City leaders, conservancy unite to celebrate greenery
by Margot Carvallo
03:06 PM, Tuesday, April 28
The Sandy Springs Conservancy celebrated its second Thought Leaders Dinner Thursday night at Villa Christina in Brookhaven. The event, hosted by retired Channel 2 news anchor and Atlanta native John Pruitt, was called Connecting the Dots, with the...

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