RSVP Montgomery



APR 28th
The Waters Pet Parade & Adoption Event
Time: 9-11 am

APR 28th
TroyFest Art & Craft Festival
Time: Saturday 9am-5pm, Sunday 10am-4 pm

MAY 18th
Flirting with Disaster: The Moth in Montgomery
Time: Doors open at 7pm doors open; Stories Begin at 7:30 pm

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MARCH/APRIL 2018

In Northeast Georgia, only an hour away from Atlanta, lies a picturesque little mountain town whose people welcome you like an old, beloved friend. They welcome you to their town, their faces smiling, their arms wide open, to a destination so beautiful, so verdant, it’s as if it’s been plucked from the front of a postcard. It’s a town that’s charming and alluring, yet mysterious and surprising. It’sa town whose streets are lined with art galleries upon art galleries, whose wooded forests are sprinkled with waterfalls upon waterfalls, whose lush hillsides are teeming with vineyards upon vineyards. It’s a town full of wonder, full of life. It’s where Asheville meets Mayberry. Where the bountiful beauty of Tuscany meets the South. It’s a town like nothing else, both captivating and alluring. It’s Dahlonega.

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Take Five

MARCH/APRIL 2018

The past 10 years have brought a lot of exciting moments for our city and the RSVP team. Looking back at past issues is like going back in time, a trip down memory lane reminding us of all the fun we’ve had, progress we’ve made and the people who make putting this little magazine together worth it – YOU! Since each issue is a labor of love, itwas hard to narrow down our favorites, but we managed to do it. Here are five of our favorite issues from the past decade.

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The Girls

MARCH/APRIL 2018

It’s hard to believe we are celebrating our 10­year anniversary. It seems like just yesterday we were working on our business plan and reaching our to our advisory board for advice on getting RSVP rolling!

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Don't Ask... Doc Tells

MARCH/APRIL 2018

Medicine is defined by Webster’s dictionary as a substance or preparation used in treating disease.We are all familiar with pharmaceutical or prescription medications that have been studied intrials and approved for usage in patients.We hold fast the belief that these substances are given for the good of the patient with the intent to help prevent or alleviate some condition that may affect the well-being of ourselves, friends and loved ones.Unfortunately, even with the best intent, many prescription medications do cause harm.One doesn’t need to watch television for any extended period of time to find out that the drug created to help you may cause fatigue, diarrhea, spontaneous bleeding, erectile dysfunction, suicidal thoughts... and the list goes on and on.For many patients, even knowing there is a risk with the drug, the possible benefit is well worth it to them.We have an innate desire to avoid pain and suffering.

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Special Feature

MARCH/APRIL 2018

The smell of all­natural shampoo hits you when you walk into the lobby of Doug’s 2 Salon and Spa. The second you breathe it in, you are transported to a world of pampering, relaxation and the coveted “me time.” That’s just the experience owner and operator Doug Rice wants you to have when you enter his salon.

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Special Feature

MARCH/APRIL 2018

I know what you’re thinking, America doesn’t need one more “awareness week” to think about. And you know what? We don’t, so don’t think of this as a week. Think of this as changing the narrative, helping to take away the stigma of the disease called infertility

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Cover Story

MARCH/APRIL 2018

In 2008, The United States elected its first African­American president, Congress bailed out the big three automakers, China hosted the Summer Olympics, Heath Ledger died and a little publication called RSVP Montgomery was born. Despite the economic crash in 2008, two friends in Montgomery, Alabama, were determined to make their dreams of starting amagazine a reality.

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Special Feature

MARCH/APRIL 2018

“We believe that everyone is created in God’s image, and African American young men are definitely not anexception. We are out to prove that there is not an achievement gap as much as it is an opportunity gap. Our goal is to level the playing field by exposing our young men to as much as possible in a highly-rigorous academic setting.” These words by Anthony Brock, principal and co-founder of Valiant Cross Academy, capture the dream that came alive for Brock and his brother, Fred, when they founded the academy in 2015 with the goal to educate and shape the lives of young men in Montgomery.

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