Back when I was working on the Labor Day in May project for my company, I did some research on my own neighborhood, in which my small team would be doing a fence-building project. I knew a few things about the history of East Lake, but what I learned made me proud to be a resident, even though I didn't do a single thing to make the neighborhood what it is now, except buy a house in it. Which I suppose, one could argue, is a contribution in itself. Here's the little post I wrote about East Lake back then.
And here's the glowing story from last Sunday's AJC about Kate and Sarah's school, Drew Charter School. It makes up for a lot of the incredibly poor communication we endure there.