Celebrating the birth of Chiropractic and Dr Katie Beech.

drkatieinviteOn September 18, 1895 chiropractic was founded and many years later on that same day, Dr. Katie Beech was born. Join us as we celebrate on Wednesday, Sept 18 day with a gift for you, your family, and friends! Please feel free to post the attached file in your office or on Facebook! All are welcome to take advantage of this ONE DAY ONLY special!

A new patient setup including consult, exam, & x-rays will be $18.95 ($150 value)! There are limited new patient appointments so please call soon to take advantage of this special! For current patients, all adjustments with me will be $19.83 for September 18th ONLY! When scheduling your appointment, mention the birthday special to receive this one time special! We look forward to you joining us to celebrate chiropractic and my birthday.

For more information call Dr. Katie at 770-429-9733.  Dr. Katie practices at Eaton Chiropractic in downtown Kennesaw.

Four ex-governors, a widow, and Bill Shipp by Jim Galloway

jimgallowayAugust 14, 2013 Atlanta Journal-Constitution – Political Insider

Four ex-governors, a widow, and Bill Shipp

Jim Galloway reports that as social affairs go, nothing draws a crowd like a funeral or a good hanging. Bill Shipp’s 80th birthday party was a little of both, and so was exceptionally well-attended on Tuesday. In the basement of a Smyrna bank, four former governors of Georgia, whose terms stretched from the early ‘60s to this new century, gathered to pay homage to the political columnist they loved to hate – and the man who chronicled much of their own careers. The magnitude of the crowd was startling. Max Cleland, the former U.S. senator, was there. Harris Hines, the new chief justice of the Georgia Supreme Court, gave the opening prayer.

Read the rest of the article at Atlanta Journal-Constitution – Political Insider.