elcome to our annual GPS Guide. In this issue, you can find fun for your family, learn about places to visit and gather local info on activities to help keep everyone in your family entertained with some fun and free things to do in the area. 

In addition to our guide of local attractions, Cammie Jones offers smart mom tips to entertaining kids on road trips and Meredith Flory encourages everyone to get out in nature and visit Mistletoe and Elijah Clark State Parks.

In honor of Mother’s Day, Dr. Dana Harris shares a heartwarming story of her daughter’s journey of hope and courage. And, if you are looking to pamper and indulge yourself this holiday, we highlight Molly Senn of fab’rik boutique in our Go Girl section for the best chic and trendy clothing selections in town.

Finally, I would like to thank everyone at Augusta Family for all the hard work, dedication and passion they put into our publication each month. I am honored to recognize our collective efforts as Augusta Family recently won the 2017 silver award for the category of overall writing with the Parenting Media Association. This award recognizes superior, engaging writing throughout the publication.

Once again, big thanks to our art director, Michael Rushbrook, and graphic designer, Olivia Rushbrook, for their creative use of art, design and photographs and ultimately for bringing home the 2017 silver editorial and design award for feature layout.  It’s such an exciting time in Augusta and I am thrilled to connect and engage with families in the area and offer content in our magazine that serves across all platforms.

Until June,

Renee Williams

This article appears in the May 2018 issue of Augusta Family Magazine.
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