Dunwoody Dispatch East -November 2018

Dunwoody Dispatch Covering Dunwoody East & Surrounding Areas • LOCAL, POSITIVE COMMUNITY NEWS H ometown N ews A tlanta Volume 3, No. 11 • NOVEMBER 2018 EAST PRICELESS ISSUE! Senior Celebrations with the Stormy Petrels Over at Oglethorpe University, the Stormy Petrels celebrated the Senior Days’ of the Men’s and Women’s Soccer Teams as well as the Women’s Volleyball team during the weekend of October 12th. The festivities began that Friday with the Men’s team honoring 7 of the 34-man roster which included: Ekow Annan, Rob Bonet, Jonathan Guy, Topher Marshall, Devon Patterson, Jake Sayer, and Adam Sole. The game took place against Conference rivals Hendrix with each senior present throughout the match. Patterson scored two goals, Sole and Bonet each had one, and Marshall earned two assists. The game concluded 6-0 in favor of the Petrels. On Sunday of that same weekend, the Women’s Soc- cer team honored 6 of the 28-man roster beginning with: Sydney Allen, Nicolette Andrey, Precious Buddington, Tabitha Floyd, and Sedaries Mathis. The Petrels unfortu- nately lost to Conference rivals Rhodes 3-0. Lastly, the Women’s Volleyball team also honored 6 of their 25-man roster featuring: Delaney Findling, Evan Furst, Lexi Grams, Haili Nelson, Santreece Stephens, and Ashlee Tolbert. The Petrels also lost to Rhodes as well 3-2. –Becki White Canstruction ATL 2Oth Annual Public Art in Midtown to Benefit Food Bank Nov. 4-16 Double-award winning public art in 2017: Best Original Design and Most Cans Used at last year’s exhibition. (Steven & Wilkinson + Whiting-Turner) Now here’s for many a “can’t miss” in the Metro no matter where one’s hometown, and definitely worth a trip to Atlantic Station, always a fun destination. It will host unique, original public exhibits, massive, intricately designed and constructed art structures, all made of cans of food. An example is shown in our headline photo and the artistic dimensions are extraordinary. And it all benefits a worthy cause: the Atlanta Community Food Bank at 732 Joseph E. Lowery Blvd. Atlanta 30318. Continued on page 11