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Lauren Frady, left, and Brandon Akins help their 2-year-old, Brentley, with an ice cream cone Saturday during Taste of Forsyth at the Cumming Fairgrounds.

by Crystal Ledford
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Iana Zeliski, left, gives daughter Julia, center, a bite of ice cream as older sister, Victoria, looks away during the Taste of Forsyth on Saturday at the Cumming Fairgrounds.

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Crowds gather at the annual Taste of Forsyth.

by Crystal Leford
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Nancy Amestoy, owner of the farm, stands with Sherpa and guest Bev Lum-Chow at a Cherokee medicine wheel on the farm.

by Alyssa LaRenzie
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Tenzin Lama Sherpa, a Tibetan Buddhist monk, lights incense at NaMestoy Farm, a local retreat and meditation nonprofit center. From Nepal, the reiki healer is staying at NaMestoy Farm for about a month.

by Alyssa LaRenzie
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South Forsyth High culinary instructor Dawn Martin, left, laughs with Caitlyn Reeves as they judge brownies during a competition in January. The program at South recently has received attention as students placed in the top three at two state events.

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Charlie Polk, 11, still has scars on his legs from where he crawled out of a crashed Jeep to get help for his mom who was driving.

by Alyssa LaRenzie
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South Forsyth catcher Nate Smith tags out West Forsyth’s Reed Johnston at home plate on Wednesday at War Eagle Field. Smith drove in three runs in the War Eagles’ 5-3 win.

by Jared Putnam
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South Forsyth right fielder Michael Strait makes a catch as West Forsyth's Alex DeCubellis stops midway between first and second base on Wednesday at War Eagle Field.

by Jared Putnam
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Lambert first baseman Ian Kimbrell tags out West Forsyth’s Alec Wilson as he dives for first base on Friday at the Longhorns’ field.

by Jared Putnam