Moonshine in May

Sharptop Distilling Company is hosting a month of May fundraiser on behalf of NGMHC. Proceeds of bottles of Moonshine and pours sold will go to NGMHC. Please check hours before visiting. 404-448-4811. HOURS: Thursday 5-8, Friday- 5-9, Saturday 12-9. Here's the flavors! Honest Mans Friend and Protector - Corn Whiskey Moonshine Dorothy Jean's Apple Pie Moonshine Mawmaw Hamby's Peach Cobbler Moonshine Melon Moonshine Downtown Jasper, Georgia: 104 N Main Street, Suite A2, Jasper, GA, United States, Georgia Be sure to check our hours during the month of May and drop by and purchase some bottles of moonshine or a moonshine…
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HISTORY IS HIDDEN IN PLAIN SIGHT-YET SELDOM DOCUMENTED AND PRESERVED

HISTORY IS HIDDEN IN PLAIN SIGHT-YET SELDOM DOCUMENTED AND PRESERVED

Presenter: Don Wells Federal, State, Local, and some organizational groups all depend on Western Science for the correct answers about cultural history. In Western Science’s view, if you are not one of us with a PhD, your opinion is not accepted. And yet, do they know the truth? Charles C. Mann wrote the book 1491 in 1997, which remained on the best-seller list for years. His book exposed the truth about how the Western Science community had been manipulating data about cultural history to fit their opinions. His book has 58 pages of references to show the extent of his research…
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Did you know that the second largest earthen dam in Georgia is located inside of Big Canoe?

Did you know that the second largest earthen dam in Georgia is located inside of Big Canoe?

Lake Petit under construction The residents of Big Canoe probably don’t know just how fortunate they are to have the physical facilities that they’ve grown accustom to in Big Canoe. Take Lake Petit for example. If the dam and the lake had to be constructed today, it would run into the millions. Did you know that when it was constructed in 1972, it cost $800,000? The official name of the dam is Petit Cove Dam. According to the dictionary, a “cove” is defined as “a recess or small valley in the side of a mountain.” Lake Petit was named for…
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