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Acworth Patch's Next Chapter

The new editor needs your help writing it.

Today is the start of Acworth Patch's second chapter.

And you—yes, you—can help write it.

As much as I'd like to cover every business, every school, every church, every community group and every local achievement, the truth is that I'm one person. I can't do it by myself. That's why I invite you to post announcements and press releasesupload eventsshare your photos and videos, and become a Local Voices blogger. It is free and ridiculously easy.

1. Make sure you're a registered user of acworth.patch.com. There's no charge, no catch, no gimmick. Just enter your legal first and last name, email address and password. No partial names, nicknames or aliases, please.

2. Look for the "Contribute" header at the bottom of the homepage. Under that, click on the "Announce something to everyone" or "Put an event on the calendar" links.

3. If you're interested in blogging, click on the "Start a Blog" link on the Acworth Patch homepage. You can find it under the thumbnail of the second featured story.

4. Fill in all the fields. (You can even upload photos, PDF documents, logos, videos and YouTube clips to the file.) 

5. Voila! You're done.

See. Didn't I tell you it was easy?

Get excited, Acworth! The best of this city's story is waiting to be written.

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