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Finding a certified, experienced locksmith is no easy task. Sure, dozens of companies out there will dispatch an indifferent “technician” that offers “quick” solutions when you lose your keys. But when it comes to protecting your home and your business, cheap locks and part-time contractors just won’t cut it. Arrowhead Lock & Safe stands out as the most trusted name in security solutions and products in Georgia in an industry known for poor service and mediocre locksmiths.

Established in 1973, Arrowhead Lock & Safe is a locally owned locksmith and control access firm. Having protected homeowners and business professionals in metro Acworth for decades, we have built our reputation on exemplary service and the highest quality security products available. Unlike other locksmith companies, we carry all of the major brands that you know and trust to protect your family and your business, including:

  • Medeco
  • Arrow
  • Schlage
  • Keymark
  • Kwikset
  • Mul-T-Lock,
  • Sargent
  • Baldwin
Your Trusted Source for Commercial and Residential Locksmiths in Acworth

As a comprehensive locksmith repair center and dealer, we also own an on-site lock shop to serve our clients better. That way, we can assist with your day-to-day needs like re-keying, cutting keys, and repairing locks. So whether you’re looking for a brand-new security platform for your business or simply need a new set of keys for your storage unit, we are here to help. Our goal is to exceed your expectations with every service we offer.

Here are just a few reasons why customers choose Arrowhead Lock & Safe:

  • Our residential and commercial locksmiths in Acworth are bonded, licensed, insured, and ready to work hard.
  • Every professional locksmith is vetted via interviews and background checks.
  • We offer a wide range of locksmith services, from simple fixes to multi-step security system installations.
  • We carry a huge stock of premium, name-brand security hardware.
  • Our prices are affordable, and our quotes are 100% free of charge.
  • We aim to go the extra mile for ALL of our customers. It’s just the way we do business!
Here are just a few reasons why customers choose Arrowhead Lock & Safe
Residential Locksmith Services: Keeping Your Home and Family Safe

Residential Locksmith Services: Keeping Your Home and Family Safe

Though home appraisers may disagree, the value of your home isn’t defined by the four walls and roofs that cover a property. The real value of your home lies within those walls where your family eats, sleeps, and plays. When it comes to the safety of your family and the security of your valuables, having quality locks installed on your home is paramount. When your home has lackluster locks and minimal protection, the things that you hold closest to your heart are at risk.

That is why having a dependable residential locksmith in Acworth is so important – to ensure that your home is protected and that your family is safe from intruders. When you have problems with the locks on your home, you need a solution quickly. When you call Arrowhead Lock & Safe, know that our locksmiths will work efficiently and tirelessly until your home is secure. Whether your home’s locks need to be repaired or you need to consult with us about an integrated security system, our skilled locksmiths are available when you need them the most.

We offer a variety of residential locksmith services to preserve your peace of mind seven days a week, 365 days a year:

Re-Keying Services

Re-Keying Services

Does your home have a complicated lock setup that requires you to use different keys for different doors? Perhaps a former babysitter still has a key to your home. Whatever your reasons, our team of seasoned locksmiths will come to your home, re-key your locks in an efficient manner, and leave you feeling more secure in your house.

New Lock Installation

New Lock Installation

Your home is only as safe as the locks that you have on your doors. As your locks age or when you are the victim of a security threat, you may feel that it’s time to install new locks on the doors of your home. This can be long, laborious, and complicated for the average homeowner. For that reason, many clients trust Arrowhead Lock & Safe to handle the hard work for them. When you arrange for new lock installation, one of our experienced residential locksmiths will come to your home and install new locks on your doors. Once we’re done, we’ll make sure your family has enough keys to open your new locks.

High-Security Lock Installation

High-Security Lock Installation

If you are a homeowner who has experienced a break-in or want to take additional steps to secure your assets, high-security locks are a great solution. We offer a wide variety of locks from a plethora of major brands. We are fully equipped to meet your needs, whether you’re interested in more traditional lock systems with high key differs or pry resistant lock technology.

Access Control System Installation

Access Control System Installation

If you feel like you need an extra layer security and want to make sure that only certain individuals have access to your home, an access control system is a great solution to your problem. Whether you are interested in electronic or magnetic locks or have been looking to install a password-protected system, our team of experts can help. Contact our office today for a free consultation to learn more about your access control system options in Georgia.

Commercial Locksmith Services: Protecting Your Customers and Your Business

If you are a business owner in Georgia, you have the weighty responsibility of protecting your patrons and securing your businesses’ assets. The most common way for entrepreneurs to keep their business safe is by having a commercial locksmith in Acworth install quality, reliable locks on every entry point of your storefront. But, unfortunately, many business owners take the least amount of effort necessary when it comes to protecting their business.

Whether you own several franchise locations or have a single storefront, it only takes one break-in to make you realize the importance of installing high-quality locks for your commercial property. Sadly, at that point, it’s too late – your ability to provide for your family and pay your bills has been compromised. For that reason alone, it’s always better to be proactive about your businesses’ security rather than reactive.

At Arrowhead Lock & Safe, our commercial door lock services are designed to ensure that your assets and your customers are protecting 24-hours a day, seven days a week. We will always take the time to walk you through your options, explaining the pros and cons of each security solution so that you can make an informed decision. With a wide range of security offerings and a reliable team of commercial locksmith experts on your side, choosing the right security setup is easy, efficient, and affordable.

Commercial Locksmith Services: Protecting Your Customers and Your Business

Here are just a few of the commercial services we offer, all set up and installed by a certified, highly-trained commercial locksmith in Acworth:

Commercial Door Locks

Commercial Door Locks

Installing high-quality door locks for your business is one of the best ways to protect your assets and your commercial property. At Arrowhead Lock & Safe, we offer many commercial door lock options from the best brands in our industry. From reliable maintenance service on your current Grade 3 locks to new Grade 1 commercial door lock installation, our team of commercial locksmiths is ready to help.

Commercial Door Lock Repair

Commercial Door Lock Repair

If your businesses’ locks are old and need proper maintenance or corrective repair services, it’s always best to work with a team of experts. From re-keying services to fixing stuck or broken locks, our commercial locksmiths are only a phone call away.

Alarm Systems

Alarm Systems

Commercial alarms for businesses are more complex than their residential relatives, and for a good reason. Our cutting-edge alarm systems are great for preventing and interrupting break-ins, notifying the authorities, and act as an important addition to any business that wants enhanced security.

Security Cameras

Security Cameras

A commercial-grade CCTV system installed by Arrowhead Lock & Safe allows you to monitor all activities that take place under your businesses’ roof. Having security cameras installed around your business gives you added peace of mind and evidence for the police if a break-in occurs. Having visible security cameras can also help deter criminals and prevent suspicious activity from ever taking place. With remote monitoring capability on your smart device, you can check in on your storefront any time of the night or day, from just about any location.

Access Control Systems

Access Control Systems

Having the ability to control every one of your businesses’ locks is a proactive, cost-efficient way to protect your customers and your assets. With a commercial-grade control access system from Arrowhead Lock & Safe, business owners can easily restrict certain areas within their store, prevent physical key duplication, record entry history, and even simplify employee turnover.

ANSI Door Lock Grades Explained

ANSI Door Lock Grades Explained

The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) grading system was developed years ago to standardize a testing procedure to measure the durability and strength of a door lock. This grading system applies to both residential and commercial door locks. Composed of three different grades, the ANSI grading system gives homeowners and business owners a good idea of lock quality and reliability. ANSI examines six different qualities to determine a lock’s grade:

  • Strength Cycles – How many uses a lock can withstand before a replacement lock is needed)
  • Operational – This refers to a door’s ability to latch when it is closed
  • Security – The effectiveness of the lock’s security
  • Material – What kind of material is the lock made of?
  • Finish – Satin, nickel-plated, bronze, etc.

Grade 1 Locks

These locks offer the highest level of security and are most often used by institutions like hospitals, schools, and even museums. These locks also have the highest life expectancy, though they can be much more complex and require an expert residential or commercial locksmith in cityname to install. In today’s day and age, many more homeowners are opting for Grade 1 locks (like electronic locks) for the most peace of mind. This classification of lock must hold up against 800,000 cycles, six door strikes and a 360-pound weight test.

Grade 2 Locks

These locks are great for residential areas with more foot traffic, like a door that leads to an apartment complex or suite of rooms. These locks can also suffice for small businesses that need a higher level of security than Grade 3 locks. Use these locks when you want to secure access to areas with valuable equipment or sensitive documents. This classification of lock requires 400,000 cycles, four door strikes, and a 250-pound weight test.

Grade 3 Locks

This grade of lock is best suited for residential purposes and is considered standard door hardware. This kind of lock is the least expensive and should never be used in a high-traffic area like a lobby or storefront. However, these locks would be suitable for areas without much foot traffic like storage closets or areas without expensive merchandise. Because these locks are easiest to bypass, consider upgrading your Grade 3 locks with anti-bump and anti-pick technology. This classification of lock requires 200,000 lock cycles, two door strikes, and a 150-pound weight test.

Protect Your Home or Business Today

A famous animator and movie director once said: “The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.” This quote rings especially true when it comes to protecting your home or business with the best security solutions in Georgia. If you’re worried about the safety of your family or the wealth that you have worked so hard to create, contact our office today at 404-351-4331 for a free consultation. When you trust Arrowhead Lock & Safe, you can rest easy knowing your most precious belongings are safe and secure.

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Latest News in Acworth

‘Just horrible’: Families of senior citizens kicked to the curb outraged at facility’s abrupt closing

ACWORTH, Ga. - The families of 27 elderly residents are furious after they were told they must leave their assisted living facility with about 72 hours' notice. Tranquil Gardens senior care facility in Acworth told them they had to be out by noon Friday, leaving their loved ones scrambling."It’s just horrible," said Vanessa Johnson, whos...

ACWORTH, Ga. - The families of 27 elderly residents are furious after they were told they must leave their assisted living facility with about 72 hours' notice. Tranquil Gardens senior care facility in Acworth told them they had to be out by noon Friday, leaving their loved ones scrambling.

"It’s just horrible," said Vanessa Johnson, whose mother and brother lived at the facility up until Friday morning.

As her mother sat in her wheelchair in the scorching hot parking lot of the facility as they were moving out, she began crying. Her former caretaker tried to comfort her.

"She’s terrified right now and this is so unnecessary and this is so abusive," Johnson said. "They said that everybody was being evicted and that the staff is not going to get paid and we just have to leave."

Tiffany Echols, the now-former executive director of the facility, said the whole staff – even she – was blindsided by the news.

"I’ve grown to love the residents, I’ve come to love the families. It’s heartbreaking," Echols said. "We want to know where our paychecks are, we want to know why you put our residents on the street."

While Echols blames the owners, the owners said economic factors forced them to close.

"Unfortunately, we have been faced with several unforeseen challenges that in the end proved to be catastrophic. A yearlong shut down

due to Covid was something that we were unable to recover from as a new business," said Janice Stewart, the owner of the property, in a statement emailed to Fox 5. We know that emotions are high when family is involved, and we hope that in time people will be able to see past the false allegations being made and know that we are truly devastated to close our doors and say goodbye to all of our residents."

Echols, who said she helped manage the facility’s finances, does not buy it.

"They just accepted all of these people's rent money so how are you going under?" she said. "Nobody here is ever late with the rent, these residents pay their rent on time every month because I received the rent checks."

Echols said she was escorted from the property Friday morning by law enforcement.

Mervlyn Pringle, a caretaker at the facility who immigrated from Jamaica, said she was baffled by the abrupt nature of the closure.

"I love the residents so much, and they are so nice," she said. " I am from Jamaica and this is the worst thing I’ve ever experienced in my life."

Some family members of the residents say they are considering legal action against the owners.

One staffer told Fox 5 that all 27 residents were able to move to other facilities or with family members.

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Cobb County Government: Board Approves Incentives To Help E911 Center

Board Approves Incentives to Help E911 Center, Acworth.November 11, 2021Board Approves Incentives to Help E911 CenterThe Department of Emergency Communications (E911) is facing a substantial recruitment and retention crisis. As of the date, the department has 29 vacancies. On top of the staffing shortage, the department is also severely understaffed by an additional 44 positions. This equates to a total of 73 open positions. These challenging times result in numerous hours of overtime, increased sick leave usage, stres...

Board Approves Incentives to Help E911 Center, Acworth.

November 11, 2021

Board Approves Incentives to Help E911 Center

The Department of Emergency Communications (E911) is facing a substantial recruitment and retention crisis. As of the date, the department has 29 vacancies. On top of the staffing shortage, the department is also severely understaffed by an additional 44 positions. This equates to a total of 73 open positions. These challenging times result in numerous hours of overtime, increased sick leave usage, stress, and burnout, and repeated denial of annual leave. From January 2, 2021 – September 29, 2021, thirteen employees were hired, twenty-three employees separated service, and 6,465 sick leave hours were used. Two incentives are being requested for hiring and retaining E911 employees.

"Stay" Incentive: The "stay" incentive would be a non-cumulative payment to be distributed, in accordance with County Compensation Policy Section J, to the employees assigned to the Department of Emergency Communications. The 'stay' incentive, in the amount of $2,500.00, is to address a critical retention crisis and shall be paid out in multiple payments over a 10-12-month period.

As part of the recruitment package, E911 recruitment would like to offer a one-time signing incentive for the Emergency Communications Officer (ECO) candidate to provide a more competitive recruitment tool to generate greater interest in the County's open ECO positions. The hiring incentive is $1,500.00 for non-POST certified Emergency Communications Officers and $2,000.00 for POST-certified Emergency Communications Officers. Although the signing incentive is dependent on the number of new hires, successful completion of training, and any circumstances that result in separation within the allotted time frame.

The signing incentive will continue for hiring purposes.

The Department of Emergency Communications is in a critical staffing crisis. Under normal conditions, the employees are subjected to an extreme amount of stress from the sheer critical nature of the work performed, and high standards. Recognizing their resiliency and commitment is a profound declaration that we can provide on behalf of the County as a token of gratitude, while also serving as a significant retention statement.

Department of Emergency Communications Director, Melissa Alterio, states, "Recruitment and hiring is a crisis that 911 Centers face across the Country. Here in Cobb County, we recognize the challenges of hiring, however, we must also remain focused on the employees that we currently have. They are the ones who are working long hours, constantly showing up on their off days, going above and beyond to serve our citizens and emergency responders. We value and appreciate each employee; the stay incentive is a small token of that appreciation with the message that retention is just as important, if not more so than recruitment."

Incentives were voted on and approved by the Board of Commissioners on November 9, 2021.

This press release was produced by the Cobb County Government. The views expressed here are the author's own.

Pumpkin Availability In Acworth Area For 2021

Georgia doesn't have as many pumpkin patches as other states, but there are still plenty of places to buy them.ACWORTH, GA — It's the time of year to think about picking up a pumpkin or two near Acworth, whether your search for the best takes you to patches and fields or your local grocery store.In some areas, however, experts fear that heavy summer rains could have increased the likelihood of a blight that affects many vegetables including pumpkins, dampening the outlook for the pumpkin crop this fall.Georgia ra...

Georgia doesn't have as many pumpkin patches as other states, but there are still plenty of places to buy them.

ACWORTH, GA — It's the time of year to think about picking up a pumpkin or two near Acworth, whether your search for the best takes you to patches and fields or your local grocery store.

In some areas, however, experts fear that heavy summer rains could have increased the likelihood of a blight that affects many vegetables including pumpkins, dampening the outlook for the pumpkin crop this fall.

Georgia ranks 46th in the United States for the number of pumpkin acres harvested, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture census. About 74 acres were harvested in 2017, which is the most recent complete data from the USDA.

The USDA says six states — Illinois, California, Indiana, Michigan, Virginia and Texas — are responsible for 40 percent of pumpkin acres harvested. Together, they average between 4,700 and 5,600 acres of pumpkins a year, according to the USDA.

More recently, Illinois tops the list of pumpkin-producing states, harvesting about 10,900 acres in 2019. The other states among the top six have all averaged between 4,700 and 5,600 acres per year.

Four other states — Wisconsin, Ohio, New York and Pennsylvania — account for another 20 percent of the pumpkins harvested in the country, meaning the top 10 pumpkin-producing states provide more than 60 percent of the country's pumpkin output.

Blight concerns

Phytophthora blight is a fungus that showed up earlier than usual in the states that produce the most pumpkins, Mohammad Babadoost, a professor of plant pathology at the University of Illinois, told Harvest Public Media in July.

Heavy rains in late June and early July caused the fungus to show up earlier than anticipated in Morton, Illinois, a village that produces more than 90 percent of the world's canned pumpkin.

"After the middle of August, or close to the end of the season in September or so, it's not so bad," Babadoost said. "But this year, in the first week of July, is too much."

It's not yet known whether the fungus will lower the numbers of pumpkins produced in 2021. But Babadoost told Patch in an email statement he is "still observing some Phytophthora infection on pumpkins and other cucurbits (gourd plants)."

Editor's note: This post was automatically generated using data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture census. Please report any errors or other feedback to content@patch.com.

Residents, staff of Acworth assisted living facility blindsided by verbal eviction notice

ACWORTH, Ga. - Tranquil Gardens Assisted Living Facility's staff, residents, and their family members are in disbelief after learning the facility will be permanently closing its doors at the end of the week.Staff and residents tell FOX 5 they were given a "verbal eviction notice" on Tuesday. They were told the property was being foreclosed on."I never thought these people would do this to these residents. There is no name for what they've done to us. Uprooting my mom at 99," said Nellie Gar...

ACWORTH, Ga. - Tranquil Gardens Assisted Living Facility's staff, residents, and their family members are in disbelief after learning the facility will be permanently closing its doors at the end of the week.

Staff and residents tell FOX 5 they were given a "verbal eviction notice" on Tuesday. They were told the property was being foreclosed on.

"I never thought these people would do this to these residents. There is no name for what they've done to us. Uprooting my mom at 99," said Nellie Garcia.

Jon Fisher is a resident who has been at the facility for about two months. His family was able to find him a new assisted living facility nearby to move into.

Fisher said he was initially angry when he heard the news.

"I can't believe they did not know about this before this week," he said.

Will Riggs said he just moved his father into the facility a couple of months ago. He said he's received no communication from the owners.

"No one is trying to get our money back. We've just put in about $3,500 in this place in the last two months. There's no notice of what's going on," Riggs said.

He said his father will need to undergo medical evaluations before being admitted into a new facility and they are unable to get that done by the end of the week.

Ken Byers's mother was one of the first residents at the facility when it opened its doors.

The 87-year-old recently had surgery and is a part of the memory care program.

"Mom's been here two and half years and tonight will be her last," Byer said.

He, along with other family members, are now scrambling to find their loved ones a new place to stay.

"Janice and Brian Steward, the owners of this property. They've failed us in a big way," Byer said.

Not only are residents and families unsure of the future., so are the staff members, like executive director Tiffany Echols.

"It's so inhumane. How do you do your elderly that way? How do you do your staff that way?" Echols asked.

She was emotional as she recalled her time at the facility. She said her biggest concern is making sure all of the residents have a place they can go when Friday comes.

She's now trying to figure out how to say goodbye to a place filled with people she's called family for the last two and half years.

"I have my staff here that will stick it out with me until Friday. We don't know if we'll get paid but we're going to stick it out for the love of our residents," Echols said.

She said the owners stopped by briefly on Tuesday.

Because some staff members left after getting the news, staff from nearby assisted living facilities are showing up to help with things like food, care, and finding residents new places to stay.

FOX 5 did reach out to the owners but did not head back.

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Acworth assisted living home closes doors with little warning: Residents forced out

Residents and their families were struggling to move out of an assisted living home Friday morning after receiving just three days’ notice that the center would be closing at noon.Tranquil Gardens Assisted Living and Memory Care facility in Acworth abruptly announced it was closing its doors this week, giving residents and their families less than 72 hours to make other arrangements for the 27 residents, including some who require memory care.“It’s been hell. It’s been a tragedy. It’s been sad,&rdq...

Residents and their families were struggling to move out of an assisted living home Friday morning after receiving just three days’ notice that the center would be closing at noon.

Tranquil Gardens Assisted Living and Memory Care facility in Acworth abruptly announced it was closing its doors this week, giving residents and their families less than 72 hours to make other arrangements for the 27 residents, including some who require memory care.

“It’s been hell. It’s been a tragedy. It’s been sad,” said Cynthia Roach, a medical technician at Tranquil Gardens for the past year. She stood outside with other staff members helping the last residents leave. “It’s just heartbreaking.”

The financial struggles brought on by the pandemic have struck hard at facilities like Tranquil Gardens, whose owners said the business was unable to recover.

Tiffany Echols, the Executive Director at Tranquil Gardens, said the co-owner, Brian Stewart, called her Tuesday morning to tell her the facility was being foreclosed and all the residents had to be out by noon Friday.

Staff members began calling residents to break the shocking news Tuesday afternoon. That set off a mad scramble as families struggled to find new care facilities for their elderly relatives.

Elizabeth Diskin, an 86-year-old resident, said the owners raised her rent $500 this month and she paid it last week. Now she’s forced to pay moving expenses and costs to move into a new assisted living facility.

“He didn’t have the guts to tell the people,” Diskin said of Stewart. “He told one of the workers to inform us that we had to be out by Friday.”

Moving trucks lined the parking lot and weary family members could be seen loading TVs, bedroom dressers and other furniture onto the cargo beds.

Larry Robertson spent the morning carrying his 90-year-old aunt’s belongings out. She suffers from severe dementia and Robertson worried that the abrupt displacement would cause her to deteriorate.

“She’s gotten used to the routine here and now she’s going into a new place, which I feel quite certain is going to put her on a downward spiral,” he said. “I think it’s going to be taking some months off her life.”

Many of the 28 staff members lingered outside in the parking lot Friday morning as the deadline approached for the residents to leave. Several said they hadn’t been paid in three weeks. and didn’t expect to be paid for their efforts this week. Despite that, many continued showing up to help the displaced residents.

But Stewart had Cherokee County sheriff’s deputies kick most of the staff members out of the building Thursday, according to Roach.

“I’ve been in healthcare for 27 years. I’ve never experienced anything like this,” she said. “He has no answers for us.”

Owners were not available for comment Friday. Brian Stewart’s mother, Janice, the other co-owner of the property, on Thursday released a statement to Channel 2 Action news that read in part: “Tranquil Gardens was truly a product of passion and the Stewart families first and foremost concern has always been the care for the elderly. Unfortunately, we have been faced with several unforeseen challenges that in the end proved to be catastrophic. A yearlong shut down due to COVID was something that we were unable to recover from as a new business.”

The Department of Community Health indicates the home has 78 licensed beds. However, a June report from DCH on COVID-19 showed the home had only 33 residents, an indicator that it was less than half full.

A recent report revealed that Atlanta’s senior housing and assisted living facilities have been among the nation’s hardest hit by the pandemic. The National Investment Center for Seniors Housing and Care (NIC) reported earlier this month that among the 31 largest markets, assisted living and memory care facilities like Tranquil Gardens rank 20th in occupancy rate at 73.1%. They still lag the national average by more than 2 percentage points.

Echols sat outside the facility late Friday morning saying final goodbyes to departing residents and fellow staff members. She said she’s been working with the Georgia Department of Community Health and the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office to investigate exactly what happened.

“I never imagined that you could just put seniors out on the street like this,” she said. “This is very illegal. These people just gave you all their rent money on July 1.”

Under state law, the Department of Community Health requires a minimum of 60 days’ written notice to the department and all residents of any impending bankruptcy or eviction that could force residents to relocate from a facility. Department officials said Friday they had not received a notice from Tranquil Gardens and that the department is investigating.

Two investigators from DCH, which oversees conditions at the state’s assisted care facilities, were on the premises at Tranquil Gardens on Friday. The state investigators declined to comment when approached by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

“You’re not just closing down your grocery store,” said Nikki Windsor, Tranquil Gardens’ former executive director. “These are people’s lives in your hands. People that don’t have many years left.”

It wouldn’t be the first time in the past year that Georgia officials have investigated Tranquil Gardens. Records show the Department of Community Health cited the facility in February for failing to provide a resident their prescribed medications for Parkinson’s and diabetes.

In December, the assisted living facility was cited for failing to treat a memory care patient with kindness and respect, according to a complaint. Video from that investigation showed a staff worker handling the confused patient in a rough manner while removing them from a room.

Five Dreams Management LLC, the Acworth company that owns Tranquil Gardens, received a $118,500 Paycheck Protection Program loan from the federal government last year.

Staff writer Brad Schrade contributed to this report

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