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A Network of Hope

A Network of Hope

BY: Tana Suggs Going through a difficult situation, no matter what the plight, can leave one feeling helpless and lonely, especially when it comes to one’s health. But when there’s someone to talk with, such as a survivor, who has already faced the illness head on and knows some of the things a patient is going through, it can

Outdoor Kitchens

“Outdoor Kitchens”  BY: your friends at American Casual Living It is said that people gather where they are most comfortable, and the outdoor kitchen is fast becoming a popular gathering point for entertaining family and friends. Fortunately, living in Georgia affords us year-round enjoyment of the outdoors. Homeowners are leveraging the investment in their homes

2013 Suwanee Wine Fest Preview

Suwanee Wine Fest Town Center Park October 5th, 2013, BY: Rachel Fasig Envision taking a stroll around the beautiful Suwanee Town Center Park on a crisp fall afternoon, while sipping an oaky chardonnay or robust burgundy, listening to live bluegrass music, sharing tasting notes and savoring a variety of fruit and cheese pairings. Imagine traveling through

Is your child ready for the College Admissions Process?

Part I: Standardized Testing BY: Shereem Herndon-Brown, Director of Strategic Admissions Ad If you went to college, you probably took the SAT. Remember that test? The one where you sat for three hours on a Saturday morning with the number two pencil? Do you recall having to fill in the bubbles on the answer sheet?

Annual SBA Charity Golf Tournament a Big Success!

Here’s a little quiz for golfers and those of you who follow golf (or at least those of you who like quizzes). When is 85 a GREAT golf score? Well, the answer is when you combine 78 local (lets call them) “golfers” with seven generous local sponsors and you end with more than $6,000 raised

2013 Summer Camp Guide

Music, dance, art, sports…Whatever your child’s interest, Suwanee Magazine has a camp listing for your child! It’s that time again – time to plan where your child will spend his or her week of summer camp. Whether one week of camp or several weeks of camp are in store for your child’s summer, Suwanee Magazine’s

Noah Lomax: Taking Hollywood to the Max!

You may have seen him out and about at one of the community events at Suwanee’s Town Center Park. Or perhaps ran into him with his family at one of the local shops or restaurants in the community. You may have seen him on the small screen in television shows such as Army Wives, Mad

2012 Suwanee Get Fit Challenge: The Results

As 2012 came to an end, so did the Get Fit Suwanee Challenge. The Grand Prize winner, with the highest percentage of weight lost goes to… Michelle McShane! Congratulations Michelle! Erika Beckwith won the points challenge, with points being earned for documented workouts, blogging, group workouts, 5K’s and more. Both winners will enjoy prizes including

2012 Suwanee Holiday Shopping Guide

In the next few weeks many of us will head out to stores and shopping malls to find that special something for friends and loved ones on our gift list. Suwanee has a wide selection of shops, stores, salons and more that offers holiday shopping close to home. So why fight the crowds, jockey for

The Ultimate Suwanee Christmas Tree

With a warm fireplace ablaze, holiday carols ringing in the background, the delicious aroma of hot cinnamon and apple cider bubbling in a pot on the stove, and an evergreen tree standing in the front window, families and friends around the community will gather in their homes in the next few weeks to take part

Suwanee Holiday Traditions & Recipes

Part of the fun of the holidays is setting holiday traditions, making memories, and of course, there’s all the food! At Suwanee Magazine, we thought it might be fun to share some of those family traditions, wonderful memories and delicious recipes from Suwanee residents that will help make the holidays merry and bright! I remember

Beat the Heat!

The South is known for a lot of wonderful things. Among them include southern hospitality, sweet tea, the shade of big magnolia trees, the sweet smell of honeysuckle…and then there’s the sweltering heat and humidity during the long summer days!But just because we live in the South, doesn’t mean we have to endure the heat.

Suwanee Get Fit Update

We’ve all heard of them. We’ve all reached them at some point…I’m talking about the dreaded plateau. The months of May and June have proven to be tough for most of the “Get Fit Suwanee” contestants. There is something called “life” that seems to get in the way of making fitness a priority. With vacations,

2012 Summer Adventures

Summer is almost upon us! There is so much to see and do in the Atlanta area. Our Summer Adventure Guide highlights some hot spots you won’t want to miss. From a tour of the city by helicopter to a Wild Animal Safari to a trail ride in the beautiful North Georgia mountains, these adventures

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