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Ground-Breaking Book Written by Suwanee Resident

Ground-Breaking Book Written by Suwanee Resident

Ground-Breaking Book Written by Suwanee Resident

Taming Idiopathic Toe Walking is a ground breaking new book that provides a non-invasive, efficient and effective treatment strategy for children and adolescents who display atypical toe walking. Written by renowned Occupational Therapist, Ileana S. McCaigue, OTR/L, the book serves as a definitive manual for children and adolescents who display atypical toe walking behaviors. Idiopathic

NSDAR recognition Vickie Johnson

Local Artist Receives Women in the Arts Recognition Award

The Suwanee Creek Chapter of the National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR) presented the Women in the Arts Recognition Award to Vickie Johnson, President Emeritus of the North Gwinnett Arts Association. The purpose of the Women in the Arts Recognition Award is to recognize and honor a woman who has made significant

Reeves Young Contracting Ribbon Cutting

Construction Firm Reeves Young Celebrates 65th Anniversary with Ribbon Cutting for New Office Complex in Sugar Hill

On November 3rd, Reeves Young, a commercial construction firm, held a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the company’s 65th Anniversary and occupancy of their new 50,000 SF facility. Initially Reeves Young planned to lease out half of the facility, but the firm has been growing rapidly and will occupy the entire two story building. Since

Greater Atlanta Christian School Earns Recognition as an Apple Distinguished School

Greater Atlanta Christian (GAC) School in Norcross has again been recognized as an Apple Distinguished School for 2017-2019. The school has been recognized every year since 2010 for its transformative integration of technology for students’ benefit. Apple recently said, “We believe Apple Distinguished Schools are some of the most innovative schools in the world. They

Think you have the cutest pup in Suwanee?

The annual Suwanee Magazine Cutest Pup returns! The winning pup will win a variety of amazing prizes to primp, spoil, feed and beautify your pup PLUS a feature in the 2018 March/April issue of Suwanee Magazine. Submit your photo and entry from January 8th – 22nd. Then tell all your family and friends to vote

Cinco After Five Grand Reopening

Cinco Celebrates Grand Re-Opening of After Five

After Five at Cinco Mexican Cantina hosted a grand re-opening celebration from July 7th-9th. They debuted a brand new tapas menu, new specialty drinks, new staff and live entertainment with popular, local acoustic and rock artist, James Patrick Morgan. After Five is an upscale, 21 and over, tapas and cocktail bar directly adjacent to Cinco

Suwanee Magazine Tours New Mercedes-Benz Stadium

In August, our staff at Suwanee Magazine had the opportunity to tour the new Mercedes -Benz Stadium before it opened to the public. In addition to being home of the Falcons and Atlanta United, some of the upcoming events the stadium will host include Chickfil- A kick off games FSU vs. Alabama and Georgia Tech

North Gwinnett Arts Association Awards Scholarships

North Gwinnett Arts Association Awards Scholarships

The North Gwinnett Arts Association (NGAA) presented the Rosemary Benavides Williams scholarship checks to recipients Abigail Robertson and Kaylee Boyd on Thursday, August 17th at the NGAA Center for the Arts. The students shared how they became interested in art and why it is important to them. The scholarship is awarded to high school seniors

Solis Town Center Project Breaks Ground

Solis Town Center Project Breaks Ground

The City of Suwanee Downtown Development Authority, along with developer Terwilliger Pappas and Carlyle Realty Partners, hosted a groundbreaking ceremony on Tuesday, June 27th for Solis Town Center, a 240-unit mixed-use apartment development situated adjacent to Suwanee Town Center. Set on six acres, the property will also feature 12,000 square feet of retail and restaurant

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