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Lifetime Investment Realty Celebrates Ribbon-Cutting

Lifetime Investment Realty Celebrates Ribbon-Cutting

Lifetime Investment Realty (LIR), a family-oriented, motivated and experienced team of realtors, celebrated the company’s grand opening with an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony performed by the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce and open house. The event was held on March 28, 2019 at the LIR headquarters located at 3883 Rogers Bridge Road, Suite 401B

Club Gravity: Suwanee’s newest teen hot spot

Club Gravity is Suwanee’s newest teen hot spot where you can experience the best in party entertainment. Club Gravity offers a full DMX lit dance floor, 30-foot LED bar, unique drinks, VIP area, check-in desks, lounge area, video games, pool table, and screened TVs to meet all your party needs. Gravity can do almost any

Your CBD Store opens at Hamilton Mill

Your CBD Store Hamilton Mill is the first designated CBD boutique in North Gwinnett bringing the highest quality CBD to the area. Your CBD offers a one-of-a- kind experience with a knowledgeable staff. They offer products such as Water Soluble, Tincture, Topical Relief Cream, Edibles, Vapes, Pet Products and more. Some customers have already started

The CHAMP Clinic offers brain mapping and brain enhancement

The CHAMP Clinic is a brain mapping and brain enhancement company specializing in helping clients reach their performance goals by balancing and strengthening their brains and minds. Each client is treated by their current mental states, their life needs, and goals. The CHAMP Clinic offers three cutting- edge Neuro- technologies that give a universal brain balance,

2019 Suwanee Beer Fest Benefits Cooper’s Crew

There is more to Suwanee Beer Fest than unlimited beer and St. Paddy’s Day revelry. Each year, the festival proudly benefits a local charity organization. The 2019 event donated more than $8,000 of festival proceeds to Cooper’s Crew, a Suwanee-based nonprofit formed in memory and honor of Cooper O’Brien, a North Gwinnett Middle School student

Gwinnett Co. Department of Water Resources Wins Award for Water Research

The WateReuse Association selected a Gwinnett County Department of Water Resources project as a winner in the 2018 WateReuse Awards for Excellence under the transformational innovation category. The research project evaluated the feasibility and economics of using ozone/biological filtration treatments to produce drinking water directly from reclaimed water, compared to a more expensive reverse-osmosis process.

Theater Festival Brings Awards For Suwanee Performing Arts

Last October, The Community Arts Players of Suwanee (CAPS), a division of Suwanee Performing Arts, produced a touching production of Once on This Island, Jr. Under the inspired direction of Emily Hogan, innovative choreography by Jenna Dorece, and masterful musical direction by Teri Khan, the musical was first performed at North Gwinnett High School. CAPS

Greater Atlanta Christian School Concert Choir to Debut at Carnegie Hall

On March 23, the Concert Choir at Greater Atlanta Christian (GAC) School will travel more than 850 miles to make its first-ever appearance on New York’s legendary concert stage, Carnegie Hall, as part of MidAmerica Productions’ 36th annual concert season. The GAC School Concert Choir will play an integral part of a larger group performing

2019 Cooper O’Brien Sportsmanship and Courage Award Recipients Honored

North Gwinnett Middle School (NGMS) students Mikey Carlson and Shelby Snyder received the 2019 Cooper O’Brien Sportsmanship Award, which is awarded to athletes who demonstrate noble characteristics on and off the court. The award honors Cooper O’Brien, who lost his battle to a rare form of cancer called Clear Cell Sarcoma in 2014 after graduating

Interactive Neighborhood for Kids Reopens After Flood

Following a disastrous flood back in September, Gainesville’s Interactive Neighborhood for Kids (INK) held its grand reopening in February. Noting the hard work of the INK staff, numerous community volunteers, and professional contractors, they were able to complete the repairs and renovations as well as carefully restore favorite exhibits along with freshly designed new exhibits.

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