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Love Rolls

Love Rolls

Greater Atlanta Christian (GAC) junior, Kendall Robinson, has created a sensation by collecting toilet paper through a campaign called LOVE ROLLS. The idea was formed after she volunteered at the Atlanta Community Food Bank and a homeless man shared the information that he rationed one roll of toilet paper for an entire month. For a

Axiom Athletics Presents Personal Group Training

For years, getting into shape has been a “catch 22” for most people outside of the health and fitness industry. With America being the “fattest” country on the planet, it is safe to say that most people lack the know-how to make substantial improvements to their fitness. Pair that with the sky high prices of

Suwanee Student Recognized as All-Star Cast Member

After winning the State Championship for Georgia One-Act Play competition at the Georgia Theatre Conference, Greater Atlanta Christian School’s cast of “John Lennon and Me” traveled to Greensboro, NC to represent Georgia in the 11-state Southeastern Theatre Conference Festival. The cast performed to a packed house at Greensboro College, receiving a standing ovation. Rachel Finazzo

NAMED Program Councils Presidential Candidates

Dr. Keith Kantor, Suwanee resident and Founder of “Nutritional Addiction Mitigation Eating & Drinking” (NAMED), was called upon to brief presidential candidates on how his program can help lower relapse rates among recovering addicts and save taxpayers millions. Substance abuse and addiction recovery is a top priority for the presidential candidates this election cycle, and

Pink Ribbon Classic is #1!

The American Cancer Society nationally recognizes Suwanee’s own Pink Ribbon Classic as the #1 Ladies Golf Tournament in the US! The Pink Ribbon Classic benefits various local and national cancer initiatives of the American Cancer Society including the Patient Navigator at Gwinnett Medical Center, Hope Lodge in Decatur, and cancer patient support in Gwinnett county

City of Suwanee Youth Leaders Program Wins Top Regional Award

The Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) recently awarded the Suwanee Youth Leaders program a 2015 CREATE Community Award in the category of Educational Excellence. The Suwanee Youth Leaders (SYL) program is an eight-month leadership program for high school sophomores and juniors who attend public, private or home-based schools and live within three Gwinnett County Public School

Gwinnett County Teacher’s Book Ten Years In The Making

Gwinnett County Public Schools teacher and Suwanee resident, Mark James, publishes first book after ten years in the making. The Character ‘Cademy is a faith-based “handbook” written and designed for kids. It teaches kids about character traits in a fun, illustrative and interactive way. Readers embark on a “character ‘cademy course” with Professor Flyright as

Suwanee Father and Son Both Publish New Books

Tommy Aaron, 12-year-old Suwanee resident has written and published a nearly 300-page sci-fi fantasy novel, Magyka: The Fifth Element. Tommy was inspired by his father, Rich Aaron, who just self-published a children’s book, If I Had a Giraf-aroo, and 16-year-old brother Alex, who is working to finish up his first novel. The book took Tommy

Buford based SafeCom Security Solutions Joins The Fast 50

SD&I (Security Dealer & Integrator) Magazine recently ranked SafeCom Security Solutions, Inc. among the top 50 fastest growing security integrators in the country, with their 3-year growth at 30%. Founded in 2009 by David Fuller, the company was also voted Best of Gwinnett. According to Fuller, “At SafeCom, we pride ourselves in providing quality customer

Northeast Georgia Medical Center Braselton Celebrates First Anniversary

April 5th, 2016, marked one year since NGMC Braselton opened its doors. President Anthony Williamson shared, “We’re honored to provide advanced medical and surgical services, as well as emergency services, for the communities surrounding Greater Braselton during the past year.” The number of patients served surpassed projections, prompting provider and staff increases. Construction is underway

GA’s First Lady Visits Suwanee Elementary

Wednesday, March 2nd was the 19th annual National Education Association (NEA) Read Across America Day. NEA’s Read Across America Day celebrates Dr. Seuss’s birthday and the joys of reading. For the event, Suwanee Elementary played host to Georgia First Lady Sandra Deal who visited the school and read Dr. Seuss books to students. The year-round

La Madeleine Country French Café Opens in Buford

On March 31, La Madeleine Country French Café opened its doors at 1795 Mall of Georgia Blvd. in Buford. Known for its French cuisine handcrafted daily with fresh, seasonally inspired ingredients and comfortable, welcoming atmosphere, the Buford café features custom built tables, a large outdoor patio and private dining room, also available for special events.

Snap Suwanee Photo Contest Winners on Exhibit

The 2016 Snap Suwanee submissions illustrate the Suwanee community in a unique and beautiful way. From nature to public art; enjoying the fresh air at a festival, to taking photos from high in the air (via drone), the annual Snap Suwanee competition provides a means for participants to share images that communicate something telling about

Congratulations 2-Time Champion, Jekyll Brewing!

For the second year in a row, Jekyll Brewing of Alpharetta, GA, took home the coveted golden trophy at the Suwanee Beer Fest Brew Battle powered by DraftServ Technologies. With 10 local breweries in the lineup, including fierce contenders such as Cherry Street’s Groovy Child Guava Ale, Monday Night Brewing’s Georgian Imperial with Hazelnut and

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