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Suwanee Park Tavern Welcomes New Chefs and GM

Suwanee Park Tavern Welcomes New Chefs and GM

Suwanee Park Tavern has welcomed Executive Chef T, Sous Chef JR, and General Manager Jernard Wells to their team. According to the restaurant owners, the level of talent of their chefs and the focus on the people and their experience is what sets their restaurant apart. The environment will be more family-friendly and ideal for

25th Annual Hope Fashion Show

The American Cancer Society’s 25th Annual Hope Fashion Show, hosted by the Women’s Cancer Council, will take place at the Ritz-Carlton, Buckhead on Monday, April 25, 2016 at 9:30AM. The event will include a fabulous lunch, fashions by Belk at Phipps Plaza with cancer survivor models and professional models, and a huge silent auction. There

Local Foundation Donates Over $20,000 in Money and Supplies to Support Autism Programs and Animal Rescue

Jonny & Xena’s Spread the Words Foundation raised more than $20,000 at the inaugural 5k/Fun Run at Suwanee Town Center Park in October, 2015. The race had over 500 participants including groups of virtual runners representing all 50 states and many countries including Australia, Canada, Switzerland, Korea, Spain, Hong Kong, Mexico, Japan, United Arab Emirates

City of Suwanee Festivals Win 2016 Kaleidoscope Awards

Big Cheesy, a brand new City of Suwanee event in 2015 as well as Suwanee Fest, one of the longest–standing events, each took home prestigious Kaleidoscope Awards from the Southeast Festivals and Events Association’s Annual Conference in Charleston, South Carolina on January 26th, 2016. Suwanee’s Big Cheesy won first place in the ‘Best New Event

Friendship Automotive Embraces Suwanees Art Initiative

In front of Friendship Complete Automotive Care stands four-year-old, Rusty, handcrafted by one of the shop’s technicians, Josh Jackson. Josh has over six years of experience working on all types of automobiles, while particularly enjoying engine restoration. Visualizing the potential of the extra used parts around the shop, he constructed Rusty using rotors, axles, lower

Sixth Annual ‘Ansley’s Easter’ at Friends American Grill Dacula

6-year-old, Braden Boozer is a courageous boy battling Neuroblastoma, a form of childhood cancer, for the second time. The Sixth Annual ‘Ansley’s Easter’ at Friends American Grill Dacula Raises Money to Help ‘Braden’s Fight’ On Easter Sunday, Friends American Grill in Dacula invites the public to a free Easter Buffet. All donations and proceeds will benefit

The Cooper O’Brien Sportsmanship and Courage Award

L to R: Kevin and Parker O’Brien, Trinity Fields, Logan Caymol and Donna O’Brien The Copper O’Brien Sportsmanship and Courage Award was created in memory of North Gwinnett Middle School student and basketball player, Cooper O’Brien, who lost his battle to a rare form of cancer called Clear Cell Sarcoma, on July 5th, 2014 at

Abby Wilkerson joins City of Suwanee as Public Information Officer

Abby Wilkerson has taken on the responsibility of managing and implementing the City of Suwanee’s overall communications strategies, including: branding, imaging and messaging efforts. Formerly the Senior Marketing and Communications Manager, she was in charge of managing all Chamber communications for the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce. Her experience makes her a great asset and addition to our community. Wilkerson is a graduate of The University of Georgia and holds a Bachelor¹s Degree in Public Relations.

Hundreds of North Gwinnett Students pack over 100,000 meals

On Saturday, November 14th, 2015, over 550 student volunteers from North Gwinnett High School flooded into the school gym to package over 100,000 meals in two hours. Partnered with the nonprofit Feed My Starving Children, the school kicked off this years holiday season by sending enough meals for a year for 302 children to impoverished areas throughout 70 countries.

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