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North Gwinnett High School defeats Alaska Eagle Eye Shooting Club

North Gwinnett High School’s Air Rifle team had a very successful 2018 season. After breaking every record the school has held in the past 15 seasons, the team went on to win the National Air Rifle League’s Distinguished Division Junior Rifle Club Conference Title. The win came after defeating the Alaska Eagle Eye Shooting Club

Skye Precious Kids, a New Metro Atlanta Nonprofit Launched by a Local Gwinnett Mom

Skye Jones, a passionate advocate for children and the needy, became acquainted with a working mom who was struggling financially while caring for a sick child. The number of hours the mom could spend working was minimal, and Jones’ heart ached for the families who were struggling to make ends meet while caring for their

Suwanee Wine Fest donates to Annandale Village

The 6th annual Suwanee Wine Fest took place on November 3rd, 2018, at Suwanee Town Center Park. Each year the festival organizers have partnered with local nonprofit, Annandale Village, as their benefiting charity. Annandale Village is a residential and nursing facility off of Satellite Boulevard in Suwanee that provides life assistance to adults with developmental

Planet Smoothie brings a Winter Wonderland to Suwanee Town Center

Migo and Meechee, from the film Smallfoot, recently brought a winter wonderland to Planet Smoothie Suwanee. Smallfoot is the story of a bright young yeti who finds something he thought didn’t exist — a human. News of this “smallfoot” throws the yeti community into an uproar over what else might be beyond their snowy village.

Light Up Gwinnett With Kindness Illuminates Community Connection

This December, Light Up Gwinnett With Kindness hopes to instill a new tradition that strengthens local communities through a visual representation of kindness. The initiative encourages local individuals, families, organizations and businesses to be more intentional when performing acts of kindness during the time period of Dec. 1-24. “I was inspired by the YouTube song

Greater Atlanta Christian School Celebrates Funder with Naming of Jesse C. Long Interchange

Gwinnett County visionary and funder of Greater Atlanta Christian School, Jesse Long (1932-2014), was honored on September 18 with the official naming of I-85 at Indian Trail Road, Exit 101, as the Jesse Long Interchange.  With a vision and love for Gwinnett County, Long broke ground on what would become the Greater Atlanta Christian School

Atlanta Flooring Design Centers celebrates expansion with ribbon cutting

Atlanta Flooring Design Centers’ corporate headquarters in Suwanee celebrated the grand opening of its newly expanded and renovated Builder Support Center at their Swiftwater Park Campus with a ribbon cutting ceremony on September 27. This 65,000-square-foot office and warehouse expansion supports their commitment to continued investment and growth in the home building industry.

Alkaline Wellness Celebrates Grand Opening

Alkaline Wellness hosts its grand opening on November 1 and will offer a one-time grand opening special pricing for the month of November. Alkaline Wellness is truly a comprehensive health center specializing in Hot Yoga, Pilates, Barre, Aerial, Kids Yoga, Prenatal- Post Partum Yoga/Pilates, Physical Therapy, Nutrition Therapy, and Functional Medicine. Founded by Dr. Connie

Lawrenceville Author Writes Book to Help Parents of Newly Diagnosed Type 1 Children

Did you know that November is National Diabetes Month? Every year an estimated 50,000 people in Georgia are diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. Lawrenceville-based author Jessica Freeman is all too familiar with this reality. Freeman was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes when she was only 3-years-old. After living with Type 1 for 25 years, Freeman

Light Up Gwinnett With Kindness Illuminates Community Connection

This December, Light Up Gwinnett With Kindness hopes to instill a new tradition that strengthens local communities through a visual representation of kindness. The initiative encourages local individuals, families, organizations, and businesses to be more intentional when performing acts of kindness during the time period of Dec. 1-24. “I was inspired by the YouTube song

North Gwinnett High School Cross Country Team Raises Money and Supplies for Discovery High School Athletes

Going into its fourth year as a Title 1 school in Lawrenceville, Discovery High School serves more than 2,600 students. The majority of those students, however, come from households with limited income and often face adversities that many other high school students don’t have to deal with. Many of these students struggle to afford the

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