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Celebrating Ninety Years of Beauty

Their first meeting was held in 1929 after Mrs. J.H. “Susie” McGee placed a notice in the Gwinnett Journal. The notice served as an invitation to the very first Garden Club meeting held on March 15 at 3:30 p.m at the McGee residence. And soon enough, women from all over the county began flocking to these meetings, usually held at one of their homes.
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April Means Maternal and Child Health Month for Rotary

In much of the world, malnutrition is a concern for children due to extreme poverty. Rotarians address these concerns all over the world but let’s not forget the children in our community who are also facing food challenges.
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Gwinnett Animal Shelter hosts inaugural Egg-Stravaganza

The Gwinnett animal shelter is providing a new twist to the traditional egg hunt with an Adoption Egg-Stravaganza on Saturday, April 20 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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Local News

Gwinnett County Tag & Title Services Interrupted May 21-29

A new state motor vehicle system and the Memorial Day holiday will affect services. Gwinnett County Tax Commissioner Richard Steele is alerting Gwinnett County residents that tag and title services will be interrupted in various ways from May 21-29 while a new state motor vehicle system is being installed.
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Mending the Gap

Elder abuse happens every day when older persons are abused, neglected, and exploited by others.
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Celebrating Ninety Years of Beauty

Their first meeting was held in 1929 after Mrs. J.H. “Susie” McGee placed a notice in the Gwinnett Journal. The notice served as an invitation to the very first Garden Club meeting held on March 15 at 3:30 p.m at the McGee residence. And soon enough, women from all over the county began flocking to these meetings, usually held at one of their homes.
Read More...

Gwinnett Animal Shelter hosts inaugural Egg-Stravaganza

The Gwinnett animal shelter is providing a new twist to the traditional egg hunt with an Adoption Egg-Stravaganza on Saturday, April 20 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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Gwinnett Chamber Announces New President & CEO

The Gwinnett Chamber, one of the largest suburban Chambers of Commerce in the nation, recently announced its selection for its new President & CEO, effective July 1.
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The Gwinnett County Board of REALTORS® Scholarship Foundation, through the Northeast Atlanta Metro Association of REALTORS®, Awards Scholarships to Suraj Modi and Faith Howerton

Suraj Modi and Faith Howerton each received a $4,000.00 college scholarship from the Gwinnett County Board of REALTORS® Scholarship Foundation, through the Northeast Atlanta Metro Association of REALTORS®.
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Living

Are You “Good Enough” to Serve God?

The Summer before my junior year of college I made a commitment to God, “Anywhere, Anything, Anytime. God, I will go anywhere you want me to go. I will do anything you want me to do. And I will do it anytime you want me to do it.”
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April Means Maternal and Child Health Month for Rotary

In much of the world, malnutrition is a concern for children due to extreme poverty. Rotarians address these concerns all over the world but let’s not forget the children in our community who are also facing food challenges.
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Spring is Here, Please Drive Safely

When I found out April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month, I reached out to Sgt. Daniel Arrendale of the Gwinnett Police accident investigation unit to share safe driving tips. He said that Gwinnett Police responded to about 30,000 traffic collisions last year and about a third of those involved injuries. Sadly, 57 people died in traffic accidents last year in Gwinnett, including 19 pedestrians.
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Is Your PreSchool/PreKindergarten Child Ready to Learn?

Pre-school and/or Kindergarten Readiness Assessments can provide helpful information for you to consider in making decisions about your young child’s school placement.
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The Necessity of Prayer for the Child of God

If there is any time in our lives that prayer proves to be a necessary part of our daily life, it is today! Prayer is one of the four main vehicles that help us exercise our faith in Christ Jesus.
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Is God Punishing Us or Protecting Us?

I think many Christians and people, in general, have two different views of God when it comes to the Old Testament and the New Testament. People tend to view the “God of the Old Testament” as an angry God who brings his punishment and wrath down on anyone who does not follow his laws. And they view the “God of the New Testament” as a gracious, loving and merciful God.
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