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February 6, 2014

Warren and Keisha Cameron

Simply faith, love, and family

(Grayson, Ga) “We’ve been through some challenges and our faith’s been tested but we’re together and we’re stronger than ever,” begins Keisha Cameron as she smiles across the room at her husband, Warren.

Grayson’s Downtown Development Authority is located at the heart of the city.

Incubating great work in Grayson

Incubating great work in Grayson
By Beth Volpert

Co-working, incubating, off-site mentors and downtown development authority are all words floating around the building at 438 Grayson Parkway in downtown Grayson, GA. The address is home to The Grayson DDA and its latest project, The Grayson DDA Business Incubator.

Allison Wilkerson, newly elected mayor of the City of Grayson, is a second-generation mayor, her father having served in the position during the 1990s.

Mayor Allison Wilkerson

When you think of recently elected Grayson Mayor Allison Wilkerson, you might think of “firsts.”

Native Americans in our area

Native Americans in our area
By Steven P. Starling

When we pass by the “Welcome to Grayson” signs traveling in and out of town, the phrase “chartered in 1901″ is a bit confusing. When I give tours or talks on the history of Grayson our new citizens usually ask, “so there was nothing here before J. P. McConnell founded Grayson?”.

Mandy Snell Harris

Snow times to remember!

Snow times to remember!
By Mandy Snell Harris

As I am writing this, the snow is really coming down outside, it is beautiful! 

Unfortunately it caused a lot of heartache for many. But for those of us who didn’t have to go anywhere, it was nice and for me brought back many memories.

South Gwinnett

Jamie Britt Memorial Golf Tournament

Jamie Britt Memorial
Golf Tournament

By Beth Volpert

The 23rd Annual South Gwinnett Touchdown Club golf tournament is set for April 21st at Summit Chase Country Club. This year, the name of the tournament will be changed in order to remember an alumnus who was one of the Comet’s biggest fans and supporters. “He was an extraordinary man and supported the kids in our program,” says Coach John Small. “He served this program with dedication.” 

Mary Frazier Long

Gwinnett Roadrunner – On The Run February 2014

The Gwinnett Roadrunner –
On The Run February 2014
By Mary Frazier Long
Love makes the world go around and so does an upset stomach.
Income tax is just a game of hide and seek. The tax collector seeks your hide.
Photo by Loralee Beard, Magic Moment Photography

Youth brings nostalgia

My neighborhood in Grayson is a Bulldog nation because my neighbor is  David Greene outstanding “winningest quarterback in NCAA Division 1 history” the University of Georgia Quarterback from 2001-2004.