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April 28, 2015

Debut of Two New Attractions at LanierWorld Will Take the South by Storm

Debut of Two New Attractions at LanierWorld Will Take the South by Storm

Additions of CAT 4 Slide and Thunderbolt Zipline Experience Mark Continued Focus on Enhancements to Guest Experience at Georgia’s Award-Winning Lanier Islands

BUFORD, Ga.– While the launch of any new season at Lanier Islands’ popular lakeside attraction – LanierWorld – can be exciting, there are several reasons this year’s opening on May 9 will be particularly thrilling.

Launch of Great Gwinnett Wetlands Rescheduled to May 2

Launch of Great Gwinnett Wetlands Rescheduled to May 2
Original Event Date of April 25 Postponed Due to Rainy Forecast as Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful Teams up with Gwinnett County Department of Water Resources to Kick-off Water Stewardship Program at Bromolow Creek and Wetlands 

DULUTH, Ga. – While Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful (GCB) had planned to kickoff the new Gwinnett Great Wetlands water stewardship program in conjunction with Earth Week, it’s apparent that Mother Nature has other plans.

Monthly Meeting of Georgia Society of Professional Engineers

Monthly Meeting of Georgia Society of Professional Engineers

Atlanta – Over one hundred years ago everyone knew that horses had to be harnessed and trained to move together in order to be effective. Horses that did not “play” as team members were replaced.

Atlanta Area Family Making Strides to Raise Awareness of Preeclampsia

Atlanta Area Family Making Strides to Raise Awareness of Preeclampsia 
Powell Family Named the Atlanta Promise Walk for Preeclampsia Mission Family to Help Call Attention to Serious Pregnancy Disorder Affecting Mothers, Babies 

Melbourne, FL – The Preeclampsia Foundation is pleased to announce that Brittney Powell and her family are the 2015 Atlanta, Georgia Promise Walk for Preeclampsia™ Mission Family.

Carole Townsend

Some Things Old are New Again

Some Things Old are New Again
Carole Townsend

I remember when I was a kid, on any given Saturday morning my parents could say, “Let’s go to the Farmers’ Market,” and off we’d go. I have to be honest; my siblings and I were never as enthusiastic about the market as my parents were, but it was something different.