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February 26, 2019

Gwinnett Citizen News

Brookwood High names theatre after long-time educators

Ken and Patty Lindahl are “famous” in the K-12 performing arts world… and while their names may not be in lights, they are prominently displayed at Brookwood High School which recently dedicated its theater in their honor. The Ken and Patty Lindahl Performing Arts Center recognizes the duo’s 30 years of service as the school’s theatre directors prior to their retirement.

United Community Bank Strengthens Atlanta Presence with New Leadership

Veteran Banker Doug Higgins Named Atlanta Metro President

United Community Bank is pleased to strengthen its Atlanta leadership through the announcement of veteran banker Doug Higgins as its new Atlanta Metro President. This is a new role within the organization, which has nearly 30 branches across the Atlanta area and nearly 150 branches in the Southeast.

Suzanne and Matthew Holtkamp

The Hudgens Center celebrates incredible success of partnership with Holtkamp Heating & Air, extends relationship for 2019

The Hudgens Center for Art & Learning is pleased to announce the continued results and renewal of a strategic partnership with Holtkamp Heating & Air. In addition to generously sponsoring free admission to the galleries since 2017, which has generated thousands of new visitors, the Holtkamp team also serviced all of the center’s HVAC systems and maintained 18 new smart thermostats to maximize energy efficiency.

Amy Stanitzke | The Mansions at Gwinnett Park

Great tips for downsizing from The Mansions at Gwinnett Park

“What am I going to do with mama’s china?”

Not surprisingly, that’s almost always the first comment someone makes after signing a lease to move into a senior independent living community. If china isn’t the first thing mentioned, then it’s often something else – a treasured bedroom set – a lawn mower – something.