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April 15, 2019

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.”

A celebration gathering for The Lawrenceville Garden Club 90th anniversary celebration at the Gwinnett Historic Courthouse

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.

Gwinnett Citizen News

Mending the Gap

Elder abuse happens every day when older persons are abused, neglected, and exploited by others.

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.

Tim Daly

Groundcovers are a great alternative to grass

Groundcovers are plants that grow low to the ground and can quickly spread to form dense plantings. In addition to being attractive, they thrive on sites where other plant material is difficult to get established, like turf grasses.

Dave Emanuel | Cut To The Chase

County Voters Say No to MARTA, Not Transit

New York City’s subway system opened in 1904 and underwent a major expansion in 1908. At the time, heavy rail was the only affordable form of transportation, other than walking.

Leigh McIntosh

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.

Marlene Ratledge Buchanen

Hey Y’all | Kicking off your heels

It has been another one of those weeks. I have no social life, but my calendar is always full. This past week it was funerals and funeral home visits. Three services in two days. I noticed something about the women who were in attendance. The younger the females are, the higher the heels.