Photo by Loralee Beard, Magic Moment Photography

Gwinnett Fall happenings
By Loralee Beard, Magic Moment Photography

The 2015 Gwinnett County Football season has had it highs and lows but Vernnelious Bellamy, a Central Gwinnett High School Junior playing Varsity ball, had an airborne moment in the hard fought game against Brookwood High School that questioned some basic presumptions about gravity. 



Friday night lights moved to Saturday when Archer High School travelled to Dacula High School on Halloween night.  The Falcon and the Tiger were congenial to one another and yet both emitted a certain self-importance and confidence that could not be denied. As always, they were surrounded by a bevy of admiring fans. 

Kay Cash , front office Administrator at Dacula High School, has been part of the DHS family since she can remember.  She graduated from high school there and is part of 4 generations of Dacula.   Her daughter Carrie Stiers, formerly a teacher at Harbins Elementary School,  and Carrie’s husband Beau just welcomed Falcon Baby Quinn Stiers who join older  brother Cohen. Kay was asked spot on what she saw as the  “Golden Age of Dacula:” but  demurred saying, “There have been so many accomplishments, I  can’t say”. 

Ben Tingle has begun  his 2nd year as Director of the Lanier High School Band which has grown and thrived each year since the band  formed in 2010 under the leadership of Director Heath Lawless, another talented leader.  Each band section has its own personality and as a non musical person, I have come to realize that “Low Brass is High Class”.

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