Experience NG3

By NG3 staff

Spring is finally here! The flowers are blooming, the clouds of pollen are clearing, and the school year is only a few exams from being completed. Every-thing seems to be a little brighter as the day starts earlier and ends later, and it’s not just the weather that seems to be looking up. NG3 has a number of reasons to be excited; community service projects, an inau-gural banquet, a message confirming the need for NG3, and more doors of opportunity to name a few.

NG3 is making a difference!!

By NG3 staff

NG3…because Character Changes Communities. That is the motto. That is the foundational belief for everything NG3 is doing on our high school campuses and in the communities we live in. Everyday another student athlete is being mentored, another member of the next generation is being taught the importance of making the right choices and the effect those choices have on those around them, another life is being shaped.

Great things are happening at NG3!!
By NG3 staff

Though the water towers announcing to every driver on I85 that “Gwinnett is Great” were removed years ago, great things are still happening in Gwinnett, and NG3 is one of them. Lives are being changed. Eternity is being affected.

The gift of giving
By NG3 staff

Aside from the roasted turkeys and broccoli casseroles, the circled gift ideas in the advertisement magazines, the heavy coats and gloves instead of the jackets, and the tacky sweater parties for the folks from the office, the end of the year holds host to enumerable opportunities to serve others.  Between Thanksgiving and Christmas, many times the focus is on decorating the mantle and vacuuming before guests arrive or scouring the mall for the perfect present for that one family member for whom you have no gift ideas. 

NG3 Gwinnett!!...humble beginnings
By NG3 staff

In 2005, Coach Hunter and Coach Crews at Brookwood recognized a void among the football players. This void wasn’t something that could be encompassed in a simple phrase about his team. A lack in leadership or trouble with priorities didn’t encompass what he saw as a hole in the lives of his student athletes.

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