NG3 Staff
NG3 Gwinnett!!... now Archer!
By NG3 staff

We are so excited to announce that Archer High School has joined the NG3 community.  We are continuing to grow in Gwinnett one school at a time. The vision that we have at NG3 doesn’t work unless we have local high schools who believe in us and are willing to let us partner with them.

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Healthy, Happy Friends - September 2013
By Joan Sewell

School seems to have started much earlier this year.  H2U parents and grandparents have seldom celebrated their ice cream social after school has started back. But we did this time.  As usual, it was great fun.

How many of you have received a receipt at a restaurant with a phone number to call and complete a survey?  They always say you might win something, maybe a free desert on your next trip. 

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Charles and Joyce Pelot
End of an era
By Earl Gray

A good friend of mine recently sent me a funny slide show that targets people of a certain age.  It asked, "Do you remember these things?", and then showed pictures of things like old ice trays with the pull up handle, rotary telephones, and a Jiffy-Pop popcorn bag ready to explode.  A picture of a big road side produce stand would have fit nicely in that group.  You don't see many of those any more, and now you'll see one less.

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Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia
Join Girl Scouts and Learn How to Be Forever Green 

ATHENS, GEORGIA – Come to the Girl Scout Forever Green celebration on Aug. 24 from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Athens Girl Scout office, 185 Newton Bridge Road, Athens, Ga., to learn more about how you can be forever green and reduce, reuse and recycle. 

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Healthy, Happy Friends - August 2013
By Joan Sewell

After my last column where I spoke of the tree falling in my yard, I had several calls from people with the same problem.  It seems that Hugh Griffin and Eve Hall had the same thing happen to them and they wisely had the trees chopped into the stove or fireplace sizes, which they donated to local community service agencies to provide heat for the upcoming winter season.  That’s thinking ahead, folks!  Way to go!

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