Living

Streching further
By NG3 staff

The hallways in high school are full once again with our youth coming and going from one classroom to the next.  Syllabi have been passed out, rolls have been called and fall sports are underway.  NG3 is also underway, working right beside the coaches and pouring into the lives of the student athletes. Much like the upperclassmen excited to build on the foundations they've laid in the previous years, NG3 is looking to continue the promotion of character development and spiritual growth.  This year, there is a renewed focus on reaching even more student athletes.

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Healthy, Happy Friends - September 2014
By Joan Sewell

We have been having some very hot weather that brings occasional fierce afternoon storms. For those of us with breathing problems, this cuts into our ex- ercise programs. Let’s take a look at the various exercise programs offered by H2U at Eastside Medical Center South Campus.  You must be a member of H2U to participate in these programs so I  suggest that you visit one or two to see if you feel they are right for you and worth the $20 H2U membership fee. Your first visit is free, classes usually last one hour.

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Come on Fall! By Mandy Snell Harris

Come on fall!!
By Mandy Snell

COME ON FALL!!  Yes, I like summer, but I love fall! Always have and always will. Summer is good because you can watch your garden grow, jump into the pool and go fishing until the sun goes down. But fall... well there’s crisp apples, boiled peanuts, the changing of the leaves and you can pull out your jeans and sweat shirts. 

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Little Grace Cantrell
One beat at a time
By Earl Gray

Little Grace.  So thoughtful, so caring, a name befitting her manner. Little Grace.  So cute, so bright, why do you break so many hearts?

On January 5, 2011, Grace Cantrell came into the world.  She was Shauna and Tim's first child.

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The 1978 winners of the 4-H Annual District Project Achievement meeting
The Gwinnett Roadrunner -
On The Run August 2014
By Mary Frazier Long
 
“A committee is a group of important individuals who singly can do nothing but who can together agree that nothing can be done.” Fred Allen
 
A clear conscience is often the sign of a bad memory.
 
“If you have any problems at all don’t hesitate to be quiet.”
 
Does anyone remember when the zip code for Snellville was E I E I O?
 
Does the name Pavlov ring a bell?
 
We all have the strength to endure the misfortunes of others.
 
Talk is cheap, supply exceeds demand.
 
The difference between genius and stupidity is that genius has its limits.
 
The difference between a pigeon and a farmer is that a pigeon can still make a deposit on a tractor.