Living

Healthy, Happy Friends -May 2014
By Joan Sewell

For some time now, my daughters have complained that I am not listening to them. Frankly, I thought I was. It was not my fault that they chose to talk too softly. I heard what was on my television quite well, so it had to be their muttering that was causing the problem.

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It seems like a “Made in America” label is hard to find these days. But a manufacturing revolution of sorts is underway in our land, and a couple of Gwinnett filmmakers are right at the heart of it. Back in the late 1990’s, Nathaniel Thomas McGill and Vincent Vittorio were students at Dacula High School.

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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.

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1971-72 season Central Gwinnett HS Basketball Team
The Gwinnett Roadrunner -
On The Run April 2014
By Mary Frazier Long
 
SPRING HAS SPRUNG
 
THINKERS
April showers get you wet.
 
Most locked doors are in your mind. Houdini
 
Go out on a limb, that’s where the fun is. 
The Spring Green Festival meant something special to the Vooris Family, with the proceeds of the festival going to GMC NICU unit and a dedicated ambulance. Pictured is Tom Vooris with his wife and children (triplets who spent time in a NICU)

Welcome to New Lawrenceville. As the founder and President of New Lawrenceville, I want to welcome you to the community of Lawrenceville, Georgia.  When I started this group in 2007 I never knew to the lengths & levels of where this local business networking group would go.

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