Rita Valeri, Dacula, Chair of Service for Veterans Committee of Philadelphia Winn Daughters of the American Revolution in Lawrenceville; Sgt Major Patrick Amos, keynote speaker; & Lydia McGill, Snellville, First Vice Regent Philadelphia Winn.

Vietnam Vets honored by County and Philadelphia Winn DAR

This year marked the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War, and Gwinnett County’s Veterans Day Tribute was an official homecoming welcome for Vietnam War Veterans. Held at the Gwinnett Fallen Heroes Memorial located at the Gwinnett Justice and Administration Center in Lawrenceville, Georgia, the program highlighted a symbolic return march home in which the veterans received a standing ovation. Once they assembled, a ceremonial yellow ribbon was cut in their honor.  Sergeant Major Patrick C. Amos delivered the keynote speech.

Grayson, Georgia City Hall

Grayson among selected for Georgia’s Main Street Start-up Program
Statewide program encourages downtown development

Grayson, GA -  The Georgia Department of Community Affairs (GDCA) announced that Grayson is one of nineteen Georgia cities selected to join the Main Street Start-up Program, which provides technical assistance to cities looking to improve their downtowns.

Snellville Kroger is decked out for the Holidays!
Mrs Anne Britt spotted these outstanding decorations.
Come visit for some Holiday cheer!
All photos by Emmett Clower

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Stella Rodriguez, Snellville Kroger Manager and Assistant Manager, Meossia Roswell in the Floral Department with an assortment of Holiday arrangements.

Auriana's Giveback Mission sponsors 250 homeless and low-income children in Gwinnett and Hall counties
Giveback mission

At a time of year when most children are excitedly awaiting the day they can tear into the presents beneath their tree, the children of Auriana's Giveback Mission are preparing to sponsor 250 homeless and low-income children over the Gwinnett and Hall area. 

Aysha Cooper, Owner, SarahCare Snellville

Aysha Cooper is no ordinary business owner. For that matter, she is no ordinary mom, student or volunteer either. First and foremost, she is the best mom she knows how to be to her “almost 7” year old son. One of the most important parts of being the best mom she knows how to be is in setting a good example as a whole and well-rounded person.

Published: 2013-12-09 22:51
Published: 2013-12-09 22:51
Franklin “Wayne” Lisle

Franklin “Wayne” Lisle

Franklin “Wayne” Lisle, age 78, was called to his Heavenly home 11/30/2013. Most recently, he had resided in Jefferson and Gainesville, Ga. He was born 12/16/1934 in Columbus, Ga. to the late Hubert Wayne Lisle and Wanda Estelle Horton Lisle.

GMC Foundation President Jason Chandler, Faith Community Nurse Director Debbie Huckaby, GMC Board Member Mike Levengood and GMC’s Lynn Mouchet

Gwinnett Medical Center Celebrates Lights of Love
Honor or Remember Someone This Holiday

Lawrenceville - The Faith Community Nurses of Gwinnett Medical Center (GMC) invite you to Lights of Love and Remembrance on Thursday, December 5 from 6:00 to7:00 p.m. The event will be held in the Strickland Chapel just off the main lobby at GMC-Lawrenceville.

Snellville Lions Club newly installed members. (L_R) Joe Roth, President, Grace Clower, Chaplain, Steve Hart, Secretary, Carolyn Collins, 1st VP, Leon Taylor, 2nd VP

Snellville Lions Club - Join us!

The Snellville Lions Club has been a fixture in the Snellville community since 1952.  We have many groups & individuals that we assist - both in the community and through groups associated with the visually impaired, hearing impaired, and diabetic communities.