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90th Birthday celebrated
90th Birthday celebrated
Dr. Hugh Mazzawi: The Pleasure of His Company
By Phylecia Wilson
To say that Hugh Mazzawi loved people is an understatement. “Five minutes after he met you, he knew everything about you,” said his son Dr. Miles Mazzawi.
Jamie Britt Memorial
By Beth Volpert
The 23rd Annual South Gwinnett Touchdown Club golf tournament is set for April 21st at Summit Chase Country Club. This year, the name of the tournament will be changed in order to remember an alumnus who was one of the Comet’s biggest fans and supporters. “He was an extraordinary man and supported the kids in our program,” says Coach John Small. “He served this program with dedication.”
When Gwinnett Ballet Theatre’s production of “Cinderella” opens at the Gwinnett Performing Arts Center on March 29th, the stage will be filled with beautiful new tutus, ball gowns, a splendid “Cinderella coach” and other set pieces creating a visual feast. The fairy tale ballet will have a whole new, beautiful look to thrill the hearts of everyone who loves ballet and happy endings.
Quartets from the Stone Mountain Barbershop Chorus will offer their very popular Singing Valentine program for 2014. “This is one of our most enjoyable projects because we get to deliver a unique 'I Love You' message to that special sweetheart”, says Bill Banks, the chorus’ project chairman.
Reading relay at Gwinnett Public Libraries for Black History Month
AKAs and Kappas Partner to Promote Literacy and Educate Community with Black History Month Reading Relay at Gwinnett Public Libraries
By Bettina Durant
LAWRENCEVILLE, GA (January 28, 2014) - The Upsilon Alpha Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated in partnership with the Lawrenceville-Duluth Alumnae Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Incorporated are working to promote literacy and educate youth with a Diamonds and Pearls Black History Month Reading Relay each Saturday in February from 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm at select Gwinnett County library branches.
"Wit" is coming to Snellville
By Karl Heisman
The Pulitzer Prize winning play “Wit” is coming to Snellville and you’re going to want to see it. New London Theatre will be performing this heartfelt drama of a cancer patient which shows the depth and transformation of the human spirit.
National society honors Osborne Middle¹s Gillespie
By Staff Reports
Lawrenceville, GA. (January 27, 2014) One of Gwinnett County¹s decorated art teachers is once again being recognized for his service to his students and the field of fine arts. The National Art Honor Society (NAHS) named Osborne Middle¹s Dallas Gillespie as National Junior Art Honor Society Sponsor of the Year.