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bowlingKiwanis Club of Loganville is going to party like a rock star! Whaaat? Where? When? Why?

Glad you asked. The rock has three holes in it. It’s a bowling party, of course, at Stars and Strikes, 479 Brightwell Court in Loganville, where we will be throwing strikes and gutter balls to raise money in support of the many non-profit organizations that diligently serve members of the Loganville community.

mtn park ceremonySteven Smith, Henry Page, Trent Lind-center, Steven Smith, Dr. Marcus C. Sims, and Patrick Spink.

Eastside Medical Center gives back to community through donation of AED defibrillator to Mountain Park Park

Eastside Medical Center, a healthcare leader in Gwinnett County for over 37 years, met with the Mountain Park Park Board of Directors and local community leaders on Saturday, March 11th, to participate in a private ceremony to acknowledge the hospital’s donation of an AED defibrillator to the park.

Gerald JohnsonGerald Franklin Johnson

Gerald Franklin Johnson age 92 of Snellville, GA, passed away Monday, April 17, 2017. He was preceded in death by his parents, William Glenn and Ona Edith (Lowe) Johnson; granddaughter, Heather Nicole Johnson; sister, Margaret Davis; sister and brother in law, Robert and Joyce Hoeflinger.

LFBC Book Club LogoSupport the First Book Club 165 ministry mission: “Help children in our community succeed in school by instilling a lifetime love for reading.”

Lawrenceville First Baptist Church - First Book Club 165 – Call for Volunteers

By Katie Hart Smith
Staff Correspondent

Lawrenceville First Baptist Church (LFBC) – First Book Club 165 is calling for volunteers to distribute children’s books to the students at Winn Holt Elementary and Lawrenceville Elementary schools this May. Be a part of the next phase of First Book Club 165 ministry and share in the joy and excitement on the children’s faces as they select their books for summer reading.

Kasi Tiller

Having “The Talk” with Parents Can Be a Delicate Matter
By Kasi Tiller
CEO Legacy Home Care Services, Inc.

Talking with parents about issues involving their health , long term care, finances, health care proxies, or their thoughts about their final wishes, can be as difficult as “the talk” you had years ago about the birds and the bees. Yet, these conversations need to occur; and often times, the conversation should occur sooner, rather than later.

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