Atlanta’s Swedish Men’s Choir present concert
Featuring Tenor Niklas Björling Rygert, Sweden Altanta Balalaika Society Ensemble and Vasa Drangar

The Atlanta Swedish men’s choir Vasa Drangar will present its 20th Anniversary Concert on May 22nd, at 5PM, at the Winter’s Chapel United Methodist Church, located at 5105 Winters Chapel Road, Atlanta, 30360.

The Hail Mary Sports Pub in Grayson serves up great food, fun & friendship
By John L. Byrwa

Grayson – Everybody at The Hail Mary Sports Pub might not know your name, but they’re always glad you came.

“We consider everybody in here a friend,” said Blake Hawkins, one of the co-owners of The Hail Mary, the oldest sports pub in Grayson.

AAPA Awards Scholarship to High School Senior Eliza Antonowich

Atlanta – The Atlanta Alumnae Panhellenic Association (AAPA), a community-based organization composed of alumnae from National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) member fraternities, awarded Eliza Antonowich, a graduating senior at Norcross High School, a $1,000 scholarship in recognition of her academic and service-based accomplishments.

City of Norcross to break ground on new park dedicated to sustainable life skills
Discovery Garden Park to serve as a nature center, community garden and neighborhood gathering space for all ages and abilities 

Norcross - Something big and green is coming to Norcross in the form of a new garden park dedicated to actively engaging people of all ages and abilities in their environment and community through programs, classes and events that develop creative and sustainable skills.

Teen is awarded Gates Millennium Scholarship
By Marisa Lazenby Marketing Coordinator, BGCMA

Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta is proud to announce that one of our Club teens – Jasmin Moffett – has just been awarded the Gates Millennium Scholarship.

Snellville Farmers’ Market opens June 4

SNELLVILLE – The Snellville Farmers’ Market will open for the seventh year June 4, kicking off a season event organizers say will be “better than ever.”

Pamendis Italian Grill marries Italian and Greek foods brilliantly
By Carole Townsend
Staff Correspondent

Loganville – When cities like Chicago and New York come to mind, the city of Loganville is not one that seems to be appropriate in such company. But, a group of friends – immigrants, no less – was determined to change that perception when they opened their bold and brave new restaurant, Pamendis.

Being small has made us huge

United Community Bank is grateful for the opportunity to support the thriving communities of Gwinnett County. While United Community Bank has more than 130 locations in four states, our focus remains intensely localized and we are committed to providing our customers with a high level of service.