Congratulations to our 2015 Scholarship winners

The Central Gwinnett Cluster Foundation is proud to announce that 2 Central Gwinnett Cluster Seniors each received a $500 College Scholarship from the CGCF.  

William Pittman Williams Family Reunion

The 91st William Pittman Williams reunion will take place on Sunday, July 19, 2015, 12:30-2:00, at Summit Chase Country Club, Snellville, Georgia.

Georgia Cup-Duluth Twilight Criterium Race Featuring Vertical Horizon

Cycling race that will pit the top professional and amateur riders against each other for a $7,500 prize purse

DULUTH, GA – Thrill, speed, adrenaline and excitement will fill the streets of Downtown Duluth as the 2nd annual Georgia Cup-Duluth Criterium returns with 400 cyclists and an estimated 5,000+ spectators.

South Gwinnett Park renovation begins soon

Lawrenceville, Ga. – On Tuesday, July 7, 2015, the Board of Commissioners approved an $8.4 million contract with Multiplex LLC to begin redevelopment of the 23-acre South Gwinnett Park located in the Snellville area. Construction will take more than a year to complete.

Kroger Customers Contribute Nearly $230,000 to Benefit U.S. Troops

ATLANTA – Kroger customers in the Atlanta Division contributed nearly $230,000 to the grocer’s annual “Round-Up” campaign benefitting the United Service Organization (USO) – surpassing the Division’s $200,000 goal by nearly $30,000. 

Wyrick Mechanical - a HVAC family business you can count on
By Beth Volpert Johansen

Since 1994, Wyrick Mechanical’s Ray Wyrick has provided HVAC services with honesty and integrity. Those qualities have become the mainstay of the family business he founded in 2002.

Turner Broadcasting Inspires Georgia H.S. Students at 21st Century Leaders Summer Institute
Over 70 students attend Turner Voices Youth Media Institute

ATLANTA - 21st Century Leaders, in partnership with Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., welcomed over 70 students for its leadership program, Turner Voices Youth Media Institute on June 21st- 26th.

Philadelphia Winn Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution visited Washington DC for the 124th Continental Congress

This year marks 125 years of service to our nation for the NSDAR.  The focus of the non-profit organization continues to be on education, historical preservation and patriotism.