Georgia retirees helping each other

As the Baby Boom generation “matures” a large number of Georgia citizens are retiring after a career of service to Georgia state government.  They have continued their tradition of service to others by forming an educational and advocacy organization called the Georgia State Retirees Association (GSRA). 

Duluth Public Art Master Plan Unveiled
Art is Duluth. Duluth is Art.

Duluth, Georgia – Duluth began a journey to define its unique character and translate it into public art throughout the City in October of 2015. Workshops were held to allow citizens to help fill Duluth’s canvas with art that tells our one of a kind story to the region and the world.

Sorority improves playground

The Upsilon Alpha Omega Chapter ("UAO") of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated ("AKA") partnered with the Norcross Department of Parks to make improvements to Kaboom Playground in Norcross on May 16 in support AKA 1908 Playground Mobilization Day.

Men’s Tennis cruises to second consecutive National Championship

The Georgia Gwinnett College men’s tennis team spent the entire regular season as the undisputed No. 1 team in the country, and the Grizzlies will end the season that way too as they beat Embry-Riddle 5-0 to win a second consecutive NAIA National Championship at Mobile Tennis Center on Sunday.

Artist’s reception set for Sunday

SNELLVILLE – The art of two area artists will be celebrated at a reception May 17 in City Hall.

From 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday in the Community Room of City Hall, Shirley Shepherd and Michael Uhr will show and discuss their work at the event presented by the Snellville Arts Commission. 

Duluth Makes a Huge Splash through the Arts
Two artistic events to run simultaneously

Duluth, Georgia – Duluth continues to lead in pushing the Arts throughout the community and residents have fallen for the City’s creative and artistic flare. Duluth will make a huge splash with not one, but two events that are artistic in nature.  

Lanier High School hosts STEM festival

On Saturday, May 16, Lanier High School will host a science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) festival on campus. The family friendly event is a celebration of creativity, ingenuity, innovation, and entrepreneurship.