Grayson Arts & History Center 
To Host Classes For Artists of All Ages

GRAYSON – The Grayson Arts & History Center has lined up classes for artists of all levels and ages beginning on March 16th. Classes will include introductory and intermediate acrylics and drawing, as well as an opportunity to put together a home décor project in an hour.

A Night of Music, Art and Wine
Benefiting Haitian Homes for Haitian Children

Thursday, April 23, 2015
Block 178 ~ Lawrenceville, GA ~ 6:30pm to 9:00pm

Join us for live music by local artists, authentic Haitian art, and a wine tasting lead by a professional sommelier. We will also have a silent auction with a variety of items from local businesses and snacks provides by La Difference Café, an authentic Haitian restaurant.

Berens Frozen Custard celebrates anniversary
By Beth Volpert-Johansen

April 2nd will officially mark the 5th year Berens Frozen Custard has been a permanent part of the Snellville culinary scene, however, the tasty treat has enjoyed a far longer history beyond its current location. Founded in 1976 by Don Berens, Frozen Custard quickly became a favorite at the original store in Doraville and throughout the Atlanta area.

SNELLVILLE. GA, – Dr. Marie N. Soracco, a local owner of Eastside Spine & Pain Center located at 1580 Tree Lane, has announced the publishing of “Neck Pain – Why Your Neck Hurts and What You Can Do About It”, the most recent book by nationally published author Dr. Peter G. Fernandez, D.C., in which Dr. Soracco is a contributing author.

Published: 2015-03-06 16:46

Grayson mourns their fallen hero,
Richard Weeks
By Beth Volpert-Johansen

He flew helicopter rescue missions in Viet Nam…more than once. It was his duty. He loved his family. Loving them was beyond his duty, it was his joy. He was faithful to God and His Beloved Son. There was no question. He believed in prayer. He loved children. He loved people. And peppermints.

Sugarloaf Fit Body Boot Camp
By Beth Volpert-Johansen

The first thing anyone might notice about Darren Terry is his exuberant enthusiasm for fitness, nutrition and the balance that a healthy body offers to anyone. At Sugarloaf Fit Body Boot Camp, members find a fun and non-intimidating atmosphere based on motivation, accountability, and strength of mind and body. 

Cool2Sweet - business with a heart
By Beth Volpert-Johansen

When eleven-year-old Ellie Peters told her mom, Jen, about her desire to start a business, mom figured the idea would blow over. A year later, mom and daughter have embarked upon a journey that has not only changed their lives, but the lives of the tiniest among us. 

Parkside Bakery... passion for baking
By Beth Volpert-Johansen

With springtime just around the corner, Parkside Bakery’s new owner, Bob Johnson is busy making plans for beautiful new sweet treats, delicious soups, and delicately crafted handmade croissants to accompany their coffee and tea menu.

Jamey Toney - serving insurance and financial needs
By Beth Volpert-Johansen

Owning a successful small business in your hometown takes time, talent and commitment to the community. For Jamey Toney, giving of his time is something that has been ingrained in him since he began volunteering in elementary school for a variety of causes.