Ladies Workout... success tailored to suit you
By Beth Volpert-Johansen

Working with women since 1995, Kelly Farris has heard every reason for why a woman might shy away from the gym. “Women have a lot on their plate,” says Farris. “Most women find themselves at the bottom of the list, if they make it to the gym at all.”

Grayson Celebrates Heroes

GRAYSON – The 36th Annual Grayson Day on Saturday, April 25th, will be a day of remembering and celebrating our heroes – both big and small - those who have fought for our rights and dignity, stood as role models in our lives, and those who give of themselves to make a difference in our community. We’re dedicating the day to celebrating all the heroes among us!

Give Hunger the Boot fundraiser

During the past three years, Give Hunger the Boot has helped raise more than $30,000 in food and financial donations for the Southeast Gwinnett Food Co-Operative.

2015 Little Miss AKA Pageant Slated for Gwinnett County
Girls Aged 7 -10 to Take A Bow – Public Invited

Lawrenceville, GA – Following six months of workshops and esteem-building activities, several “little misses” aged 7-10 will take a bow on Saturday, April 25 at Shiloh High School as a part of the 5th biennial Little Miss AKA Pageant sponsored by Upsilon Alpha Omega Chapter (“UAO”) of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, along with its nonprofit affiliate The Gwinnett Pearls of Service Foundation, Inc. ("GPS").

Philadelphia Winn Chapter NSDAR Essay Winners Announced

Philadelphia Winn Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, hosted the chapter winners of the DAR Good Citizen Essay Contest, American History Essay Contest, and the Outstanding Teacher of American History.

The Way of the Cross - 
Telling the traditional story with a new relatable twist
By Staff Reports, Photos courtesy of Brandi Williams

First United Methodist Church of Lawrenceville will be presenting a unique live outdoor interactive production with audience involvement - The Way of the Cross.