Chairman presents 2015 budget proposal

(Lawrenceville, Ga., Nov. 18, 2014) – Gwinnett Commission Chairman Charlotte Nash presented a proposed $1.42 billion budget for fiscal year 2015 to the Board of Commissioners during a briefing on Tuesday.

Georgia Gwinnett College welcomed more than 4,000 new students for the 2014 fall semester at its annual “March through the Arch” ceremony in August.

GGC experiences largest growth in USG
Named most ethnically diverse college in South
by U.S. News & World Report

Once again, Georgia Gwinnett College is the fastest-growing institution within the University System of Georgia (USG), according to the system’s recent 2014 fall semester enrollment report. 

Help Mellow Mushroom Pizza Bakers

Mellow Mushroom Pizza Bakers will make a donation for every “Full Stache” and “Trimmed Stache” cocktail sold as well as every moustache Instagram tagged throughout the Month of November

This November, Mellow Mushroom Pizza Bakers will host a series of events to raise funds and awareness for the world-famous Movember Foundation— the leading global organization devoted to changing the face of men’s health by bringing attention to prostate cancer, testicular cancer and mental health.

Get all you need for the Holidays at Iron Accents

It’s that time of year...

It’s that time of year again.  The kids are full of candy from Halloween and everyone is prepping for Thanksgiving at home or out of town.  We’re all marking off dates on our calendars and planning our yearly traditions. You may already be making your shopping lists for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, or you may read this, panic, and start working on a list now.

Come say hello to Pete at Pete's Place in Buford

Relax at Pete’s Place 

After growing up in Gwinnett County, graduating from Collins Hill High school, going off to college and graduating from Valdosta University, then joining the Army and off to Korea, he’s back.

 Lawrenceville Rotarians participated in Rotary Polio Day at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta where Rotary International received recognition for helping in the efforts to eradicate polio.  Pictured are Past President Nancy McGill, Rotarians David and Nina Freeman, and Rotary International presidential nominee John Germ.

Local Rotarians visit CDC and take POLIO LAB tour

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention celebrated World Polio Day, October 21st, by inviting Rotary International guests to a special tour and program at their facility in Atlanta. Rotary International has been a major contributor to the effort to eradicate polio from the world, and this event was designed to offer thanks for that support.