Georgia Senator Gloria Butler  with the inaugural Leadership Snellville class: Beverly Powers, Alisa Boykin, Michelle Munroe, Pose Staples, Connie Robinson, Rita Blake, Mack Brannon, Omotayo Aiyere, Dexter Harrison, Antonio Wallace and Crystal Moon (not pictured).

UPDATE: 'Leadership Snellville' update and clarification from Snellville Mayor Kelly Kautz regarding original press release from the Mayor's office 
By Auveed Bagheri Cawthon, Co-Publisher/Co-Editor

Snellville (September 1, 2014)- According to Snellville Mayor Kelly Kautz, Leadership Snellville is not an official City Program of Snellville as implied in an earlier press release (below from the Mayor's office). 

Back to School Jean Drive yields 140 pairs of jeans in 2014

Remember the excitement as a child of preparing for “Back to School” at the end of summer break? The   questions of “Who will be my teacher?  Will my friends be in my classes?   Will my BFF still be my BFF?   When can we shop for school supplies?  Not to mention, “What will I wear the first day of school?”

Drunk Drivers To Be Targeted Through Labor Day Holiday
Georgia Launching End-of-Summer Zero Tolerance DUI Campaign

The end of summer is near and to help make sure Georgia motorists get home from their barbeques and last-chance vacations safely, the Governor's Office of Highway Safety is joining the national impaired driving campaign Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over to help prevent drunk drivers from creating needless tragedy.

Counseling group honors Gwinnett professionals
Roberts Elementary’s Stacey Miller wins Georgia’s Counselor of the Year honor and Principal Linda Boyd of Twin Rivers Middle is GSCA Supervisor/Administrator of the Year

Two Gwinnett educators have been recognized as top professionals in their field by the Georgia School Counselors Association (GSCA).