Exploring youth observe surgery at a vet clinic

The Exploring/Venturing Program provides exciting, high-adventure activities and one-on-one mentorship for youth interested in discovering their future. Whether you’re a local organization looking to strengthen the community or a youth – boys and girls, 14-20 years of age - wanting to uncover potential career possibilities, Exploring is a great place to start.

Lexi Flanders

Lexi Flanders, founder of “Pedals of Courage”, spoke to the Kiwanis Club of North Gwinnett on Tuesday, June 6, 2017, at the Buford Community Center.

Warren and Keisha Cameron

Simply faith, love, and family
By Beth Volpert

(Grayson, Ga) “We’ve been through some challenges and our faith’s been tested but we’re together and we’re stronger than ever,” begins Keisha Cameron as she smiles across the room at her husband, Warren.

Chief Tripp Powers
The Gwinnett Department of Community Supervision's Chief Tripp Powers.

Governor Deal’s GA-PRI or GA’s Prisoner Reentry Initiative
By Lee Robbins, Jr.

Tabernacle International Church, a large and inviting place of worship near the corner of Simonton Road and Grayson Highway, was host to The Department of Community Supervision’s (DCS) first GA-PRI Stakeholders Meeting on February 28th. The meeting convened state leaders, resource providers, volunteers, and service professionals to introduce Governor Deal’s new initiative, GA-PRI or GA’s Prisoner Reentry Initiative.

Jeremy Rutledge performing an Inward Dive

DIVER: Jeremy Rutledge
By Beth Volpert

Student athletes manage schedules that mirror those of high-powered business people. They work hard and they play hard. In everything they do, there is effort, focus, energy and character-building. For Jeremy Rutledge, life is no different. The Grayson High School senior is a member of his school swim and dive team as well as a diver for Atlanta Diving Association which practices at the GA Tech natatorium.