Gwinnett County residents searching for long-lost relatives have new resources available to them through the Library. Gwinnett County Public Library added Findmypast, Fold3 and Gale Genealogy Connect to their genealogy catalog which already includes Ancestry Library Edition and HeritageQuest.

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Duluth - Forty leaders have been selected to Leadership Gwinnett, Gwinnett’s award-winning community leadership program for business, civic, and community leaders. The class of 2019 will take a deep dive into the many sectors of Gwinnett – infrastructure, economics, education, health and human services, justice, and regional relations. These leaders are committed to give their time, talent and resources to strengthen their personal and professional connection to the community.

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The Gwinnett Coalition for Health and Human Services recently launched a new website and a brand update. The organization, a public/private partnership, worked in collaboration with its Board of Directors and Rock Paper Scissors, a Lawrenceville-based branding and marketing firm, to bring the vision for these updates to life.

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The honoree Beauty P. Baldwin

The women of the Upsilon Alpha Omega and Psi Tau Omega chapters of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated parted with their pearls and pumps on May 19th to revitalize the playground at North Metro Academy of Performing Arts. More than 100 volunteers assisted in the efforts to enhance the playground.

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Tato Gayflorsee

Beginning this summer, participants at Snellville’s SarahCare, adult day care center will be experiencing activities under new leadership. This new leadership will continue to provide the same loving care the participants are accustomed to, but it will be offered by current employees who have been promoted to new positions within the organization.

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Jan Snell Houston, Johnny Kay Collier, LuAnne Snell Manry, Pam Snell Moon, James Buchanan

On May 30, 2018, Jan Snell Houston, friends and family joined together to participate in the first Adopt a Road for Harris Houston Memorial Clean up. Wisteria Drive was selected by his mother Jan because her Daddy, Hugh, grew up at his parents, Gladstone and Clemmie Snell, family home place facing 78 and backing up to the cemetery and what became Wisteria Drive.

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