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In partnership with Gwinnett County Fire and Emergency Services, GA Dept of Public Health, and Gwinnett County
Wednesday, September 5 at 1:00 pm
Bethesda Senior Center
225 Bethesda Church Road, Lawrenceville 30044

Every year in Gwinnett County, there are over 3,400 visits to the ER by residents age 55 and older due to falls. Serious falls are NOT an inevitable part of aging. Learn how to protect yourself.

To recap a week of team-building activities during the Ashworth College
Spirit Week sponsored by the Ashworth College Student Services Department,
the team collected donations for a local charity, the Norcross Co-Op.

Community service is embedded in the Ashworth College commitment to helping others succeed. Besides assisting students with their studies and helping them navigate to graduation, the Ashworth College Student Services department routinely contributes to causes that create a better life for needy families.

The Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday approved a contract that will allow Graves Park in west Gwinnett to offer features to help patrons beat the heat and engage in some pickup soccer.

Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation's aquatics staff won first place in the annual statewide lifeguard competition. From left to right are Arthur Bedard, Jacob Finco, Aiden Hall, Aliyah Berry, Joel Nickerson, Holly Smith, Aaron Murdock, Cole Hembree, and Christen Hardy.

Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation lifeguards won first place at the annual Georgia Recreation and Park Association State Lifeguarding Competition, held at Lake Oconee in Greene County on July 16. Gwinnett County lifeguards came from several different aquatics facilities across the County and were selected based on their outstanding attention to safety, CPR/AED, first aid, teamwork and athletic skills. Guards honed these skills over the course of the summer with both written and physical skill practice.