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A Remembrance of 9/11

The City of Duluth and The Dream Keepers present “A Remembrance of 9/11” with guest speakers Kathy Fincher and Rodney M. Cook Jr. Learn how this world tragedy reshaped a Georgia patriot forever.

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Gwinnett Citizen News

Gwinnett County Eco-Focused Nonprofit Teams Up with Organizers for 31st Annual Lake Lanier Shore Sweep and 2019 Yellow River Trash Bash on September 14

Saturday, September 14 has all the makings for a very busy day in Gwinnett thanks to two water-focused cleanup events: the 31st Annual Lake Lanier Shore Sweep and the 4th Annual Yellow River Trash Bash. Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful is proud to team up with the organizers of both events and would like to issue a call to volunteers to take part in the event of their choosing. Both are intended to clean up the shores, waters and land surrounding two important water sources in Georgia – Lake Lanier and the Yellow River.

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At McClure Health Science High School, students will have access to innovative technology, including 3D digital maps of the human body.

This August, a group of 632 students begin the school year at the new McClure Health Science High School in Duluth — a $38 million-dollar Gwinnett County Public Schools facility where high school students can earn college credit and industry experience while working towards their diploma.

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Peachtree Christian Health includes living spaces where participants can socialize while enjoying wellness, therapeutic, and educational activities.

It is estimated that there are more than 1.6 million caregivers in the metro Atlanta area and at least 266,000 right here in Gwinnett County. There are parents in our community caring for adult children with developmental disabilities, traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries, autism, cystic fibrosis, mental illness, and other ongoing medical conditions. Some families are caring for aging parents whose physical or mental capacities are beginning to fail. There are spouses of disabled loved ones, families coping with long-term treatments or debilitating chronic diseases, and a large number of disabled veterans needing support.

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In 1976 a young woman with a very special talent-spotted an article in a Farmer's Market brochure looking for vendors for an event called Lilburn Daze. It would be the third year of Lilburn Daze and hosted by the Lilburn Woman's Club and the City of Lilburn and would be held in a K-Mart parking lot in Lilburn.

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