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Georgia Gwinnett Campus Lions Club officers and advisors accepted an invitation from Former President Jimmy Carter (left) and joined him for a visit at his home and Sunday School at his church on Nov. 9, 2014.  After Sunday School, Carter and the former first lady, Rosalynn (far right), posed for a photo with Campus Lions Co-Advisor Katie Buell, assistant director of Wellness Programming; Campus Lions Vice President Marcelo Clavarino; Campus Lions President Jehrvon Pearman; Campus Lions Co-Advisor Dr. Jim Fatzinger, senior associate provost for Student Affairs; and Campus Lions Treasurer Andrew Detherow.

GGC Campus Lions Club approved and chartered

Georgia Gwinnett College recently became home to the newest club chartered in Lions Club District 1 when GGC Campus Lions Club was officially chartered by Lions Clubs International. 

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Chairman presents 2015 budget proposal

(Lawrenceville, Ga., Nov. 18, 2014) – Gwinnett Commission Chairman Charlotte Nash presented a proposed $1.42 billion budget for fiscal year 2015 to the Board of Commissioners during a briefing on Tuesday.

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Let Snellville know if you found a balloon
Veterans Day balloon launch to become annual event

SNELLVILLE – Hundreds gathered on the Towne Green Tuesday to watch a Veterans Day tribute which saw about 200 LED-lit balloons fill the sky, an event city officials say they hope to make an annual tradition.

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Georgia Gwinnett College welcomed more than 4,000 new students for the 2014 fall semester at its annual “March through the Arch” ceremony in August.

GGC experiences largest growth in USG
Named most ethnically diverse college in South
by U.S. News & World Report

Once again, Georgia Gwinnett College is the fastest-growing institution within the University System of Georgia (USG), according to the system’s recent 2014 fall semester enrollment report. 

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