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The contemporary instrumental group GRAY DOG DOWN will perform at the annual Gala Concert for the GA Music Camp at 7:00 PM on Saturday, June 9th, 2018 at St. Mary and St. Martha Episcopal Church, 4346 Ridge Rd, Buford, GA 30519. Advance tickets are available through Brown Paper Tickets at https://graydogbuford.bpt.me. General admission tickets are $12.00 and there are discounts for children, students, and family groups. Further information for the concert as well as the camp may be obtained by calling 470-266-1425.

Mr. & Mrs. Jim Cofer

James Cofer was born and raised in the Snellville area. He is related to almost all of the old families of Snellville, Britt’s, Snell’s, Clower’s, you name the family, and there is likely a genetic connection.

Gwinnett School of Mathematics Science and Technology (GSMST) heads a list of 10 Gwinnett County public high schools named among the best in the state and nation. U.S. News & World Report ranked the more than 20,500 public high schools in 50 states and the District of Columbia.

Lawrenceville – As part of the Gwinnett’s animal shelter’s Make May Magnificent Month, Gwinnett Animal Welfare and Enforcement is offering free vaccinated and spayed or neutered dogs or cats to veterans, active-duty military personnel, first responders and nurses, and doctors. The general public pays only $20.

Snellville — Recognized as a leading organization, Eastside Medical Center has been designated as a finalist for the IMPACT Regional Business Awards. Hosted by the Gwinnett Chamber, the program pays tribute to premier organizations in top industries that are driving economic development and job creation, while enhancing our quality of life.

Lawrenceville – The Board of Commissioners recently approved the installation of infrastructure that will allow County transportation engineers to communicate with traffic signals and cameras along four high-traffic corridors in Gwinnett. The Georgia Department of Transportation is funding the lion’s share of the construction contracts while the County’s portion comes from the 2009 SPLOST.