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Ghost Tours in Snellville

Ghosts and ghouls to occupy City Hall

SNELLVILLE – The grounds at City Hall will be transformed into an eerie landscape as ghouls will occupy the building during Ghost Tours scheduled for Oct. 24 and 31 and Nov. 1.

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Join us at the Grayson Farmer's Market for the freshest produce

Grayson Farmer's Market open through November
Fresh fall produce and locally made products each week

October 14 - GRAYSON, GA –  While many other local markets have shut down for the end of the summer season, the Grayson Farmers Market planned for an extended season with several local growers to provide produce through November. “In the early summer, several of our vendors asked to extend the market to allow for sales through the fall harvest,” explained Sylvia Still, the Market Manager.

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Artistic doors on display in Duluth

Doors to Homes & Hope Returns to Duluth
Artistic doors go up 

Duluth, GA (October 6, 2014) – More than a dozen artistic doors are on display on Duluth Town Green as part of the 2014 Doors to Homes & Hope exhibit presented by Gwinnett Habitat for Humanity and ArtWorks! Gwinnett.

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Green Financial staff at the event – Left to right:  Cait Patterson, Betty Huff, Tim Conway, Chase Lindsay, Amanda Gilbert, Skyler Hoshall, Laura Green, Roger Green, Jason Piper, Brittany Knowles, Kelly Schmidt, Marc Sporn, Stewart Fogleman, Erina Patterson, and Jeannie Gravett

Back to the Green for Success & Charity in 2014

They did it again!  Roger Green and Green Financial Resources, LLC (GFR) in Duluth held their 12th annual Charity Golf Classic at The River Club in Suwanee on Tuesday, September 23rd.  The event was to benefit Friends of Gwinnett County Senior Services, and with the help of many local sponsors, such as The Gwinnett Citizen Newspaper, they ended up raising over $40,000 this year!

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Representing Snellville’s Texas Roadhouse, Matt Knox, carefully trims a ribeye in the Texas Roadhouse Meat Cutting Competition at the University of Georgia Meat and Sciences Division.
A cut above - Quality is No. 1 at Texas Roadhouse
By John L. Byrwa

For something that tips the scales between a paltry 6 and 16 ounces, a professionally cut piece of meat can sure carry a lot of weight.

Just ask Matt Knox, whose proficiency with a meat-carving knife has not only led him into a challenging and gratifying career, it’s put him in position to earn a potentially life-changing payday.

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