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Club members Jeannie Schweck, Nadine Bily, Patty Gabilondo and Trish Biemiller

Our fabulous dedicated volunteers from the GFWC Lilburn Woman's Club (LWC) Education Program are bringing back the Little Free Library to Lilburn this summer. Bring a book, read a book and then return a book (or multiples) to encourage reading and fight illiteracy in our community.

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Deer dangers you don’t know – and what to do about them

Deer dangers you don’t know – and what to do about them

 It’s hard to live in suburbia these days and be unaware of the difficulties deer can cause homeowners. They lunch on your landscape and brazenly cross busy roads at the worst possible times.

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GTC students (left to right) Raj Patel, Computer Maintenance, Silver Medal;  James Stephens, Computer Programming, Gold Medal; and Aaron Beraki, Computer Programming, Silver Medal

State winners headed to national event

Lawrenceville –Gwinnett Tech students had a strong showing at the state SkillsUSA competition, with 13 placing in the competition and five earning gold medals to advance to the national competition later this summer.

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Tax Assessors Board Mails Annual Assessment Notices

Lawrenceville – Gwinnett County property owners will soon get the official assessment of their property’s value. Chief Appraiser Steve Pruitt said the Board of Assessors mailed approximately 260,000 annual notices of current assessment to residential and commercial real property owners on Friday, April 4, 2014. If you have not recieved yours yet, you will be recieving it soon.

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“Unique” Grayson Day has added meaning
By Randy Cox

The Grayson Day Festival held every April has always been special, but this year’s event has taken on added meaning.

On Saturday, April 26, the city will partner with the Make-A-Wish Georgia (MAW) chapter to grant wishes from four local children who are battling life-threatening diseases. 

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