Jane Beaver, Number 23 for Dacula High School,  (Circa 1954)

Everyone called her little, but number four was anything but. Jane Franklin Beaver was the biggest player on the basketball court.

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(L-R) Megan Rose Houchins, Fine Arts Academy Coordinator Central Gwinnett High School, Arzell Thompson, Jr., local artist/gallery owner, Nancy Gullickson, and Jocelyn ‘JRenee’ Wason, author, entertainer, motivational speaker.

“Artists see the world differently,” said Nancy Gullickson, former Executive Director of the Gwinnett Council for the Arts, at a fine arts competition award ceremony held in her honor.

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Veteran Banker Doug Higgins Named Atlanta Metro President

United Community Bank is pleased to strengthen its Atlanta leadership through the announcement of veteran banker Doug Higgins as its new Atlanta Metro President. This is a new role within the organization, which has nearly 30 branches across the Atlanta area and nearly 150 branches in the Southeast.

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Gwinnett Citizen News

Ken and Patty Lindahl are “famous” in the K-12 performing arts world… and while their names may not be in lights, they are prominently displayed at Brookwood High School which recently dedicated its theater in their honor. The Ken and Patty Lindahl Performing Arts Center recognizes the duo’s 30 years of service as the school’s theatre directors prior to their retirement.

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