Local News

Brenda Dana, Art Committee Chair, along with committee members Sandy McGuire and Pat Shaver and club president, Judy Nash, visited Arcado Elementary and presented Leah Ermias with her Best in Show 1st Place and 1st Place 5th Grade ribbons along with a $25 cash prize.

The Lilburn Woman’s Club continues its mission of promoting arts in the community with an annual Spring Art Show and competition. The 2019 competition included students from eleven schools in the municipal area, all of whom submitted their original work for the chance to win a $25 cash prize.

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Gwinnett Citizen News

Organizers of Harvest Gwinnett, an initiative of Live Healthy Gwinnett, will host two public meetings in May at the Lawrenceville Senior Center to discuss and share ideas about the new Community Garden, which will be located at Rhodes Jordan Park.

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Kristy Kind is member to a handful of Pickleball clubs both in Gwinnett and across Metro-Atlanta.  She plays at a private facility in Smokerise, Sugar Hill, the outdoor court at Suwanee Station, as well as at Bay Creek, Hammond Park in Sandy Springs and Chateau Elan.

While football may be king of the South, one little known sport is quickly gaining an audience in Gwinnett and across the country. “Pickleball” is emerging as a popular pastime for middle-aged adults seeking a low-intensity sport and for anyone who enjoys trying their ‘underhand’ at something new.

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Dr. Haynes and his wife Beverly at the celebration of his 31 years at Salem Missionary Baptist Church.

Reverend Dr. Richard Haynes has been Senior Pastor at Salem Missionary Baptist Church in Lilburn for 31 years. He preached his first message as a candidate for the pastor on the first Sunday in October 1987. Since 1987, he has led that church to grow in amazing ways.

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