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Lilburn Resident, Joette Segars volunteering at Lilburn Daze in 2017.

It’s been two years since she retired from her position as Bookkeeper at Arcado Elementary, but Joette Segars has been as active as ever volunteering with Lilburn Woman’s Club and her church and serving on the City of Lilburn Boards.

Most people who know her say she’s the kind of person you see everywhere — volunteering at events and engaging those she meets with a smile.

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As Baby Boomers age into retirement by the millions each year, their growing health care needs require more people to administer that care. Home health and personal care aides are generally the same, providing services such as checking vitals, providing companionship, prepping meals and bathing and grooming clients. – USA Today.

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Twelve years ago, the “Purple Rain” star, Prince, graced the field at Dolphin Stadium for the Super Bowl XLI halftime performance. Nine years later, he would unexpectedly pass away, leaving behind a legacy of musical genius but also one of financial and legal chaos. What was the issue? Prince neglected to put in place a basic estate plan, leaving potential heirs quarreling over his fortune.

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The Stallions of Sugar Hill Christian Academy take home a shiny State Championship prize!

On February 9, 2019, the Girls JV High School basketball team at Sugar Hill Christian Academy (SHCA) celebrated their first State Championship after a long and challenging season. They defeated the first place Region Champions, Open Bible Chris-tian School on Feb. 8 at the GCAA Semifinal matchup and then went on to defeat Grace Christian School - Fayetteville, the following day in the championship game with the score of 25-15. 

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