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Maternal Gynerations (pronounced Maternal Generations) has provided obstetrics and gynecological care for generations of women. Over the past 20 years, the practice functioned in a 14,000 square foot office on Old Norcross Road, in Lawrenceville.

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September 22nd ribbon cutting ceremony. L-R: Jennifer Martin, Tiffany Thomas, Shavaun Mincey, Roger Johns, Dr. Barbara Tucker, Dr. Pam J.Williams, Jessie Valdez, Lesli Seta, Akilah Grant, Kelly James,Junita Harris, Courtney Mitchell, Tanesha Richards, Susan Mancilla

Etched into the bricks of this new structure is a heartfelt message, “This pavilion is dedicated to the Bethesda Family - past, present and future - with love, from the 2017-18 PTA.” It’s no wonder that this sweet gem of a school inspired its PTA Board to take on the task of raising money, obtaining the required permits, and building this outdoor classroom.

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 Visitors learn about traditional Hawaiian fishing practices and ecosystem management through exciting digital interactive displays and games.

From duck decoys to surfboards, chocolate to popcorn, knowledge from indigenous people is of benefit to us all. The Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center's (GEHC) newest, interactive exhibit, allows visitors to explore how the blending of age-old traditions and modern science work together to restore vital ecosystems, provide sustainable food sources and improve human health.

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Volunteers clearing invasive plants at Jones Bridge Park.

Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation (GCPR) celebrated National Public Lands Day on Sept. 22 at Jones Bridge Park. The 30-acre park along the Chattahoochee river bank is the heartbeat of the Peachtree Corners community, offering adventure in just about any weather or season.

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