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Alton C. Crews Middle School

Eastside Senior Team awarding Alton C. Crews Middle School principal and winning student Shayda Torab with $500 donation to their school in honor of this accomplishment. L-R: Dr. Stephen Higgins, Eastside Medical Center Chief Medical Officer, Amy Wheeler, Eastside Medical Center Chief Financial Officer, Dr. Omar Hadi, Mako Trained Orthopedic Surgeon at Eastside Medical Center, Dr. Stacey Schepens, Alton C. Crews Middle School Principal, Shayda Torab, Eastside Name Our Robot Contest Winner, Trent Lind, Eastside Medical Center Chief Executive Officer, Chad Lockhart, Eastside Medical Center Chief Operating Officer

Alton C. Crews Middle School student’s “R2-Knee2” wins hospital’s Name Our Robot contest

Eastside Medical Center celebrated the addition of the hospital’s new surgical robot, the Mako System robotic-arm, with an open house, ribbon cutting, and Name Our Robot awards ceremony on Thursday, October 25 at their main hospital located at 1700 Medical Way in Snellville. Attendees included hospital leaders, community leaders, chamber members, and Gwinnett and Walton County middle school principals, teachers, and students.

Crews Middle School students, with the help of Green Financial resources, were awarded for completing EverFi

Who wants to be a millionaire?

Times may have changed but each day we are faced with choices to make that can have life long effects, especially financial choices. The need for financial literacy is very important and has evolved with technology and learning. The younger you can begin being educated the better. According to many surveys, we are turning into a cashless society with over 70% of consumers saying they use less cash today than they did 10 years ago.