Suwanee Unveils Gwinnett County’s First Bike Share Program An exciting new transportation option has come to Gwinnett County! The City of Suwanee unveiled its new bike share program recently at Town Center Park. Sponsored by CIGNA and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, bike station structures –
Light Up The Corners, Inc. presented $25,000 to the Robert D. Fowler YMCA at the Board of Directors meeting on October 18, 2016. Nearly 1,000 runners and walkers participated in the 4th annual Light Up The Corners Twilight Trot and Glow Run on August 13th,
Gwinnett County is blessed with an exceptionally high number of excellent public and independent schools that serve the most diverse population in the state of Georgia. From a parental perspective, this creates an incredibly competitive school landscape that ultimately serves children well at all levels.
At its recent GOALTenders Conference, the Georgia GOAL Scholarship Program awarded its 2015 GOAL Achiever Award to Cornerstone Christian Academy, based in Peachtree Corners. Colin Creel, Cornerstone’s Headmaster, and Mary Miesiaszek, Cornerstone’s GOALTender, accepted the award from GOAL President, Lisa Kelly. Senator David Shafer (R-Duluth),
Governor Nathan Deal recently announced, the appointment of Dr. Isiah Hill to the Board of the Georgia Professional Standards Commission for a three-year term. Dr. Hill will have a voice in shaping the educational and professional requirements standards related to certifications for the entire state
Alexander Fine Art presents Beyond Boundaries, the upcoming exhibition featuring the sculpture of Gregory Johnson. The special presentation of new and previous works will be on view at R Alexander from October 21 to November 18, 2016.
Your age, lifestyle and family play role in prevention By Dr. Amelia B. Zelnak There’s no magic formula that predicts who will be diagnosed with breast cancer and no one is absolutely not at risk for breast cancer. Breast cancer is typically most treatable when
Last year a group of civic-minded community members met at the Peachtree Corners City Hall to consider constructing a monument to honor America’s military veterans in the city. The outcome of the meeting was the formation of the Peachtree Corners Veterans Monument Association (PCVMA) with