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Monthly Archives: November 2016

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Splash Festival Grant Program Keeps Rolling!

Splash Festivals’ Grant Program keeps rolling as several worthy groups received funding for their important proposed projects. Splash Festivals established this program in 2015 to donate a significant portion of the profits from Norcross Art Splash for the purposes of art and education within the

What Does the Fox Say? Lookin’ Good City of Norcross

Skin Alley Transformed with “Tumblefield” Mural The before and after photos of Skin Alley says it all. The once mundane cinderblock building that could be seen by both drivers and pedestrians from the Alley, Lillian Webb Park and downtown, has now been transformed into a

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Deck the Hall Holiday Event on Duluth Town Green

“Deck the Hall” with Duluth this year! Formerly the Duluth Tree Lighting, Deck the Hall will help bring in the holiday spirit with a polar express train ride, a snow playground, Santa Claus and more! “Deck the Hall brings in more activities for families to

Veterans Honored Ashton Senior Living

Ashton  Senior Living, Lawrenceville, GA. Residents and guests, including some members of Philadelphia Winn Chapter NSDAR, observed and celebrated Veterans Day with a special program provided by Keynote Speaker Frank Marchese (HODAR—husband of DAR). Past Regent of Philadelphia Winn Chapter, Lydia McGill, current State Chair of Constitution Week,

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Loving to Learn for 20 YEARS

Peachtree Park Prep celebrated the end of their 20th Year of Loving to Learn with a Fall Festival Celebration for the current families and Alumni families October 28th and will have the 1st ANNUAL “I WAS A PREPPIE” national tee shirt Day, November 11th. During

Clockwise Miriam Machida, Regent Kitty Watters, Registrar Lizzie Jaeger, First Vice Regent Ann Story

Gwinnett’s Winn Plantation Receives Donation

The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution donated $766.00 to seal the exterior of the one room school house and barn at the Elisha Winn Plantation site (ca 1812) in Dacula, GA.  Funding for this project was made possible through the sponsorship of the