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September 2016  |  Issue 27 (View the Original Email)

  • People To Know: Derek Hays
    Derek M. Hays has been serving the Gwinnett area for over 20 years. His practice handles cases involving personal injury, catastrophic injury, wrongful death and nursing home abuse/injury/death.
  • Hudgens to Host Indie Craft Market in Duluth
    Between 11am and 6pm on Saturday, September 10th, join The Hudgens and over 75 vendors and food trucks in this free craft market. Throughout the day, experience great food and a variety of crafts, including free make ‘n’ take projects.
  • South Gwinnett Rotary Club Hosts Duck Derby to Raise Funds for Youth
    Children and youth will be the winners as the Rotary Club of South Gwinnett County hosts the Gwinnett Duck Derby at the West Gwinnett Park & Aquatic Center in Norcross on Saturday, September 10.

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August 2016  |  Issue 23 (View the Original Email)

Gwinnett Headlines

TOTY - Hero ImageConnor, 39, was previously chosen for Teacher of the Year in 2005, nominated for the award an additional four times, and was a finalist still three other times.  Read More!

Gwinnett Heads Back to School Aug. 8
thumb_gcpsGwinnett County Public Schools will welcome students back on Monday, August 8th. Get ready for new students, new teachers, new schools, new programs, and new lunch items.

New (School) Year, New You
thumb_new school yearForget Jan. 1. Parents know the real new year begins when you can smell the fresh pink erasers and hear the clatter of brand new pencils on still-smooth notebook covers.

New Schools Host Events for Students and Parents
thumb_gcpsGCPS opens two new schools this fall — Coleman Middle School and Baldwin Elementary School. Both schools will hold the traditional “Meet Your Teacher” event on Thursday, August 4.

Renters Insurance a Smart move for Students and Parents
thumb_renters insurnace shutterstock_325745729As the start of the college school year approaches, students moving out of the house or off campus may want to consider purchasing renters insurance.

Best Bets for Back to School
thumb_best bets for back to schoolWhether it’s the first backpack for kindergarten or a new laptop to help make the most of freshman lecture courses, grabbing all the right gear is essential for a smooth start to the new school year.


Recipes of the Week

Pledge to Pack a Better Lunchbox
thumb_lunchboxIf good eating habits have fallen by the wayside during the summer break, you can kick off this school year right by pledging to guide your family toward healthier lunches.

Healthier School Lunches and Snacks
thumb_pack healthyHere are some tips for packing healthy and delicious allergy-friendly lunches and snacks that fuel kids’ active minds and bodies all day long.

Lifehack of the Week

Tips for a Smooth Transition Back to School
thumb_lifehackHelp your child feel prepared and confident to tackle whatever the school year brings with these tips for a successful start.


Recipes of the Week

Pledge to Pack a Better Lunchboxthumb_lunchboxIf good eating habits have fallen by the wayside during the summer break, you can kick off this school year right by pledging to guide your family toward healthier lunches.

Healthier School Lunches and Snacksthumb_pack healthyHere are some tips for packing healthy and delicious allergy-friendly lunches and snacks that fuel kids’ active minds and bodies all day long.

Lifehack of the Week

Tips for a Smooth Transition Back to Schoolthumb_lifehackHelp your child feel prepared and confident to tackle whatever the school year brings with these tips for a successful start.


June 2016  |  Issue 17 (View the Original Email)

Gwinnett Headlines

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13 Community Leaders Vying to Kiss a Pig
It’s official! Thirteen community leaders have qualified and publicly announced their candidacy for election year 2016. The thirteen candidates are running for HAMerica’s Vote and the opportunity to pucker up and kiss a pig in support of programs and services for men and women with autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, and other forms of developmental disabilities. The nominees are:

Marlon Allen – Victorious Living Church /Rotary Club
Lisa Anders – Explore Gwinnett
Bryan Cohen – Quantum National Bank
Pastors Mark & Linda Dabney – Disciples’ Cross International
Paula Hastings – Accent Creative Group
Bucky Johnson – Mayor, City of Norcross
North Johnson – Gwinnett Braves
Kelly Kelkenberg – Councilman, City of Duluth
Linnea Miller – Councilmember, City of Suwanee
Andy Morgan – Morgan Law Group
Veronica Pomeranz – Atlanta Counseling and Wellness, LLC
Karen Fine Saltiel – Primerica
Richard Steele – Gwinnett County Tax Commissioner

Read More!

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Andersen Named Atlanta Real Estate Lawyer of the Year
Thomas J. Andersen, founding partner of Andersen, Tate & Carr, is listed in The Best Lawyers in America and has been named “Lawyer of the Year” for Real Estate Law in Atlanta for 2016.
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Gwinnett Schools Honored For Customer Service Hopkins Elementary School, Norton Elementary School, and Peachtree Elementary School have been named 2016 Georgia Family-Friendly Partnership School Award winners.
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Peach Tour Starts at Norcross Community Market
On Saturday, June 18th, Norcross Community Market will host the very first stop of Peach Tour 2016. Patrons will have a chance to learn how to make peach smoothies, enjoy family friendly activities, and shop at a variety of market booths.
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Gwinnett Chamber’s 5th Annual Button Down Dash 5K & 10K
The Gwinnett Chamber’s 5th Annual Button Down Dash 5K & 10K, held on August 6th, will benefit Gwinnett Coalition for Health and Human Services

Recipe of the Week

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Americans love their coffee. Millions of people drink at least one cup of coffee per day and many get their caffeine fix with a specialty coffee drink. If you enjoy a morning cup of coffee, here are a few ways to create gourmet coffee drinks at home.
Lifehack of the Week

thumb_lifehack 13095_AWeed Out Gardening Injuries

Gardening has many health benefits, but you need to ensure that you’re not putting undue strain on your body. Lawn and garden expert Lance Walheim, author of “Lawn Care for Dummies,” knows a thing or two about the aches that can come with spending hours doing what you love in your garden. By using these tips, along with latest ergonomically-designed gardening tools, you can take care of your lawn – and your body.


June 2016  |  Issue 16 (View the Original Email)

Gwinnett Headlines

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Gwinnett Commuting, By the Numbers
Think your commute is great? Terrible? Longer (or shorter) than average? For a clear picture of the commuter’s situation in Gwinnett, have a look at these interactive charts.  Read More!

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Gwinnett County Public Library to Host Bestselling Author Brad Thor
Thor’s latest book is Foreign Agents, a nonstop thrill ride that is filled with action, intrigue, and edge-of-your-seat suspense, reaffirming Thor’s position as the “master of thrillers.”
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Gwinnett Place Community Improvement District Announces $27 Million Expansion
The expansion includes six land parcels with a total fair market value of almost $27 million and brings GPCID’s membership to 245 commercial properties.
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Suwanee Asking Citizens What They Would Like in New Park
The City of Suwanee is in the early planning stages of a new park, and wants to know what citizens would like to see in the new communal space.
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Lawrenceville’s Former City Manager Honored
Former Lawrenceville City Manager Robert “Bob” Baroni received the Lifetime Service Award from the Georgia Municipal Association in recognition of his 42 years of service to the city.

Recipe of the Week

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Rocket Fuel by Matt Kadey

Make Summertime Snacking Nutritious, Delicious

For many, summertime is synonymous with outdoor adventures and on-the-go activities. Choosing smart snacks that are simple to make, packed with nutrition and taste great can help power you up without slowing you down.
Lifehack of the Week

thumb_LIFEHACK 13151Simple Tips to Relieve Clutter Distress

When the clutter bins are full, or worse yet, you don’t have adequate storage areas built into your home, the hardest part is getting started. Focus on these common problem spaces to contain the clutter before it gets out of hand.


June 2016  |  Issue 15 (View the Original Email)

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Gwinnett Home Values Grew, 2004-2015
Data from Black Knight Financial Services shows that Gwinnett-area home prices grew in most zip codes from 2004 to 2015, outpacing the national average in many areas.  Read More!

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GCPS Mentoring Program Awards Students Scholarships
Scholarships worth a total of $4,000 were awarded to four students in Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) Community-Based Mentoring Program.
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Sonesta Gwinnett Place Atlanta to Host Coffee with a Cop
As part of their culture of caring, Sonesta Gwinnett Place Atlanta will be the next destination to host Coffee with a Cop, an ongoing event implemented by the Gwinnett County Police Department.
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Georgia United Credit Union Surpasses $1 Billion in Assets
Debbie Smith, President & CEO, shared the achievement at Georgia United’s Annual Shareholders’ Meeting this spring.
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GAC Raises $30 Million, Surpassing Goal
GAC President Dr. David Fincher said, “It’s in our DNA to strive for the absolute best in research-based learning aligned with powerful character building programs and people.”

Recipe of the Week

thumb_recipe 13279Pick Your Cherries and Eat Them Too

Now that sweet cherry season is officially here, these summertime rubies are a must-have for any barbecue or party. But first things first, what should someone look for when searching for the perfect cherry?
Lifehack of the Week

thumb_lifehack 132685 Tips to Get More Out of Your Backyard

Once warmer weather arrives, there is nothing better than spending time outside on your deck or patio. But before you can enjoy those outdoor spaces to the fullest, you need to put in a little work to make them feel fresh and new again.


May 2016  |  Issue 14 (View the Original Email)

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Consignment Innovator, thredUP, Brings 300 Jobs to Gwinnett
Governor Nathan Deal announced today that thredUP, a leading online marketplace for consumers to buy and sell secondhand women’s and children’s clothing, will establish a distribution and warehouse operation in Gwinnett County.  Read More!

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Tyler Yu Named Dean of GGC School of Business
Following a search, Dr. Tyler T. Yu, professor of economics and accounting, has been named dean of the Georgia Gwinnett College School of Business, succeeding Dr. Victoria Johnson.
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Adventures in Art Summer Camp
The Hudgens offers seven weekly fine art camps for budding young artists starting the week of June 6. Each week is an all-new experience themed with different projects and activities. Register early, as space is limited.
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At Aurora Theatre, It’s Electric!
An exciting science exploration of electricity and heat, kids of all ages are invited into the Big Thinkers Science Exploration lab, where education and fun are combined!
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PCOM Commencement Ceremony Celebrates Nearly 300 Graduates
Georgia Campus—Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (GA-PCOM) held the College’s eighth annual commencement ceremonies on Friday, May 27.

Recipe of the Week
thumb_recipe 13210Steakhouse Quality in Your Own Backyard

Here’s a secret: You know those delicious steaks you pay top dollar for at steakhouses? You can come close to replicating them in your own backyard with a quality cut from your local grocery store.

Lifehack of the Week
thumb_lifehack 13226Easy Tips to Keep Kids Active this Summer

With the school year complete, kids are excited to relax after a year of hard work, learning and extracurricular activities. However, this may lead to the temptation of sitting on the couch watching TV or playing on a computer or mobile device.


May 2016  |  Issue 13 (View the Original Email)

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Gwinnett Chamber Names 2016 IMPACT Award Winners
Designed to be reflective of and unique to Gwinnett and across the metro Atlanta area, the Gwinnett Chamber honored more than 100 finalist organizations, across nearly ten industry categories at the IMPACT Regional Business Awards, presented by BB&T.   Read More!

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Brian and Nola Klaubert Named Franchisees of the Year
The Christian Brothers Automotive franchisees share their keys to successful ownership: a win-win-win among customers, their employees, and the business.
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Spouses, Navy Vets Among St. Leo’s Graduating Class
About 260 students from the Marietta, Gwinnett, and Morrow education centers of Saint Leo will graduate at noon, Saturday, May 28, at Cobb Energy & Performing Arts Centre.
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PCOM’s Venture Fund To Fuel Innovation In Primary Care
The fund will invest in companies with established products and services that are healthcare-related and focused on primary care.
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Duluth Celebrates Our Veterans & Service Members
The City of Duluth is gearing up for a Memorial Day Service to be held on Duluth Town Green in honor of our veterans and service members.

Recipe of the Week

thumb_13134_STILL_noplyrSeafood Recipes for Champions

Whether you’re a competitive sprinter chasing a new record or an everyday gym hound looking to get the most from your workout, seafood is among the best foods to support an athletic lifestyle.

Lifehack of the Week

thumb_lifehack 13110DIY Drain Tips and Hacks

When it comes to fixing household clogs, don’t be afraid to do it yourself. Skip the plumber and keep your drains running smoothly at their maximum capacity.


May 2016  |  Issue 12 (View the Original Email)

Georgia Gwinnett College holds its Spring 2016 commencement ceremony with Aimee Copeland delivering the commencement address Thursday, May 12, 2016, in Lawrenceville, Ga. (David Tulis/GGC Special)

Aimee Copeland inspires Georgia Gwinnett College Grads
Georgia Gwinnett College awarded more than 470 bachelor’s degrees at today’s commencement ceremony, held on the college’s campus. An estimated 5,000 attended.   Read More!

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Wealth Horizon named Business of the Month
Wealth Horizon Inc., a Duluth financial advisor and Best of Gwinnett winner, has been named the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce’s Chairman’s Club Business of the Month for May, 2016.
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GCPS CEO/Superintendent Alvin Wilbanks on the Class of 2016
After 13 years of hard work during their K-12 academic careers, more than 11,600 seniors are preparing to walk across the stage to receive their high school diploma from Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS).
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Braselton Hospital Celebrates Emergency Services Week
During this week, hospitals, communities, healthcare organizations, survivors and EMS agencies will recognize the EMS professionals who help save lives every day.
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Shred Those Documents in Duluth This Saturday
Georgia United Credit Union, in partnership with Iron Mountain, will host a free Shred Day event on Saturday, May 21, 2016, from 9 am – 12 pm at its Satellite Boulevard branch in Duluth.

Recipe of the Week
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Sushi, Homemade and Affordable

If you’re looking for a way to indulge your sushi cravings while sticking to your monthly budget, surimi seafood is a great alternative to raw seafood that you can prepare right at home.

Lifehack of the Week


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Save Time With Early Voting

Gwinnett County Elections encourages voters to skip the lines on Election Day and take advantage of early voting before the May 24 General Primary/Nonpartisan General Election.

 


May 2016  |  Issue 11 (View the Original Email)

Owners Dave Landry, Adam Sokol, and Jeff Jacobs address guests during ribbon cutting event

Owners Dave Landry, Adam Sokol, and Jeff Jacobs address guests during ribbon cutting event

Surgical Packaging Company Relocates to Peachtree Corners

Stradis Healthcare, a leader in custom surgical packs and medical kits, showed off its new 70,000 square-foot facility on Monday. The 16-year-old business is relocating from its Lawrenceville facility in the next 30 days to its new office and warehouse space in the Northwoods Office Park.  Read More!

This Week’s Top Stories!

Recipe of the Week

Not Your Mama’s Strawberry Recipes

It’s peak season for the delicious, versatile strawberry. From roasted strawberry ice cream to strawberry rose butter, here are a few fun and simple recipes to get you thinking  creatively about strawberries.

Lifehack of the Week

5 Hacks for Greener, Happier Living

Whether you take shorter showers, reduce food waste or make eco-minded choices at the grocery store, adopting one simple habit can make a difference in protecting Earth’s natural resources.


May 2016  |  Issue 10 (View the Original Email)

College Gives Shape to Your Dreams

Dreams are big by nature—and out there. They jump from “I want” to “Look at me” faster than an X-Wing Starfighter. But in the real world, you need a foundation of knowledge, training, and experience to make your dreams fly. You need a college education. It’s not a new idea, but it’s still a part of the American Dream, because it works.  Read More!

This Week’s Top Stories!

Recipe of the Week

cinco thumbCelebrate a Sweet Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo provides a great excuse to make irresistible Mexican-inspired recipes for entertaining and, of course, a big batch of margaritas to wash it all down. Fresh sweet corn is an essential component of many Mexican dishes and a cultural staple. Luckily, Cinco de Mayo falls right in the middle of sweet corn season.

Lifehack of the Week

lifehack thumbHow to Manage To-Dos and Capture Ideas on the Go

When your to-do list is miles long and deadlines are looming, it can be hard to tap into a creative, problem-solving mindset. Creating a more intentional approach to productivity will let you shift gears to not only cross items of your list, but to deliver higher quality, more effective work.


April 2016  |  Issue 9 (View the Original Email)

Partnership Gwinnett's Annual Movers & Makers Awards Announced

Partnership Gwinnett’s Movers & Makers Awards Announced

Partnership Gwinnett, in collaboration with Gwinnett Technical College, announced the winners of its 5th Annual Movers & Makers Awards during a ceremony held March 17th at the Infinite Energy Forum. Read More!

This Week’s Top Stories!

Recipe of the Week
SangriaSangria With a Southern Flair

If you’re looking for a special and unique drink this spring, the folks at Beverage SuperStore suggest the following Sangria Recipe with a southern flair, sure to impress and please your guests.

Lifehack of the Week


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Up Your Google Game

Google does all sorts of things they haven’t really bothered to tell anyone about, and some are more useful than others. Here are a few we use all the time. You should too.


April 2016  |  Issue 8 (View the Original Email)

Selfless in a ‘Selfie’ World

These Gwinnett Teens are Putting the Focus on Others

In a selfie world where image is everything and self is central, it is almost surprising to see the next generation of leaders (currently in high school) giving us examples of selflessness that each of us can learn from. Gwinnett’s Relay For Life gives these students an opportunity to do something for others that haven’t gotten the lives they expected. Read More!

This Week’s Top Stories!

Recipe of the Week
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Four Things to do With an Avocado

Nothing that tastes good is actually good for you, right? But it turns out that avocados are packed with crazy health benefits. They happen to be full of the beneficial kind of fat, monounsaturated fat, that is high in “good” HDL cholesterol. With these recent clarifications, the world has gone avocado crazy! Now deemed a “super fruit,” you might find an avocado in your drink, on a BLT, or used as a spread.

Lifehack of the Week

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A Man’s Guide to DIY

You know the old joke about men being too proud to stop and ask for directions? The truth is we”re not lost. We”re just improvising, charting a creative new route to the destination. Well, just in case you don”t believe that, technology has turned the whole matter into a non-issue.

 


April 2016  |  Issue 7 (View the Original Email)

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Mitsubishi Electric Classic Tees Off This Week
The PGA TOUR Champions Mitsubishi Electric Classic returned this week to TPC Sugarloaf in Gwinnett County in Georgia for the fourth year, led by reigning champion Olin Browne. Notable players in the field include several former major champions. Read More!

This Week’s Top Stories!

Recipe of the Week

bbq smoking gunGreat (and Easy) DIY Barbecue

Barbecue sauces (including whether and when to use them) attract more bickering per capita than politics, religion, and smartphone choice combined. This is precisely because people have their own preferences… which is a great reason to tailor your sauce to fit your personal inclinations.

BONUS: Use a handheld smoker to infuse your barbecue with the flavor of your choice, easily.

Lifehack of the Week

shutterstock_258963542 binder clipBinder Clip Hacks

The binder clip has been around since 1910 and it’s easy to think that, in our digital and increasingly paperless world, they’d be getting less useful all the time. Not so.


April 2016  |  Issue 6 (View the Original Email)

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Amazing Entrepreneur Competition Accepting Business Plans
The sixth annual Amazing Entrepreneur Contest recognizes the best business plan summary in two categories – Established Business and Pre-Venture – and will award more than $25,000 in cash and prizes to Gwinnett County start-ups. Read More!

This Week’s Top Stories!


March 2016  |  Issue 5 (View the Original Email)

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This Mom Rocks. And Inspires, and Makes Breakfast for the Band.
Randy Martens, mother of drummer Michael Martens, was there for members of O Brother from the very beginning. Awaiting the release of their fourth full-length album, Michael and Randy think back over the early years of the band and the supportive role she took on as a mother. Read More!

This Week’s Top Stories!


March 2016  |  Issue 4 (View the Original Email)

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Did You Spot Captain America in Downtown Lawrenceville?
Metro Atlanta is now number three in productions in the U.S. behind Los Angeles and New York and the industry is paying attention. More than 100 industry-related businesses have relocated to Georgia, including Gwinnett. Hollywood is no longer a location, but a state of mind. And if you haven’t felt the impact yet, you are about to! Read More!

This Week’s Top Stories!

 


March 2016  |  Issue 3 (View the Original Email)

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Teaching Your Little Ones How to Save the Big Ones
Financial skills are important to navigating life. How to save, balance a check book, apply for a credit card, invest – the list is endless. That’s why it’s never too early to start with your children. As a parent, you carry the responsibility of supplementing the financial education that our schools lack. Read More!

This Week’s Top Stories!


March 2016  |  Issue 2 (View the Original Email)

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Get One Last Kick Out of Winter
We just “sprang forward,” but we hear there’s still a blast of cold weather headed our way this weekend. You might want to be ready with some comfort food on hand, and our Spicy Chicken Chili fits the bill. Read More!

This Week’s Top Stories!


August 2016  |  Issue 23 (View the Original Email)

Gwinnett Headlines

TOTY - Hero ImageConnor, 39, was previously chosen for Teacher of the Year in 2005, nominated for the award an additional four times, and was a finalist still three other times.  Read More!

Gwinnett Heads Back to School Aug. 8thumb_gcpsGwinnett County Public Schools will welcome students back on Monday, August 8th. Get ready for new students, new teachers, new schools, new programs, and new lunch items.

New (School) Year, New Youthumb_new school yearForget Jan. 1. Parents know the real new year begins when you can smell the fresh pink erasers and hear the clatter of brand new pencils on still-smooth notebook covers.

New Schools Host Events for Students and Parentsthumb_gcpsGCPS opens two new schools this fall — Coleman Middle School and Baldwin Elementary School. Both schools will hold the traditional “Meet Your Teacher” event on Thursday, August 4.

Renters Insurance a Smart move for Students and Parentsthumb_renters insurnace shutterstock_325745729As the start of the college school year approaches, students moving out of the house or off campus may want to consider purchasing renters insurance.

Best Bets for Back to Schoolthumb_best bets for back to schoolWhether it’s the first backpack for kindergarten or a new laptop to help make the most of freshman lecture courses, grabbing all the right gear is essential for a smooth start to the new school year.


Recipes of the Week

Pledge to Pack a Better Lunchboxthumb_lunchboxIf good eating habits have fallen by the wayside during the summer break, you can kick off this school year right by pledging to guide your family toward healthier lunches.

Healthier School Lunches and Snacksthumb_pack healthyHere are some tips for packing healthy and delicious allergy-friendly lunches and snacks that fuel kids’ active minds and bodies all day long.

Lifehack of the Week

Tips for a Smooth Transition Back to Schoolthumb_lifehackHelp your child feel prepared and confident to tackle whatever the school year brings with these tips for a successful start.


March 2016  |  Issue 1 (View the Original Email)

Every year, the Gwinnett Magazine editors go in search of the best. After months of research and thousands upon thousands of votes cast from our readers, we’re excited to present some of Gwinnett’s best businesses.

Show some love to these great organizations!
Every year, Gwinnett Magazine editors go in search of the best. After months of research and thousands upon thousands of votes cast from our readers, we’re excited to present some of Gwinnett’s best businesses.

In a community with 900,000 people living in 437 square miles, there are hundreds of businesses with an active, loyal following of exuberant fans. The field of categories is vast. The great companies represented are impressive. And the local pride and cooperative support is a great tribute to all who call Gwinnett home.

Join us in celebrating small businesses and the customers who honor them
with their support. Together, we make Gwinnett simply the best.  Read More!

This Week’s Top Stories!

 

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