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Show Support for Small Business Saturday!

We love our small businesses in Gwinnett and we love the passionate people behind them. From the mom and pops to the hidden gems, the corner stores and online shops, no matter what your business may be... today we celebrate! We celebrate your positivity, dedication and...

Free Sewing Event for Teachers: Threaded From Heaven

If You're A Teacher...  Threaded from Heaven is hosting a special event to celebrate Teachers. No previous sewing knowledge is necessary. We supply everything you need to make a cute and functional fabric tray.   November 11th at 6:30 -...

What is SPLOST and what does it do?

A penny sometimes makes all the difference. The Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax, or SPLOST, is a one-cent, voter-approved sales tax. It’s something Gwinnett Voters have approved since the mid-1980’s and it’s resulted in hundreds of projects that keep Gwinnett a great place to live, work...

Women and Investing!

https://vimeo.com/762675028 NEW PODCAST! Women and Investing with Roger S Green Planning and patience. Women are statistically likely to live a longer life and this means they’ll need their savings to last. When it comes to investing, it’s important...

Halloween Treats and Eats

Trick or treat! We know you've seen them circulating social media, the wacky fall foods our favorite restaurant chains are putting out. What are the terrifyingly good treats you can get at restaurants and chains this Halloween? Here's where you can get...

Cancer Awareness Calendar

In the United States, there are almost 2 million new cases of cancer every year according to the C.D.C. Cancer can be devastating, and it’s something at the heart of communities across the world. Currently, the United States promotes awareness for over thirty of the most common...

It’s Time to Paint Gwinnett Pink 2022

For the seventh year in a row, Gwinnett will have runners and walkers bearing the crisp October morning. Donning vibrant pink shirts, skirts, and bands, participants will ready themselves across a starting line at Coolray field. They will chatter amongst themselves as speakers amp up the crowd....

Murals to Remember : The Mansions Communities

Artists of all ages and skill levels will collaborate on a four-day project to paint a “memory” mural at The Mansions at Gwinnett Park Assisted Living & Memory Care from October 10 - 14. Open to the public, this free event is designed to bring residents, family...

Jamie Garcia Caycho Named Gwinnett County’s Top Teacher

Teachers of the year are recognized for being exceptional, dedicated, knowledgeable, and skilled teachers in active teaching status. For this reason, on June 3, 2022, Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) had the unique opportunity to name Jamie Garcia Caycho—a 1st grade teacher at Arcado Elementary School who...

Wisdom For Graduates With Roger S Green!

https://vimeo.com/722343103 Wisdom For Graduates: Talking Financial Fitness with Roger S Green. School is back in session and a new group of seniors prepare for their final year of High School. At the same time, recent graduates are starting...

Show Support for Small Business Saturday!

We love our small businesses in Gwinnett and we love the passionate people behind them. From the mom and pops to the hidden gems, the corner stores and online shops, no matter what your business may be... today we celebrate! We celebrate your positivity, dedication and...

Free Sewing Event for Teachers: Threaded From Heaven

If You're A Teacher...  Threaded from Heaven is hosting a special event to celebrate Teachers. No previous sewing knowledge is necessary. We supply everything you need to make a cute and functional fabric tray.   November 11th at 6:30 -...

What is SPLOST and what does it do?

A penny sometimes makes all the difference. The Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax, or SPLOST, is a one-cent, voter-approved sales tax. It’s something Gwinnett Voters have approved since the mid-1980’s and it’s resulted in hundreds of projects that keep Gwinnett a great place to live, work...

Women and Investing!

https://vimeo.com/762675028 NEW PODCAST! Women and Investing with Roger S Green Planning and patience. Women are statistically likely to live a longer life and this means they’ll need their savings to last. When it comes to investing, it’s important...

Halloween Treats and Eats

Trick or treat! We know you've seen them circulating social media, the wacky fall foods our favorite restaurant chains are putting out. What are the terrifyingly good treats you can get at restaurants and chains this Halloween? Here's where you can get...

Cancer Awareness Calendar

In the United States, there are almost 2 million new cases of cancer every year according to the C.D.C. Cancer can be devastating, and it’s something at the heart of communities across the world. Currently, the United States promotes awareness for over thirty of the most common...

It’s Time to Paint Gwinnett Pink 2022

For the seventh year in a row, Gwinnett will have runners and walkers bearing the crisp October morning. Donning vibrant pink shirts, skirts, and bands, participants will ready themselves across a starting line at Coolray field. They will chatter amongst themselves as speakers amp up the crowd....

Murals to Remember : The Mansions Communities

Artists of all ages and skill levels will collaborate on a four-day project to paint a “memory” mural at The Mansions at Gwinnett Park Assisted Living & Memory Care from October 10 - 14. Open to the public, this free event is designed to bring residents, family...

Jamie Garcia Caycho Named Gwinnett County’s Top Teacher

Teachers of the year are recognized for being exceptional, dedicated, knowledgeable, and skilled teachers in active teaching status. For this reason, on June 3, 2022, Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) had the unique opportunity to name Jamie Garcia Caycho—a 1st grade teacher at Arcado Elementary School who...

Wisdom For Graduates With Roger S Green!

https://vimeo.com/722343103 Wisdom For Graduates: Talking Financial Fitness with Roger S Green. School is back in session and a new group of seniors prepare for their final year of High School. At the same time, recent graduates are starting...