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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. The contestants will begin to grin and cheer […]

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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 and members of the general community together in […]

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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 was selected as the 2022 runner-up during the […]

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Gwinnett Cities By Personality Type!

Hey Gwinnett! What’s your opinion? Listen to this story! Have you ever thought about what personality type your city has? Probably not.But with all the different personality tests that get circulated these days, it was a question that recently came up here at Gwinnett Magazine and it led to a pretty fun conversation amongst our […]

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Leaders & Legends: Phillip Beard

On an August day in 1984, a man from Memphis, Tennessee came to town. He was doing the business of the federal government, charged with selling an old post office building in the downtown Buford square. City Commission Chairman Phillip Beard greeted him, and they walked across the street together. It was blistering hot outside. […]

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Derek M. Hays: The ‘Injury Insider’

Q: Just how effective is Derek M. Hays at getting compensation for his clients? A: He’s obtained more than $125 million for the injured and grieving since 1997. Touting 25 years of experience as a personal injury attorney, Derek M. Hays is among Georgia’s ELITE trial lawyers. He’s been consistently recognized for his work on […]

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Heroes Project 2022: Reese Hayhurst

People talk about being present – making the effort not to dwell in the past or spending precious time anticipating the future. It’s a discipline some find difficult to master. In December 2020, the Hayhursts of Buford would be dealt a crushing blow that weaker families couldn’t have endured. The silver lining they’d discover though […]

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In Dr. Stamm’s Classroom, Connections are Key!

Written by Micah Xu, Converge multimedia journalism intern and Junior at Gwinnett School of Math, Science & Technology (GSMST) Meet Dr. Stamm, a teacher working at the Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science, and Technology (GSMST), and a woman who focuses on teaching students the value of teamwork in the classroom. Dr. Stamm drew her inspiration […]

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Advice for Your Financial Future

Roger S. Green, MSFS, CFP®, and sons Andrew Green AIF® and Michael Green CWS, of Green Financial Resources, LLC (GFR) are here to help you with your financial planning and investment decisions. Roger has over 34 years of experience helping individuals and small business owners do more with their money. All three are National Social Security Advisor […]

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Leaders & Legends: Dr. William L. Sheals

There’s a framed illustration on the wall outside the office of Dr. William L. Sheals. It’s a rough pencil sketch of a church building and adjoining architecture on the back cover of a legal pad. Across the roof of one building are the words “ED. BLDG,” and on the other, “ADM. BLDG.”  Across the roof […]

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