SUWANEE -- The Georgia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is offering low-cost pet vaccinations to the public. All proceeds from the clinic go to the care of animals at the facility.
On Saturday, the following procedures will be available: canine and feline rabies shots, $10; canine and feline distemper shots, $10; canine bordetella shots, $10; canine heartworm test, $25; microchip, $25; combo test, $25; nail clipping, $10.
The Georgia SPCA is located at 1175 Buford Highway, Suite 109, Suwanee.
For more information, call (678) 726-2726, or e-mail Jane Stewart at email@example.com.
Local co-founders appointed to committee
DULUTH -- Andrew Sullivan and Josh Schlieman, co-founders of Sullivan & Schlieman Wealth Management LLC in Duluth, have been appointed members of the Annual Fund Committee for Children's Healthcare of Atlanta.
In their role, Sullivan and Schlieman will help raise awareness and procure resources to further the mission of CHOA.
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, a not-for-profit organization, is "committed to enhancing the lives of children through excellence in patient care, research and education."
Said Schlieman: "Andrew and I are excited about lending our expertise to Children's Healthcare of Atlanta's Annual Fund Committee."
For more information, visit www.sullivanandschlieman.com, or call (678) 867-0500.
Fall Into the Arts Program draws nearly 1,000
LAWRENCEVILLE -- The Gwinnett County Public Library concluded its annual Fall into the Arts season at the Suwanee Music Barn last month.
Carrying on the 47-year tradition of bluegrass music, more than 260 fans enjoyed live music from the Everett Family Band and other local musicians such as Lisa & Randy and Friends, and Counterpoint.
Said Executive Director Nancy Stanbery-Kellam: "This wrap-up to a successful FITA season was a great example of Gwinnett's cultural riches that have been enjoyed for generations and need to be preserved as we continue to embrace what is new and expand our cultural tapestry."
The Suwanee Music Barn event was one of four similar programs hosted by the Gwinnett County Public Library this year..
The program series this year offered an opportunity for almost 1,000 Gwinnett residents to experience the arts.
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