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GAB: Senior community makes donation to veterans

LAWRENCEVILLE -- Laurel Grove independent senior living community, located at 2899 Five Forks Trickum Road in Lawrenceville, recently made a $1,563 donation to the Outward Bound for Veterans program as part of parent company Holiday Retirement's national fundraising effort.

Holiday Retirement and its 278 U.S. independent senior living communities donated a total of $1.2 million through a three-month fundraising campaign.

Outward Bound for Veterans is a non-profit program that helps returning service members and recent veterans readjust to life at home by providing challenging wilderness trips, which encourage healing and help rebuild confidence.

To learn more about the Outward Bound program, visit www.outwardbound.org.

Laurel Grove is one of Holiday Retirement's more than 300 independent retirement living communities throughout the United States and Canada. For more information, call (770) 982-9969 or visit www.laurelgrove.net.

Fundraiser planned for Hebron

DACULA -- The Akins Ford Drive One 4UR School athletic fundraiser is scheduled for 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. April 13 at Hebron Christian School, where drivers are needed to raise money for the school.

Participation is free, and for every person that agrees to drive a Ford vehicle, the dealership will donate $20 to the Christian school.

The campus is located at 2975 Old Peachtree Road, Dacula. For more information, visit www.hebronlions.org or call (770) 962-5423.

Golf Association teams up with Duluth business

DULUTH -- The American Junior Golf Association has named Signs Now Duluth as the preferred signage provider of the AJGA through 2016.

"We are excited to formally have the support of Signs Now Duluth," said Jason Etzen, AJGA chief business officer. "This relationship allows us to put more of our resources into providing top quality tournament experiences for our junior golfers and still give the AJGA and its sponsors a strong presence on site."

The AJGA began its relationship with Signs Now Duluth in 2008. The business will continue to provide the AJGA and its affiliates with preferred pricing through the duration of the agreement.

The American Junior Golf Association is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the overall growth and development of young men and women who aspire to earn college golf scholarships through competitive junior golf. For more information, contact Roseanna Smith at (678) 425-1741 or e-mail rsmith@ajga.org.

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kevin 2 years, 4 months ago

Wonder why seniors did this? It took people that old who remembe our American values too support our troops, not criticize them for what they are doing. I bet you could ask any of those WW2 or Vietnam vets would they do it all again and they would say yes. KIds today are too busy to fight for their country, especially the one we live in today. Who wants to die for a socialist republic? We m ust get rid of the liars and takers in Washington before it is way too late for the rest of us. We want government by the people back. All the people that wanted to give Obama a chance by voting for this liar and deceitful person, I hope you are the first to lose your jobs and feel great about yourself.

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