LAWRENCEVILLE -- Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida plans to autograph copies of his personal memoir at Discover Mills on July 5.
Rubio plans to promote his new book, "An American Son: A Memoir," at Books-A-Million. In the book, Rubio chronicles his life and rise to GOP stardom.
The signing is scheduled for 7 p.m. at Books-A-Million, 5900 Sugarloaf Parkway, Lawrenceville.
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Men's Wearhouse hosting suit drive
LAWRENCEVILLE -- Men's Wearhouse is currently hosting its fifth annual National Suit Drive, which benefits at-risk men transitioning into the workforce.
Gently-used professional attire can be donated from now through July 31 at area Men's Wearhouse locations.
Clothing donations collected in stores are directed to local nonprofit organizations. For every suit collected, the company will donate two new ties to the cause.
Any of the following gently-used professional attire will be accepted: suits, sports coats, dress slacks, dress shirts, dress shoes, sportswear, outerwear, ties and women's professional clothing and accessories.
For more information or to find a nearby location, visit www.menswearhouse.com.
Kroger customers exceed donation goal
LAWRENCEVILLE -- Customers and associates of Kroger's Atlanta Division donated more than $413,000 during a three-week fundraiser benefitting Children's Miracle Network--surpassing the grocer's $350,000 goal by more than $63,000.
From May 13-June 2, customers purchased $1 hot-air balloon icons also known as "Miracle Balloons" to fund medical care and outreach programs at Children's Miracle Network hospitals in their local communities.
"Year after year, Kroger customers make impressive donations to Children's Miracle Network, and this year is no different," said Glynn Jenkins, director of communications for the Atlanta division. "We are incredibly grateful for their support as they continue to go above and beyond to help children in our communities."
Children's Miracle Network, one of the world's leading children's charities, is a non-profit organization that raises money for more than 170 hospitals. Donations help ensure partner hospitals have the resources to diagnose or treat diseases and injuries among children.
For more information, visit www.kroger.com.
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