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GAB: Vaccination clinic planned

SUWANEE -- The Georgia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals has scheduled a vaccination clinic for Saturday.

Those wishing to do so can come by 1175 Buford Highway, Suite 109, Suwanee, from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday.

Canine and feline rabies shots are $10; canine and feline distemper shots are $10; canine bordetella shots are $10; canine heartworm tests are $25; microchip, $25; combo test, $25; nail clipping, $10; deworming, $5.

For more information, call (678) 765-2726.

Jackson EMC donates $90k in grants

LAWRENCEVILLE -- The Jackson EMC Foundation, a charity funded by the electric cooperative's members through their donations to the Operation Round Up program, has awarded grants totaling $90,000 to nine agencies serving Gwinnett County residents. The grants include the following:

-- $15,000 to Exodus Outreach

-- $15,000 to Project Adam

-- $12,000 to Hope Clinic

-- $10,500 to I Am Inc.

-- $10,000 to the Spectrum Autism Support Group

-- $10,000 to Extra Special People

-- $7,500 to NSPIRE Outreach

-- $5,000 to Families of Children Under Stress

-- $5,000 to Camp Kudzu

Since the Jackson EMC Foundation began in 2005, it has funded 633 grants to organizations and 231 grants to individuals, putting more than $6.5 million back into local communities.

Scholarship fundraiser planned

LAWRENCEVILLE -- "Dancing for Education," sponsored by the Robbie Susan Moore Foundation for Education Inc., will celebrate its third annual fundraiser at 4 p.m. Saturday at the Lawrenceville Boys and Girls Club, 382 Stone Mountain St., Lawrenceville.

The organization will award its first scholarships at the function.

For more information, visit www.robbiesusanmoorefoundation.org, or call Rubye Neal at (770) 277-5123.

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