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GAB: Gwinnett Mentor Symposium

Those interested in becoming a mentor or mentee can learn how to get started from community leaders and organizations at the Gwinnett Mentor Symposium.

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Exhibit at Mall of Georgia features local artists

The Hudgens Center for the Arts teamed up with the Mall of Georgia for an art exhibit, showcasing abstract paintings from community artists.

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TROYKE: No surprise Morningside Animal Care voted best in Gwinnett again

No surprise Morningside Animal Care voted best in Gwinnett again

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Pet of the Week

GA SPCA in Suwanee’s pet in need of a good home this week is Nattie.

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Winkler-Lastinger Engagement

Winkler-Lastinger Engagement

Aurora Swing Nights presents 'My Jazzy Valentine'

The special Valentine’s Day concert gives sweethearts the chance to dance the night away to the tunes of the Metro Jazz Club.

Tannery Row celebrates the artists behind the art with new exhibit

Tannery Row Artists Colony in Buford takes a popular trend and makes it their own with the new exhibit “Selfie.”

Wild Ponies to play concert at Red Clay

The Americana band Wild Ponies will perform live in concert along with Lindsay Lou and the Flatbellys at Red Clay Music Foundry in Duluth.

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PEOPLE HELPING PEOPLE: Hi-Hope Service Center to host Gwinnett’s Kids Got Talent Show

On Saturday, March 28, students from Gwinnett County Public Schools will take the stage at Central Gwinnett High School to showcase their talents. The event helps raise funds and awareness for adults with developmental disabilities in our community through Hi-Hope.

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Landmark floral shop blooms a fresh, new look | VIDEO | PHOTOS

Local commuters have been driving past A Daisy A Day for decades. The charming brick and stone cottage situated right off of Scenic Highway has grown into a Snellville landmark over the years.

GAB: Gwinnett Braves award $1K grant to local organization

The Next Stop Foundation, Inc. has been awarded the Gwinnett Braves’ $1,000 grant for the month of December.

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Every Sunday, the Daily Post gives readers new opportunities to volunteer with organizations in Gwinnett.

PEOPLE HELPING PEOPLE: Creative Enterprises prepares for Sweetheart Dance

The new year began with great anticipation as we signed grants to assist us in repaving our parking areas in order to be more accessible to the people we serve.

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BRADY: How to leave lasting legacy

It is little wonder that Abraham Lincoln is remembered with great partiality and appreciation. People who plant flowers where thorns have grown can be sure they will never be forgotten.

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ART BEAT: New London Theatre presents "For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf"

This heralded play by Ntozake Shange, first produced on Broadway in 1976, has continued to capture and share the brutal, tender and dramatic lives of contemporary Black women in our society.