This time of year students are actively seeking scholarships to help offset the ever-increasing costs for higher education. As tuition continueS to rise, families are having to get more creative than ever before about their funding formula for college and scholarships are making a huge impact.
This year, Peachtree Christian Hospice is pleased to announce the Scott Hudgens “Good and Faithful Servant” Award will be presented to U.S. Ambassador Joseph Ghougassian at its 13th Annual Benefit, Gala and Awards Dinner.
Spring has finally arrived at Creative Enterprises, Inc., a not-for-profit, training and employment, community rehabilitation program, for adults with a variety of disabilities in Lawrenceville. The people we serve who enjoy working in our greenhouse have been busy getting plants ready for our spring plant sale.
Tatiana Rodriguez (DO’18), a first-year medical student at Georgia Campus - Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (GA-PCOM), is living proof that, as the Gwinnett water tower proclaimed for many years, success still lives here. The Lawrenceville resident has lived in Gwinnett County nearly her entire life, completing her education within 10 miles of her home.
This semester, a group of four Master of Social Work students from Georgia State University has partnered with GUIDE, Inc. to host a Prescription Drug Abuse Awareness Day at Lucky Shoals Park in Norcross on April 25.
Family Promise of Gwinnett County will hold its largest fundraiser of the year on April 18 — its 6th Annual Bed Race in downtown Lawrenceville.
Hi-Hope Service Center is pleased to recognize and thank the presenting co-sponsors for the Gwinnett’s Kids Got Talent Show. The show, a fundraiser for the center, is scheduled for Saturday, March 28 at Central Gwinnett High School. The show runs from 6 to 9 p.m.
The Clinic for Education, Treatment and Prevention of Addiction, Inc. (CETPA – www.cetpa.org) has been providing linguistic and culturally appropriate services to immigrant children and their families for the past 15 years. Specifically to the UAC population, CETPA has partnered with schools to provide some services that will afford these children the maximum opportunity to succeed.
The Hi-Hope Service Center invites you to the 2nd Annual Gwinnett’s Kids Got Talent Show, which will be held on March 28 at Central Gwinnett High School from 6 to 9 p.m.
The Y is responding to the needs of our diverse community through the Welcoming Emerging Communities Initiative offered by the J.M. Tull-Gwinnett Family YMCA. This initiative includes an Early Learning Readiness program and an after-school extension program to address the widening achievement gap faced by low- and middle-income Hispanic children.
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.
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.
n a recent survey conducted among parents and other adults in Gwinnett, 75 percentof the respondents believed that a majority of teens in the county had a drink of alcohol in the last 30 days. This means that parents and other adults believe that a lot more teens are drinking than really are. They also believe that most parents of teens let them drink at home and allow them to go to parties where alcohol will be served.
More and more each day the community is coming together to support and honor the men and women who have served their country by enlisting or becoming commissioned in the U.S. military. There has been a wave of gratitude and appreciation being shown to these great men and women that have put their life and freedom on the line so that we as United States citizens can enjoy the benefits of living in a free society.
Volunteers at Hi-Hope leave plenty to be thankful for.