The organization provides support and resources for families who have medically fragile children.
Drives are scheduled at a number of locations in Gwinnett.
Christy Jordan is the author of “Come Home to Supper.”
Several times Leif mentioned Coach Flowe taking him aside and encouraging him. Every player knew that simply being on the team made him part of their success.
This week’s lunch menus for Gwinnett County Public Schools.
All things being equal, most high schools will have a really tall kid every few years. Most will have the occasional college prospect, maybe two. But what should we make of those programs that feature a steady stream of 6-foot-9 athletes and boast multiple Division I signees every year? What are the odds that would occur randomly?
Recent legislation signed into law was aimed at increasing the availability of Epinephrine in schools and provides an incentive to states to boost stockpiles of EpiPens.
Chad Deal dropped 127 pounds on the program
Chad Deal decided to join the program when a knee injury wouldn’t heal. He is now 175 pounds and active helping other in Weight Watchers.
Whether this has been a year that leaned more toward blessings or tribulations, give thanks for it. Because even the hard times are leading to better times and when you get to those better days, you’ll celebrate them with pure joy.
The Lawrenceville venue is hosting a Need a Little Christmas Giveaway
People can be nominated for a night out on the town. Nominations are due by Dec. 4.
The book is a collection of 19 articles covering a wide range of plant-based related topics, and 100 percent of revenues from sales of the book go to a nonprofit organization that seeks to prevent cruelty to farmed animals and promotes compassionate food choices and policies.
The annual event was held on the lawn of the Gwinnett Historic Courthouse on Thanksgiving.
When choosing a good tree, there are several factors to consider. Make sure you select a tree that is at least a foot shorter than the ceiling in the room where it will be displayed. If the trunk is splitting, it most likely has dried to a point where it will not be able to absorb water. Look for a tree that is healthy, damage-free and well-trimmed.
“Frozen” opens in theaters.
- LARSON: Searching for support for PTSD
- JENKINS: The Grinches who are trying to steal football
- LARSON: Taking care of unfinished business in honoring Coach Flowe
- JENKINS: Recruiting in high school sports hurts our students
- MCLEOD: Are your greatest strengths holding you back?
- RICH: A Thanksgiving for blessings and troubles
- JENKINS: How to be a family man: Eating out with small children
- LARSON: Accounting for countless blessings
- MCLEOD: Nobody feels confident the first time they try a backflip
- RICH: Living the American dream
Health and Wellness
- Eastside Medical earns commission's gold seal of approval
- HEALTH BRIEFS: Duluth hospital administrator honored
- Weekly restaurant inspections for Dec. 9
- Senate forum to talk about drug problem in suburbs
- Lilburn resident steps into role of executive director for Dream House
- Red Cross holding public blood drives throughout December
- Legislators offer incentives to boost EpiPens in schools
- Lawrenceville man sheds pounds on Weight Watchers
- Duluth resident compiles book on plant-based diets
- PEOPLE HELPING PEOPLE: Falcons players rally around young hospice patient
Home and Garden
- DALY: Colorful poinsettias brighten the holiday season
- DALY: How to find the perfect Christmas tree
- DALY: Houseplants brighten the indoors during winter
- DALY: Landscape plants should fit the space where they are planted
- DALY: Moles and voles are troubling home landscapes
- DALY: Local homeowners being plagued with kudzu bugs
- Randy's hosts free fall festivities
- DALY: Grubs can menace lawns in the fall
- DALY: Plant bulbs now for spring color
- DALY: Autumn is the time to divide perennials
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Solitude is a good thing, in measured doses
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: We Americans do love our muscle cars
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Hannah Montana, twerking, and molly. I’m lost.
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Are you “Just a Housewife?”
- BUCK'S BYTES: Simple tech is often good tech
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Back-to-school isn’t what it used to be
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: What is it about gossip that fascinates us so?
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Civilization, culture alive and well in Gwinnett
- BUCK'S BYTES: Should electrical wiring, lights still be so old school?
- FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Are there any parenting do-overs?