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Staff Photo: Tyler Estep
Ginger Jones (center) speaks during a press conference Monday at Snellville's Parkwood Farms. The farm, which serves as a therapy center for autistic children, recently received an eviction notice but is fighting the case. Parkwood Farms founder and CEO Dr. Marilyn Peterson (left) and volunteer Jill Davis (right) join Jones, who is the chief volunteer at the center.

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Parkwood Farms hopeful for injunction to prevent eviction

LAWRENCEVILLE -- Parkwood Farms hopes a Gwinnett County judge will help it stave off eviction by issuing an injunction this week.. The Snellville farm -- an equine-focused therapy center for physically and developmentally challenged students -- is fighting eviction following what founder Marilyn Peterson has called a predatory loan

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