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LARSON: Celebrate a new year all year long

Best to keep looking ahead.

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LARSON: Cyberspace swapping keeps books in circulation

PaperBackSwap, an Internet book swapping club, founded in Suwanee.

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LARSON: Former Daily Post employees on the money with new endeavors

Names from my past: Rick Rae, Mary Pitman have written books.

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LARSON: Girl Scouts get community together for centennial celebration

Duluth Historical Society Museum to host open house.

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LARSON: Anyone out there have an inventive idea?

You might want to attend the Inventors Association of Georgia on the fourth Saturday of every month in Norcross.

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LARSON: Celebrating a centennial of Girl Scouting

As the Girl Scouts prepare to celebrat their 100th anniversary, I remember some great times being, and writing about, Scouts.

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LARSON: You can have it all, if you know where to look

Nakia Williams is proof that you don't have to have a big corporate job to have "it all." She's found all she needs, and all her customers need, at her store SOJE Emporium in Lawrenceville.

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LARSON: Musicians cooperatively minister to community

Local musicians to play benefit concert for Lawrenceville Co-op.

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LARSON: Former warden requests recycling reform

When recycling, make sure you empty your bottles before throwing them in the bin.

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LARSON: Heritage Center hosts exhibition on art of hooked rugs

For hooking enthusiasts, pursuit is as much about friendship as fabric.

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LARSON: Trickum teacher puts heart and sole into Holocaust awareness

Drawing from his father's experience, Alan "Woody" Morawiec conducts a yearly shoe drive to help educate his students about the atrocities.

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LARSON: A hole lot of fun happening in Gwinnett parks

Always fun to have customized bean bags when playing a new game.

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LARSON: Teacher offers prayer's chance that God might exist

Reflecting on a productive day in the classroom and looking ahead to National Day of Prayer on Thursday.

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LARSON: Gwinnett Parks offers more than a walk in the park

Need help with your resume? Believe it or not, that's one of the many services your local park system offers.

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LARSON: Gwinnett author presents reality of living with lupus

Kim Green shares her personal experiences with the disease in a novel called "Hallucinations."

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LARSON: Projecting art projects into the world around us

This summer the art your children make can do more than you think, including introducing problem-solving skills that can last a lifetime.

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LARSON: Real fishermen reel in more than just fish

Upcoming local fishing events provide a lot more than just a catch.

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LARSON: Nonprofits profit at Lilburn Farmer's Market

In addition to great food, local market offers chance for non-profits to raise money and awareness.

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LARSON: There's always a new way to do an old chore

There's always a new way to do an old chore.

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LARSON: Let's all get in on National Night Out

National Night Out, the first Tuesday in August, began in 1984 to generate citizen participation in local anti-crime efforts and to build police-community relationships. It's also meant as an opportunity for neighbors to get together for food, fun and friendship. Last year, 15,000 communities and 37 million individuals participated.