City of Norcross participates in Gwinnett Bicentennial Torch Run

Norcross Mayor Craig Newton and members of the Norcross High cross country and track teams participated in the Gwinnett Bicentennial Torch Run, bringing the torch to the Norcross City Hall where it will be on display until Nov. 26. (Special Photo)

The city of Norcross joined in the Gwinnett Bicentennial Year of Celebration by participating in the Gwinnett Torch Run on Thursday. Norcross High School cross country and track runners served as the torchbearers alongside the Norcross Mayor Craig Newton.

They carried the torch to Norcross City Hall, where it will be held on display along with panels telling Gwinnett’s 200-year history until Nov. 26.

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