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Read the Digital Edition of the November/December 2023 Issue

Our cover story features students 20 Under 21, In Peachtree Corners, Duluth and Norcross, who are making their mark. These individuals balance demanding schedules in academics, clubs, and athletics and contribute to their communities.

Also in this issue:

  • Holiday Events
  • ARC Chair Kerry Armstrong Explains Future Projects, Connectivity of Metro Area
  • Business Organizations and Events
  • Goodwill Offers More than Thrift Store Treasures
  • Norcross Women’s Water Polo Claims State Championship Title for the First Time
  • City of Peachtree Corners Names First Chief Marshal
  • Harvest Gwinnett: Fighting Food Insecurity
  • Duluth Bocce Games Build Community
  • Branding Brilliance: A Closer Look at the Entrepreneurial Journey of Lindsay Schwartz
  • Scouts BSA is Helping Both Boys and Girls Mature and Grow
  • Fair Ladies of The Local Peach Offer Tasty Fare
  • Is a City-Sponsored Pickleball Complex on the Horizon?
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