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Read the Digital Edition of Southwest Gwinnett magazine March/April 2024 Issue

Southwest Gwinnett magazine
Southwest Gwinnett magazine

This issue of Southwest Gwinnett magazine explores Southwest Gwinnett’s food truck scene – foods from Colombia and Jamaica to Hawaiian-style foods and farm-to-table meals. As always, we have a broad coverage of stories from residential housing market trends and a talk with retiring Duluth Mayor Nancy Harris.

Also in this issue:

  • Holy Week Services and Special Events
  • Kids Boost Helps Youngsters Achieve Goals in Entrepreneurial Philanthropy
  • Rolling Delights: Discovering Southwest Gwinnett’s Food Truck Scene
  • Treat Yourself During Gwinnett Burger Week
  • Why Duluth’s Glenn Sarver Devotes His Life to Helping Others Succeed
  • Brighter and Stronger Housing Market Predicted for 2024
  • Nancy Harris Retires After Serving 16 Years as Mayor of Duluth
  • Summer Camps 2024 Edition: Stress-Free Fun for Your Kids
  • Audrey Boyce Finds Her Calling by Coaching Fellow Nurses in the Art of Self-Care
  • Wesleyan Girl’s Softball Coach Steps Down
  • Irish Americana Band The Nashville Celts Are Coming to Duluth
  • Brighter Strides ABA Therapy Opens in Duluth
  • HIVE Roofing Ribbon Cutting
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