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What’s Quackin’ at The Rotary Club of Sugarloaf

When it comes to fundraising, the Gwinnett Duck Derby is the perfect combination of effective and delightfully creative. On September 22, the Rotary Club of Sugarloaf, comprised of close to 50 community members, sold nearly 6,000 ducks through the 6th annual Gwinnett Duck Derby event, raising close to $25,000. Twelve prizewinners were able to participate […]

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A New Spin on the Classics

What kind of pie do you envision when you think about September, October, and November? When the cool wind quells that thick Georgia heat, can you smell the spicy aroma of pumpkin filling in hot, flaky crust? Do you imagine the tart sweetness of apples swimming in the thick sauce? Or does the thought of […]

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Power Couple Derek Hays & Leta Brooks on the Gwinnett Podcast!

Power Couple Derek Hays & Leta Brooks on the Gwinnett Podcast! This is the old timeless tale of a successful personal injury attorney who meets a successful interior designer. Both run well-known businesses. Both are known as movers and shakers in our community. Both living to serve others. And both host successful podcasts. Of course, […]

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Farmhouse on a Budget!

Where did it start? Farmhouse décor is one of the hottest interior design trends these days! It mixes a neutral color palette with old-fashioned, colorful patterns for the perfect blend of modern and vintage charm. Thanks to, Fixer Upper’s hosts, Chip and Joanna Gains, farmhouses, old and new, are popping up just about everywhere! The […]

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Suwanee Companies Team Up to Provide Laptops to Students in Need

In divided times like these, it becomes vitally important for members of a community to step up to support each other. Matt Davis, lead project engineer for MIS Solutions (a Suwanee-based IT firm), took this to heart. “I just do it to help people,” Davis says. “There are less fortunate people out there and it […]

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School Crashers Upgrade B.B. Harris Elementary’s Playground

B.B. Harris Elementary School received a complete playground makeover thanks to the generosity of the Georgia United Credit Union Foundation! The Duluth elementary school was chosen by the Foundation’s School Crashers program to receive extensive improvements for their outdoor playground. School Crashers volunteers helped to install new playground equipment specifically designed to focus on sensory […]

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Food Trucks + Craft Beer + Live Music = Weekend Fun in Duluth!

Truck & Tap in Downtown Duluth is no ordinary eatery. They host a different food truck every single day and their selection of local craft beers is constantly rotating, so there’s always something new to satisfy your taste buds! Located right by the stage at Duluth Town Green, Truck & Tap is the perfect spot […]

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Santa Claus, insurance and how one magic wallet transformed Larry Talbert’s life

It all started with a magic wallet. Perhaps that sounds like the hook to a science fiction or fantasy novel, but for Larry Talbert, owner of Talbert Insurance Services, there’s no better opener to describe the journey of his life.   Talbert fell in love with magic at 14, drawing inspiration from his youth minister at […]

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Listen Up! We’re talking money with Roger S. Green

Roger S. Green, MSFS, CFP®, and the staff of his firm Green Financial Resources, LLC (GFR), have helped individuals and small businesses with their investment decisions since 1987. With thirty years of experience helping people with their money through the tough times and the good times, this interview has something for everyone no matter how […]

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Georgia United Credit Union

Today, Cindy Robbins of Georgia United Credit Union joins us on the podcast to talk about what it looks like when your financial institution has your back. SUBSCRIBE & LISTEN WHERE EVER YOU LISTEN TO PODCASTS: Over 60 Years of Community-Based Service It was March of 1958. Vernon Carne, principal at Hooper Alexander Elementary School, […]

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