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Satisfeed: Tackling Food Insecurity in Gwinnett, One Saturday at a Time

Did you know that one in seven Gwinnett residents is experiencing hunger or food insecurity? Or that 53% of students at Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) receive free or reduced lunch? Many are surprised to learn about the scope of food insecurity in our county, especially considering its reputation as a prosperous metro Atlanta hub. […]

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Clyde Strickland Part 2: Ashes to Assets

“At about 1:30 in the morning the phone by my bed rang. A call that early in the morning is never good news. The voice screamed, “You better get down here. Metro-Waterproofing is on fire!” founder, Clyde L. Strickland remembers. Often it is the worst moments that define our future. As the saying goes, “it […]

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GCPS 2020 Teacher of The Year, Rebecca Carlisle

On a chilly evening in November of 2019 Rebecca Carlisle, a 10th grade AP World History teacher at North Gwinnett, recalls the energy thrumming through the ballroom of the Infinite Energy Center, where fellow teachers, principals, district leaders across Gwinnett convened. Amid the tasteful settings, a projection screen announced the celebratory event of the evening: […]

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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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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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