Joe Fenski and Kimberly Shupe/Fenski Automotive
Fenski Automotive Center is conveniently located and now celebrating 10 years at 1010 Peachtree Industrial Boulevard in Sugar Hill! Since 2004, they have provided complete auto repair services on your domestic, Asian and European vehicles with the goal of helping you keep them up to 300,000 worry-free miles as they are designed to do. They understand the value of preventive maintenance and their industry certified technicians strive to offer each customer a consultation they can trust. Fenski Automotive Center… Helping you LOVE your vehicle much longer than your loan!
Susan Boland Butts/Hi-Hope Service Center
Hi-Hope Service Center provides services to adults with developmental disabilities in Gwinnett County. Over 50 years ago the parents of six young students from Gwinnett County founded one of the first organizations in Georgia to teach children with intellectual disabilities. The Hi-Hope Service Center, formerly known as Gwinnett County Association for Retarded Citizens, was incorporated as a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation in 1960. Under the capable leadership of Vinie Lowry, and support from many parents and the greater Gwinnett community, construction of a special needs school was completed in 1970. In the late 1990s when all student programs, including the pre-school program, were integrated into the public schools, Hi-Hope successfully transitioned to an organization supporting developmentally disabled adults. Currently, Hi-Hope supports 108 individuals through its weekday community access, employment and residential group home programs.
Pat Baker/Gwinnett County Health and Human Services
Gwinnett County Health and Human Services is a division in Community Services. HHS is made up of Gwinnett Senior Services (four senior multipurpose centers – Buford, Norcross, Lawrenceville and Centerville), two human services centers (One -Stops in Buford and Norcross) and one community center (Centerville). The One-Stops offer many different programs and house non-profits and service agencies. The services offered by Senior Services (those over the age of 60) are congregate meals, home-delivered meals, several different transportation programs, homemaker services, care management, information and assistance, and a wide variety of opportunities to volunteer. The Centerville Community Center offers a wide variety of programming for all ages.
Angie Veugeler and Rachel Fasig/Suwanee Magazine
Suwanee Magazine is a family, community & lifestyle magazine designed to keep pace and flow with the active Suwanee lifestyle. Distributing over 20,000 free copies bi-monthly to hundreds of businesses and locations in the Suwanee area, the magazine shares insight with its readers and focuses on their unique interests. Suwanee Magazine devotes sections pertaining to the best of dining, shopping, music, local personalities, business, industry and everything in between that impacts the Suwanee area and beyond. Each month new businesses emerge, new trends develop, new leaders move to the community forefront and Suwanee Magazine is there to keep you connected!