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AROUND TOWN

SUPER TEENS Pebble Tossers, a youth development organization, awarded 16 youth volunteers with the President’s Volunteer Service Award (PVSA) in recognition of their outstanding service. The award recognizes individuals who have demonstrated exemplary citizenship through volunteering. The following students are commended for their outstanding service: + Greg Galanter, Bronze, Peachtree Charter Middle School + James Jones, Gold, The Lovett School + Ashley Stratton, Gold, The Lovett School + Linda Benton, Gold, The Lovett School + Grace Manning, Silver and Bronze, Autrey Mill Middle School + Areeba Kausar, Bronze, Homeschool

and represent their home state of Georgia at the

+ Henry Guynn, Gold, St. Pius X Catholic High School

Maverik National Lacrosse Classic.  Both girls were

+ Ashna Cheemakurthy, Gold, Northview High School

also selected to play in last year’s tournament. The

+ Ismail Khaderi, Gold, Marvin Ridge Middle School

Maverik National Lacrosse Classic is a national

+ Frank Harris, Gold, Cambridge High School

tournament that includes over 2,000 athletes from

+ Narmeen Babar, Bronze, Atlanta Girls’ School

around the country and over 200 college coaches

+ Komal Babar, Bronze, Alfalah Academy

in attendance.

+ Srikar Karra, Silver, South Forsyth High School + Rhea Pabbati, Gold, Denmark High School + Milan Ronvelwala, Gold, Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science & Technology + Ethan Gravely, Bronze, Mt. Vernon Presbyterian School. PebbleTossers.org.

FEEDING OUR HUNGRY

North Fulton Community Charities’ (NFCC) Spring fundraisers raised over $100,000 to help low-income families in need. The 11th Annual Swing Into Action Golf Tournament, presented by Northside Hospital, was held at the Country Club of the South. CAS Group, Charity Guild of Johns Creek,

Local businesses teamed up with newly-opened

Renasant Bank and Roswell Presbyterian Church

6 Bridges Brewing in Johns Creek to sponsor Claws

also sponsored the tournament. Play FORE Good,

for a Cause – a crawfish and shrimp boil benefiting

presented by Synchrony at Topgolf, was a new event

Senior Services North Fulton. With DataScan step-

for NFCC. Founded in 1983, the mission of North

ping up for the second year as presenting sponsor,

Fulton Community Charities is to build self-suffi-

the event helped raise money for Meals on Wheels

ciency and prevent homelessness and hunger in

and a transportation program that helps get home-

our community by providing emergency assistance

bound seniors in North Fulton to their medical

and enrichment programs. The charity has served

appointments. Claws for a Cause was also supported

tens of thousands of individuals in North Fulton in

by Aberdeen Place Hospice, Bonnie Sammons,

the past 35 years. NFCC will host a community cel-

Home Care Assistance, Northside Chapel Funeral

ebration as their fall fundraiser in September titled

Directors, Pegasus Senior Living and Where the

Barbara’s Bash to celebrate long-time executive

Heart Is. The event raised enough money to pro-

director Barbara Duffy NFCCHelp.org.

vide over 1,200 meals to hungry seniors, or almost 90 round-trip rides to medical appointments. SSNorthFulton.org

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NFCC FUND-RAISERS

WESLEYAN SCHOOL WILL OFFER BUS SERVICE THROUGHOUT NORTH METRO AREA For the fifth year, during the 2019-2020 school

Two JCHS lacrosse players, Mary Janell (MJ)

year, Wesleyan School will offer morning and

Tredway, daughter of Mary Eva and Craig Tredway

afternoon bus services throughout the north

and Ava Trankina, daughter of Kim and Tim Trankina,

metro Atlanta area. Routes include Brookhaven,

have been selected to participate to play lacrosse

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