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Christmas Morning with the Guests

 

 
 

 

LAWRENCEVILLE — Christmas is a time for families to sit around a tree opening presents, while enjoying time spent with one another.

However, Christmas time also brings about loneliness for many who have nobody with whom to spend the holidays. That wasn't the case Thursday morning at the Quinn House as men gathered together to celebrate Christmas and spend time with their newfound family.

"It's all about family here," said executive director Gene Brinkley. "These men are isolated from their families and without this, they would otherwise spend Christmas alone."

According to their website, the Quinn House is a nonprofit residential program that offers a 40-day drug and alcohol program that helps individuals get back on their feet and re-enter society in a stable and productive way.

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Maxwell High Students A Legacy of Giving

2014 marks the 16th year that students at Maxwell High have taken on the task of brightening the Christmas mornings of some 80 Gwinnett County children. The students do all of the fund raising, buying and delivering of the presents under the supervision of advisors whom are all teachers at the school. They show up at The Quinn House before Christmas with vehicle after vehicle filled with presents while the students are filled with the enthusiasm of Santa's elves and sporting Christmas sweaters and Santa hats. It is truly a sight to behold. The students never get to witness the children's delight on Christmas morning making this gift one of true love and faith.  The Gwinnett Daily Post featured a story recently about this outpouring of love and you may read the article and view the video here. 

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Be An Angel

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Pat Smokes, our Christmas program manager has been busy since the school year started trying to ensure as many Gwinnett children as possible have a Merry Christmas. Here is how you can help!!!

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Bridlegate Gives Again and Again

This is the result of the  Bridlegate Gives Charity Drive. Their subdivision has done this since around 2002. At first it was just food, then they added the kids. Each block would take a child's list and try to fill it. That grew more difficult because some of the items on their lists were more than some of the parents here could afford to spend on their own children.

 So Brenda Delauder talked to Carol Quinn and asked if they could just give toys or clothes without a list. We would be sure all were new items. She was thrilled. She said there was such a need for those "filler" gifts.... of course some of our "filler gifts" are really, really nice.

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