Snellville fundraiser seeks local vendors

October 4, 2017 by  

A special event will soon be taking place in Snellville, and the organizers are seeking local businesses and organizations that may be interested in taking part.

This will be the [Read more]

Snellville area workshop to shine a light small business tax

September 17, 2017 by  

This fall, Snellville’s small business owners will be offered an opportunity to explore the world of taxes with an emphasis on how they can make them work best for [Read more]

Snellville gardeners invited to learn how to increase their harvest

August 29, 2017 by  

Fall is on the way in Snellville, and a workshop will son be taking place that will give tips about how to get the most from the summer growing season.

The discussion will be facilitated by Timothy Daily, who is a Gwinnett County Extension Agent. He will be covering a variety of topics related to the home [Read more]

Snellville to host blood drive in new location 

July 27, 2017 by  

Residents of Snellville and the areas that surrounded it have been asked to take a few minutes of their time to become an everyday hero.

The Red Cross will be hosting a blood drive at a new location in the community, and it is hoping that people will be generous. The donations made will be used in [Read more]

Snellville foodies set to celebrate

June 26, 2017 by  

Snellville gourmands may wish to make plans now to attend a local event that will showcase the talents of area chefs.

This event, which will take place in [Read more]

Farmers’ Market to offer fresh produce in Snellville

May 21, 2017 by  

The Snellville Farmers’ Market will soon be opening its gates for another year, offering fresh produce and other locally produced items to the public.

The market, which will be open every Saturday from 8:30 am until 12:30 pm, will feature vegetables, fruit and other food products grown on area farms, as well as handcrafts and other locally sourced goods and ready-to-eat food. Those who come out can browse through the displays and booths while they purchase produce that has often been picked the same day it is offered for sale.

The market’s organizers noted that in 2013, it was voted number one in the state during the I Love My Farmers’ Market event, which was hosted by the American Farmland Trust, adding that it brings people together from across the area, and can help to build a sense of community spirit. Banner printing can be utilized by those who plan events such as this to produce various decorations that can help to draw attention and ensure it is a success.

The opening day for the Snellville Farmers’ Market has been set for June 3, and it will be located directly in front of City Hall. It will run into September, and more information, including a list of special activities that have been planned, can be found on its website.

Snellville tees off in support of law enforcement

April 20, 2017 by  

Those who enjoy spending time out on the links are invited to grab their clubs and head to the Snellville Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association’s Blue Light Golf Tournament fundraiser.

The day will kick off [Read more]

Grant workshop planned for Snellville area

March 31, 2017 by  

Grants can help not-for-profit organizations receive the funding they need to perform their activities in the community, and an event has been planned for the Snellville area that will give those who take part tools they can use when [Read more]

Local golfers invited to hit the links for local kids

February 16, 2017 by  

Snellville golfers who want to make a difference for children in the local area are reminded to save the date for the United Craftsman Children’s Show Drive Inc. charity golf day this spring.

The event is being hosted by [Read more]

Snellville extends invitation to citizen cops

January 21, 2017 by  

The Snellville Police will once again be holding its Citizen’s Police Academy, and everyone from Snellville and Gwinnet are welcome to apply.

The 12-week long program has been designed to give citizens an opportunity to [Read more]

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