Snellville Lions Club - Join us!
The Snellville Lions Club has been a fixture in the Snellville community since 1952. We have many groups & individuals that we assist - both in the community and through groups associated with the visually impaired, hearing impaired, and diabetic communities.
Editors Note: Fratelli's is a true family pizzaria and a WHOLE LOT MORE. The atmosphere is family style, open, simple, and clean. The ingredients are fresh and the smell of fresh roasted garlic, tomato, and basil will wet your appetite before you can order. We highly recommend trying their pasta dishes. The Chicken Boscaiola: Chicken sautéed with shallots, mushrooms, bacon, fresh tomatoes, and spinach, in a light flavorful cream sauce is a must order. The New York Cheese Cake is sinfully NY authentic!
Stand your ground is a movie based on a novel written by Jackie Carpenter and is centered on real life events. When her son is accused of murder, her normal life as a mother of two grown men gets turned upside down and all she has left to hold on to is her deep faith in God.
The photography of Richard Calmes”
The National Museum of Dance in Saratoga Springs, New York has selected Dance Magic: the Photography of Richard Calmes to be on view from April 2014 to April, 2015. The exhibition was selected under the Museum’s Art in the Foyer program which annually welcomes dance-inspired fine art.
The SE Gwinnett Cooperative Ministry announces an OPEN HOUSE on Sunday, November 3, 2013 at their new location at 55 Grayson Industrial Parkway in Grayson. Time: 1pm Community Cookout.
Tkacik receives Doctorate Degree
Bobbie and Mark Tkacik are proud to announce that Daniel S. Tkacik has successfully defended his dissertation on "Secondary organic aerosols from combustion emissions" on September 10. 2013 at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA.
Mary Frazier Long Day in Lawrenceville
Lawrenceville Mayor Judy Jordan Johnson issued a Proclamation making Wednesday, September 4, 2013 “Mary Frazier Long Day in Lawrenceville” at the Lawrenceville City Council meeting on that date. Many of Ms. Long’s accomplishments and contributions to Lawrenceville and Gwinnett County were proclaimed by Mayor Johnson.