Gwinnett Citizen News

Ken and Patty Lindahl are “famous” in the K-12 performing arts world… and while their names may not be in lights, they are prominently displayed at Brookwood High School which recently dedicated its theater in their honor. The Ken and Patty Lindahl Performing Arts Center recognizes the duo’s 30 years of service as the school’s theatre directors prior to their retirement.

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For more than 40 years, people from Snellville and the surrounding area have converged on T.W. Briscoe Park for the Snellville Days Festival! This year is no different. May 4 & 5, crowds of more than 30,000 are expected to pack the two-day arts and crafts festival to enjoy tons of hand-made arts and crafts in over 150 booths as well as the most entertainment the festival has ever offered.

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Steven Mathias, chair of the Druid Hills Civic Association Tour Committee, announces the 2019 Druid Hills Tour of Homes & Gardens, April 12-14. “The vibrant tradition continues as the historic Druid Hills neighborhood welcomes neighbors and visitors alike to tour homes featuring architecture from renowned architects and experience award-winning interior and landscape design. ‘History Happens Here’ through the vibrant community culture of Druid Hills where tour-goers will find inspiration, celebration, and a focus on preserving and extending the vision of noted landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted.”

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Mary Frazier Long and Stas Preczewski were recognized by the Lawrenceville Lions Club.

“Whenever I call him, he comes! No job is too small or too large; Stas is totally reliable and can always be counted on!” Pete Stamsen, Membership Chairman effusively affirmed Dr. Stanley ‘Stas’ Preczewski! Pete eagerly continued, “Stas is just a great guy … an awesome person … he’s important to the Lawrenceville community, instrumental to Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC) and invaluable to the Lions Club!”

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Motorists traveling along Highway 29 will soon have a new gateway monument welcoming them to the City of Lilburn. Construction began last week on a twenty-five foot tall gateway monument being installed at the corner of Pleasant Hill Road and Highway 29.

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