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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