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First Tuesday of every month at Snellville City Hall If you want to be in the know and stay connected with what’s going on in Snellville, become a member of the Snellville Commerce Club which is the business arm of Snellville Tourism and Trade.

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• Monthly luncheon included with Classic or Premium Membership • Innovative and engaging guest speakers • Stay Connected! • Network with business leaders in the community • Great door prizes

The Snellville Commerce Club is a philanthropic organization that continues to give back to our community. At our December Commerce Club meeting members brought non-perishable items and donations to benefit the Southeast Gwinnett Co-op to “Give Hunger the Boot”. Thank you to all who gave so generously. Many thanks to Carolyn and Andrew Wheeler for donating $5,000 to the Southeast Gwinnett Co-op to help Give Hunger the Boot”.

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Winter 2018 - Volume 29 Snellville Spirit Magazine is produced by: Snellville Tourism & Trade Association

P.O. Box 669 • Snellville, GA 30078 Website: www.snellvilletourism.com

I hope you enjoy our first New Year’s edition of the Snellville Spirit Magazine. In past years our first publication of the year has been in April just before the Snellville Days event. We at Snellville Tourism and Trade thought we needed to get you information about the coming year much sooner. 2018 is going to be an exciting year and we just wanted to get started early this year. Have a great start to 2018.

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Don Britt, President, Snellville Tourism and Trade

Snellville Tourism and Trade Association’s mission is to promote business, tourism and events in the City of Snellville. President Don Britt Secretary Kathy Emanuel Treasurer Jamey Toney Board Member Regina Hart Board Member Billy Franklin Board Member Susan Chappelear Board Member Tom Morris Board Member Kurt Schulz Board Member Alice Snipes Executive Director Kelly McAloon Mayor of Snellville Tom Witts City Council Barbara Bender - Mayor Pro Tem, Gretchen Schulz, Dave Emanuel, Cristy Lenski and Roger Marmol City Website: www.snellville.org Magazine Design by Brian Arrington, Perry Cox and Kelly McAloon Magazine Cover Design by Perry Cox Contributing Writers and Photographers: Kelly McAloon, Don Britt, Brian Arrington, Mackenzie Britt, Barbara Bender and Perry Cox

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NEW YEAR BABY!

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CITIZENS POLICE ACADEMY

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COUNCIL CONGRATS

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HIGHWAY UPDATE

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SNELLVILLE DAYS

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RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES

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PEACE POLE

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Meet the first baby born in Snellville in 2018. Do you have what it takes to train as a police officer? The Snellville City Council roster for the new year. Stay up to date on the Highway 124/78 project. The city’s biggest two-day event will be bigger and better. Events upcoming at T.W. Briscoe Park and the Senior Center. A new symbol of peace is now in T.W. Briscoe Park.

NEW BUSINESS

Snellville gets new business and others are coming.

ADVERTISE WITH US

Snellville Spirit is the place to advertise locally.

ELF ANTICS

The Snellville Elf is done for the season.

FESTIVAL OF TREES

Who won the annual food donating contest?

LIGHT NIGHT

Pictures from the Tree Lighting and parade in November.

SPONSORSHIP INFO

Great way to showcase your business, become a sponsor.

STAT EVENTS

A list of events coming to Snellville in 2018

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RINGING IN THE NEW YEAR 2018

Eastside Medical Center Welcom es the First Baby of the New Yea r. E. Zayden Thompson, born at 6:13 AM, on Jan.1 was first baby born at hospital in 2018.

Eastside Medical Center’s new Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Stephen Higgins.

The Dixon’s New Year’s Tradition - The Christmas tree turned New Year’s Tree to ring in the New Year. The balloons filled with candy, coins and confetti are popped when the New Year rings in.

Eastside Medical Center Snellville’s Premier Healthcare Facility proudly serving Snellville and the surrounding area.

Aubrey Blakley and Mackenzie Britt celebrate the Rose Bowl Game victory with a double overtime win over Oklahoma.

at The STAT President Don Britt and friends ringing in the New Year 2018! Club y Countr Chase t Summi Eve, Years’ Masquerade Ball, New

The 2018 Rose Bowl Game in Pasadena, California The most exciting game ever!

The Red Coat Band preparing to play at the Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California.

Eastside Medical Center’s new Chief Nursing Officer, Tracey Smithson.

Mackenzie Britt and Sydney Donohue 48! celebrating a UGA victory. UGA 54 - OU UGA the for ie kenz Thank you Mac victory photos! Go Dawgs, Sic ‘em!

The giant video board at the Rose Bowl Game says it all! 2018 Rose Bowl Campions! Now on to Atlanta!


Register Now: Citizens Police Academy The spring session of the Snellville Citizens Police Academy begins March 1 and the city’s police department is looking for participants. The Snellville Police Department is offering this course in order to strengthen the bond of friendship and cooperation between citizens and police. The Academy also helps citizens gain a better understanding of the risks and responsibilities of officers. The classes are Thursday night from 6-8 p.m. for 12 weeks beginning March 1. Some of the classes included in the course are domestic violence, traffic stops, building searches, a tour of the jail and narcotics identification. This program also includes a ride along program with a Snellville police officer. This program, founded in the spring of 2003, is open to all Snellville and Gwinnett residents 18 years and older. There is no

charge for attending and participants do not have to live in the city limits to participate. A background investigation will be conducted on all applicants prior to acceptance in the Academy. An application can be found here - www.snellville.org/citizenspolice-academy - and at the Snellville Police Department, 2315 Wisteria Drive. For more information contact Lt. Robert Pendleton at 770-985-3573 or rpendleton@snellville.org.

Gwinnett Life Run 5K in Snellville

On March 24, the Gwinnett Life Run 5K will start at 9 a.m. and will kick off the Spring Green Festival which starts at 10 a.m. To register and for more information visit www.gliferun.com. The Gwinnett Life Run helps bring awareness and support to the Pregnancy Resource Center of Gwinnett and Southern Gwinnett YoungLife. Both are local organizations dedicated to making an impact in our local community.

Ha v e A He a r t

Help the CoOp help the hungry!

If you’re like most people living in the area, you or your children have probably never been hungry. You may not even know of anyone who faces hunger on a regular basis.

Yet, many local families are in that unfortunate situation.

Give Hunger the Boot is currently focusing on kicking hunger out of our area by assisting the Southeast Gwinnett Food Co-Op. Join our Valentine’s Day Drive by donating food or money before Valentine’s Day at the locations below. The Southeast Gwinnett Food Co-Op’s mission is to help people by serving as a bridge over a financial gap, not to build a dependency lifestyle. Many people have to deal with hunger on a 24/7/365 basis.

Help Us Defeat Hunger in our Community!

There are many opportunities to donate.

Some of the locations accepting food donations include: Participating Local Schools Snellville City Hall Snellville Public Works United Community Bank Snellville Gwinnett Animal Hospital (McGee Road) and Fast Signs (Highway 124). Financial donations may be made at the above locations and at: Legacy Beverage Center (Hwy 78, Loganville) Main Street Restaurant Mellow Mushroom Snellville and Dr. Simmons’ Dental office.


CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR COUNCIL Congratulations to the Snellville City Council as it heads into 2018. Bottom row, from left are Councilwoman Cristy Lenski, Mayor Pro Tem Barbara Bender and Councilwoman Gretchen Schulz. Top row, from left are councilmen Dave Emanuel and Roger Marmol. Visit www.snellville.org to review meeting agendas and minutes and to contact your council members.

HIGHWAY 124/78 INTERSECTION It will be a busy year of construction at the Highway 124/78 Intersection. The state-funded Divergent Left Turn project will be in full swing this year as the major portion of the construction will take place. The project, which is designed to alleviate traffic congestion at the busy crossroads, will be completed by next year. Pittman Construction Co., Legacy Water, AT&T, Walton EMC and Atlanta Gas Light’s contractor are all working on the project.

City officials are asking residents to check www.snellville.org/highway-78-and124-intersection regularly to stay abreast on construction developments. For more information on the project, contact Economic Development Director Eric Van Otteren at evanotteren@ snellville.org. 8

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SNELLVILLE DAYS 2018 The city’s longest-running festival will be back May 5 and 6 ...

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This year’s festival will feature an ALL NEW layout, ALL NEW entertainment, NEW FARMERS’ MARKET PRODUCE/GARDEN area and as always the BEST Kid’s area of any local festival. Visit www.snellvilledays.com for updates. We are always looking for Snellville Days craft and now - Farmers’ Market - vendors! The Farmers’ Market area is where vendors who grow or produce their own products can sell them. Crafters who offer unique, quality items are also needed. If you want to be a vendor, contact www.jrmmanagment.com or www.snellvilledays.com.

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SNELLVILLE DAYS 2018 May 5 & 6 • T.W. Briscoe Park Saturday 10-6 p.m. Sunday 12-5 p.m. Shuttle for parking Saturday from First Baptist Church Snellville, Where Everybody is Proud to be Somebody.


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Parks & Recreation Winter 2018

T.W. Briscoe Park ~ 2500 Sawyer Parkway ~ Park Office (770) 985-3535 The T.W. Briscoe Park office is open Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Briscoe Park is open daily from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. (770) 985-3535 www.snellville.org/parks-recreation

The Snellville Senior Center is located at 2350 Oak Road and is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (770) 985-3580 www.snellville.org/communitysenior-center

T.W. BRISCOE PARK

There will be a Community Yard Sale March 17 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at T.W. Briscoe Park near the pool. If you would like to sell items, spaces are $10 for one or $15 for 2 (9-by-18-foot parking spots). Register at the Park Office. Contact Tracey Glass at tglass@snellville.org or call the Park Office.

Want to kick it up a notch? You can if you are ages 4-19. Currently registering for spring soccer at allinfcsnellville.com or call 678-517-4789. There will be a Saturday registration at Briscoe Park on from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the park Jan. 20. Youth National Flag Football for Boys and Girls is also available for those ages 4-14. There is an eight-week session Sundays at Briscoe Park starting March 18. Registration is ongoing through Feb. 8 at NationalFlagFootball.com or call 678210-3253. Need a good workout? T.W. Briscoe Park also has plenty of activities. Boot Camp takes place Monday through Thursday and Saturday at the Park Office. The course consists of a five-week sessions, mornings and evenings available. Call instructor Alvin Hill at 678-920-4136 or email gimmiesomesports@yahoo.com. Outdoor tennis and basketball courts are available on a firstcome-first-served basis without lights daily from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Tennis courts can be reserved with lights for a fee. To do so, call the office at 770-985-3535. In the daytime the cost is $5 per hour (city limit resident); $10 per hour (non-resident) Evening (with lights): $10 per hour (city limit resident); and $20 per hour (non-resident). Swing for the fences. Adult Spring Softball Leagues are forming. Check with the park office in February for the next season which starts March 5. There are Men’s - Tuesdays, Co-ed B - Thursdays and Co-ed A - Fridays. Contact Meghan Purvis at mpurvis@snellville.org. Co-ed Adult Kickball will start March 7. Games are on Wednesday nights. Contact Meghan Purvis at mpurvis@ snellville.org.

SENIOR CENTER

The Snellville Senior Center is the place to be for those 55 and over and is located next to Snellville City Hall. Aerobics are free with membership and take place Mondays and Thursdays at 9:15 and 10:15 a.m. Pilates are also available for $5 per class at 10 a.m. on Tuesdays and Fridays. Painting classes are offered Thursdays and a package of four classes is $28. The classes run from 1 to 3 p.m. A group of crafters meets Tuesday at noon for crocheting and knitting. The meeting is free with membership. Spanish classes are offered for beginners, intermediate and advanced speakers throughout the week. Call the Senior Center at 770-985-3580 for class times. There are also card-making classes and courses in understanding computers, tablets and smartphones. Billiards, Bingo, Ping Pong and an exercise and weight room are also available and free to members. The Senior Center offers other classes in conjunction with our regular ongoing scheduled classes.

PEACE POLE The Rotary Club of Gwinnett Sunrise dedicated a “Peace Pole” to T.W. Briscoe Park at the entrance of the park’s walking trail. The Peace Pole stands as a memento of Snellville’s anticipation of the victory of peace over violent and hostile attitudes and actions. More than this, it stands as a recognition that such a permanent peace begins today with our community’s young people. With the installation of this Peace Pole, Snellville will join a movement of tens of thousands of Peace Poles in more than 140 countries, Rotary officials said.

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Valentine’s Day!

Make reservations at one of your favorite local restaurants. Don’t forget flowers from local florists, baked goods from local bakeries and frozen treats from local shops.

Italian Restaurants and Pizzerias

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Fratelli’s Provino’s G’Angelo’s Pizza Main Street Olive Garden Mellow Mushroom Domino’s Stevi B’s Florists Papa John’s Bloom with Jenna Pizza Hut Snellville Florist Linda’s House of Flowers

Mexican Chipotle Mexican Grill Little Mexico Bar and Grill Moe’s Southwest Grill

Asian

Bill Rhodes Bakery Nothing Bundt Cakes Publix Kroger Sam’s Club Golden Krust Bakery

Caribbean and Mediterranean Ionies Island Kitchen Zoe’s Kitchen Pollo Tropical Golden Krust Mama’s Creole Cooking

Neighborhood American Dining

Sakegura Japanese Panda Express Sri Thai Mah Jong Sahaj Maaki Thai Taste Hot N’ Cold Chinese Buffet I Luv Pho Sushi Avenue China Panda Asian Max China Chef

Wing Stop Main Street Restaurant Wings Mania Cracker Barrel Burger 21 Waf�le House O’Charley’s First Watch Texas Roadhouse Baby Jane’s Applebee’s Ice Cream, Custard and Yogurt Denny’s Beren’s Frozen Custard Blinky’s Bruster’s Ice Cream American Deli Five Spot Frozen Yogurt Freddy’s

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NEW BUSINESSES IN SNELLVILLE City officials joined Greater Eastside Chamber of Commerce officials and friends at the grand opening celebration of I Luv Pho, located in Snellville Pavilion 2059 Scenic Highway Dec. 9.

City officials joined the staff of Big Lots - located at 2059 Scenic Highway - at the grand opening of a new store Nov. 17. The store is the first of its kind for Big Lots in Georgia, offering a brighter, cleaner and more spacious shopping experience.

Now open: Arby’s on Highway 74 in the Scenic Promenade Plaza. Moving dirt: Construction will be completed on the Outback Steakhouse on Highway 124.

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Valentine Networking Party Snellville Tourism and Trade, the Greater Eastside Chamber of Commerce and the Heart of Gwinnett have put together another fun-filled night of networking with other local business owners and citizens in our community. We invite you to join these three POWERHOUSE groups for the next Business After Hours NETWORKING event on Feb. 8 from 6-8 p.m. at Summit Chase Country Club. It’s a great way to meet new people in the county and stay connected. You do not need to be a member to participate in this event and it is FREE to attend. Promotional business tables will be available on a first come first served basis. To reserve a promotional table contact Kelly McAloon at kelmca@comcast.net.

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NEW BUSINESS By Brian Arrington, Public Information Officer

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

A five-story, 102-room Hampton Inn & Suites will be built in the city following a unanimous vote by the Mayor and Council earlier this year. The 64,400-square-foot building will be located in Park Place, a development located at the corner of Pharrs Road and Scenic Highway which recently saw the grand opening of Cracker Barrel, Freddie’s, Zaxby’s and Aspen Dental.

There had been concerns the hotel would cause traffic issues at the busy intersection, but, according to the developers, daily trips would be reduced by nearly two thirds of what was previously approved for a 12,000-square-foot restaurant.

Inn & Suites by Hilton within the city. Finally, Hampton Inn & Suites, under the Hilton (Hotels) umbrella, has a reputation for being a high-quality brand and product that would be an asset to the city for many years to come.” And just this month, paperwork was filed to bring an Outback Steakhouse to Park Place.

“There is a need in the city for a quality limited-service hotel in the Scenic Highway Commercial Corridor as there are very few options for travelers to utilize while staying in the area,” said Planning and Development Director Jason Thompson. “Eastside Medical Center, adjacent restaurants, retail businesses and neighboring residents could all benefit from having a nice Hampton

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SNELLVILLE ARTS COMMISSION presents Dinner Theatre at Snellville City Hall

7 p.m. Feb. 23 and 24 3 p.m. Matinee Feb. 25 How To Get Away With M.U.R.D.E.R. (on stage) Sketch Comedy Showcase

Pre-show music and hors d’oeuvres, followed by dinner, show, silent auction Hors d’oeuvres and music in the lobby at 7 p.m. Dinner and show at 8 p.m. Matinee on Sunday begins at 3 p.m.

All inclusive cost $25 in advance reserved seating only for each evening. For more information visit www.snellvilleartscommission.com


The Snellville Elf has been shelved for the year. We hope you enjoyed her mischievous scampers through City Hall and the Police Department. She’ll be back next year, bringing with her more fun and Christmas Cheer.

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2nd Annual Festival of Trees 2017 Another huge success as St. Oliver Plunkett Church is awarded the best tree by popular vote with more than 3,250 items donated.

Truckloads of food were brought to the Southeast Gwinnett Co-op because of the generosity in our community. SNAP - the Snellville Neighborhood Awareness Program was the runner-up this year with more than 850 units of food and donations collected for the Co-op. The Festival of Trees was created by Snellville Tourism and Trade to allow business owners, churches, schools and residents the opportunity to showcase their Christmas Trees in Snellville City Hall while helping their community Give Hunger the Boot. Festival of Trees First Place - St. Oliver

All nonperishable food items, toiletries, toys and monetary donations were accepted and placed under the tree of choice, with each item registering as a vote. All items were donated to the Southeast Gwinnett Co-op through “Give Hunger the Boot.�

Thank you to all who participated in the Festival of Trees!

Festival of Trees Second Place - SNAP

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AUGUST

MARCH 24 Gwinnett Life Run 5K 9 AM

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Spring Green Festival 10 AM-5 PM www.SpringGreenFestival.com

MAY 04 Food Truck Friday 4-8 PM 26 Memorial Day Celebration 4-5:30 PM 26 Live on the Lawn Concert 6-9 PM

JUNE 01 Food Truck Friday 4-8 PM 02 Farmer’s Market Opens 8:30 AM-12:30 PM

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04 Star Spangled Snellville 4-10 PM 06 Food Truck Friday 4-8 PM 14 Live on the Lawn Concert 6-9 PM

03 Food Truck Friday 4-8 PM 18 Live on the Lawn Concert 6-9 PM

SEPTEMBER 07 Food Truck Friday 4-8 PM 15 Taste of Snellville 4-8 PM 22 Live on the Lawn Concert 6-9 PM

OCTOBER 05 Food Truck Friday 4-8 PM 20 Fall Festival 12-6 PM

NOVEMBER 24 Lighted Christmas Parade 5:30 PM 24 Christmas Tree Lighting 5-8 PM

JUNE -- SEPTEMBER AWARD WINNING SNELLVILLE FARMERS’ MARKET (Every Saturday) 8:30 AM-12:30 PM


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