City Employees Participate in Career Day

photoThird, fourth, and fifth grade students met with the City of Dahlonega's Water Treatment Plant Supervisor, John Jarrard, and Waste Water Treatment Plant Supervisor, Allan McCallister, during Blackburn Elementary School's Career Day. Career Day provides the opportunity for students to visualize future career options by engaging in conversations with local professionals. Dahlonega City Manager, Bruce Georgia, stated, "Any opportunity our employees have to talk with our community's youth is important to us as an organization." Mr. Jarrard and Mr. McCallister spoke to the students about the City's management process to provide safe, quality drinking water for Dahlonega residents.

Blackburn Elementary School Assistant Principal, Dr. Linda Parr, said, "We are always very appreciative that local city employees take the time to speak with our students." Throughout the day, students participated in many activities that taught them about different types of careers. Dr. Parr continued to speak on how Career Day benefits Dahlonega-Lumpkin County by helping students "learn new possibilities for them to become as adults while having fun!"

Blackburn Elementary will hold a career day for kindergarten through second grade in March 2014.

 
First Friday Night Concert Information

The First Friday concerts are held in downtown Dahlonega's beautiful Hancock Park. All concerts begin at 6:30 PM. Mark your calendar now and make your plans to attend each event. Bring friends, family, and lawn chairs and enjoy the fun in downtown Dahlonega. Dancing and socializing are encouraged! Arrive early, enjoy excellent downtown shopping, and pick up your picnic from any of downtown's popular restaurants.

Become a Fan of the First Friday Night Concert on Facebook or visit dahlonegafirstfridayconcerts.org for future announcements & details. 

 
Featured Article in Georgia Trend Magazine

Downtown Dahlonega was one of eight cities featured in the February 2013 edition of Georgia Trend for bustling activity in shopping, dining the arts & more. Click HERE to read the entire article.

 
DDA Reception & Awards Program

The Dahlonega Downtown Development Authority hosted the annual Downtown Business Reception & Awards Program on Thursday, February 28.

The event celebrates the previous year's successes in Downtown Dahlonega, the social and economic heart of North Georgia. The program included a report on 2012 Downtown Development Authority activities, a highlight of upcoming 2013 projects and a recognition of investments, partnerships and achievements within the historic central business district.

For the complete list of honorees and photos, follow this LINK.

 
Dahlonega Downtown Development Authority & Main Street Program Receives 2012 National Trust Main Street Accreditation

7-4 betterhometown2The Dahlonega Downtown Development Authority & Main Street Program has been designated as an accredited National Main Street Program for meeting the commercial district revitalization performance standards set by the National Trust Main Street Center®. Each year, the National Trust and its partners announce the list of accredited Main Street® programs that have built strong revitalization organizations and demonstrate their ability in using the Main Street Four-Point Approach® methodology for strengthening their local economy and protecting their historic buildings.

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City of Dahlonega's Main Street Program Receives 2011 National Main Street Accreditation

10-19 dahlonegaawardresizedThe City of Dahlonega's Main Street Program has been accredited as a 2011 National Main Street Program for meeting the commercial district revitalization performance standards set by the National Trust Main Street Center. Dahlonega joins over 700 other Main StreetTM revitalization programs being recognized as 2011 National Main Street Programs. Each year, the National Trust Main Street Center and its coordinating program partners announce the list of accredited National Main Street Programs around the country that have demonstrated their ability to follow the Main Street methodology.

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