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Senoia Tea Party celebrates first anniversary

It has been one year since the Senoia Tea Party Patriots held its organizational meeting. The group since its inception has been active in addressing local, state and national issues. And on Aug. 22 the group will hold its first anniversary meeting featuring state Rep. Billy Horne and Senoia Mayor Robert Belisle. Read More»

Senoia to hold town hall meeting Aug. 18

The Senoia Downtown Development Authority will hold a town hall meeting Aug. 18 to solicit input from citizens on ways to improve their hometown and to learn what types of business and services residents would like to see in the future.

The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. at the Freeman Sasser building located at the Seavy Street Park. A light meal will also be served during the meeting. Read More»

Senoia Area Historical Society invites public to come out and learn more

The Senoia Area Historical Society museum was opened in July 2010 and is open each Friday and Saturday, 1-4 p.m.

Maureen Schuyler, 2011 chair of the museum committee advises that the society is dedicated to collecting, preserving and protecting our area's history and historical artifacts. Read More»

Senoia Farmers Market open Aug. 13

The Senoia Farmers Market will place on Saturday, August 13th, in the parking lot next to City Hall on Main Street in downtown Senoia.  The Market will be open from 8 a.m. to noon. A variety of locally grown produce, homemade canned goods, and specialty items will be available. For more information, go to the events section of the enjoysenoia.com website, or contact Don Caputo, the Market Coordinator at 770-599-4148.

Trying their hands at art in Senoia

Trying their hands at art in Senoia

The Cultural Arts Committee of the Senoia Downtown Development Authority recently sponsored its third Hands On Art Camp. The camp this year included painting, photography and fiber art and was held at The Veranda on Seavy Street. A few of the campers included (from left) Miranda Cavins, Anna Chirillo, Madison Batchelor and Olivia Forte. Photo/Ben Nelms.

Mike Hattaway of Senoia

Mr. Mike Hattaway of Senoia passed away on July 24, 2011. Mike was with the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office for 31 years and is survived by his wife, Monica Sims Hattaway; daughters, Morgan and Mikaela Hattaway; mother, Shirley Hall of Union City; father, Bill Hattaway and his wife, Betty of Molena, GA; sisters, Amy Garmon and her husband Jeff of Milner, GA and Paula Richards and her husband, Manuel of Commerce, cousins, Scott Marchman, Kevin Marchman, Davey Todd, Chad Wallace and Uncle Butch. Read More»

Mr. Melvin L. Green, Jr., 78, of Senoia

Mr. Melvin L. Green, Jr., age 78, of Senoia, formerly of Fayette County, passed away on July 24, 2011.

He proudly served in the US Army. After 33 years of dedicated service, Mr. Green retired as a captain from Eastern Airlines. He was a loving husband, father, and grandfather.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Melvin Louis Green, Sr. and Margaret Nimmo Green. Read More»

Decision on Senoia historic overlay postponed

The Senoia City Council on July 18 took up the issue of potentially eliminating several city streets from the Historic Neighborhood Overlay area that Mayor Robert Belisle said in past years had been erroneously included in the designated area but are not of sufficient age to be considered historic. The issue was postponed until Aug. 1 after a spokesman for the Stonebridge subdivision objected to his area being removed, citing a potential decrease in property values. Read More»

Youth Appreciation Banquet hosted by Senoia Optimist Club

The Optimist Club of Senoia hosted its annual Youth Appreciation Banquet on May 5, 2011 in recognition of students at East Coweta High School and Northgate High School. Senoia Optimist member Laura Bell was the chair of the event which was held at the Senior Citizens’ Center in Senoia. 

Bell explained to the gathering that counselors at the two high schools were asked to select students for this recognition who had achieved a noticeable level of success in school while dealing with difficult situations with which other students typically were not associated.  Read More»

Learning about other cultures’ crafts at Senoia Library

Learning about other cultures’ crafts at Senoia Library

It was a chance to get involved with other cultures. Area kids tried their hand at “World Craft India” at the Senoia Library on July 13. The program is one of a number of events, such as Story Time and Family Night, that are a part of the library’s Summer Reading Program. World Craft is held on Wednesdays at 11 a.m. and highlights a different country each week. Story Time is held each Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. Photo/Ben Nelms.

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