The CARES Act has been signed into law and the Senate Small Business Committee Saturday afternoon released a detailed guide on the programs and benefits to small businesses that is in the legislation. What's in it? The CARES Act expands the maximum loan in the 7(a) program to $10,000,000, covers ALL existing SBA 7(a) and 504 borrowers payments for the next six months (every existing SBA borrowers payment will be paid for them), will cover payments for the first six months on any SBA 7(a) or 504 loan
Out of an abundance of caution – as well as the love we have for our wonderful Bear family of musicians, artists, volunteers, sponsors, storytellers, vendors and more – we have made the difficult decision to cancel this year’s festival due to the Coronavirus. We know how much everyone looks forward to Bear and we will definitely be back in 2021, the weekend of April 17-18. Thank you, not only for your support of this decision, but also your support of Bear on the Square next year and for many years to
A large coalition of restaurants, ranging from individual local businesses to national chains, banded together for the Great American Takeout, a social media movement encouraging consumers to order takeout. Thanks to bans on in-person dining by local governments around the country, including the City of Atlanta and many other metro-area municipalities, most restaurants are not able to do business as usual. Many have switched to takeout-only ordering, but restaurants in general have still seen a steep drop
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Out of an abundance of caution in response to the prevention and control of COVID-19 (coronavirus) and in order to ensure the health and safety of our guests and staff, effective today, March 23, we have temporarily halted Dahlonega Visitor Center operations. This decision was made jointly by the City of Dahlonega and Lumpkin County Government. Visitor e-mail inquiries and phone calls inquiries will still be handled, however, in-person operations are suspended. We encourage Visitors to utilize our
The safety and health of our members and community are of the utmost importance to the Dahlonega-Lumpkin County Chamber & Visitors Bureau. We are monitoring the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation closely and will continue to work to ensure the health and well-being of the public during this current fluid situation. We are in close contact with partners and our Board of Directors and will continue to follow the directive from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), state Department of Health, and
The Corner Kitchen remains open for business and taking extra efforts to keep our customers and employees safe. Remember, we are a "grab and go" Deli offering great sandwiches and sides as well as Boar's Head Meats and Cheeses by the Pound. We also offer Chicken Salad, Tuna Salad and Pimento Cheese by the pound. And last but definitely not least, our "made from scratch" baked goods. Call ahead, 706-864-2256, and we will bring your order to your car. Hope to see you soon!
The Dahlonega-Lumpkin County Chamber and Visitors Bureau wants all visitors to our community to have an enjoyable experience when visiting. The safety of our guests is our top priority and we strive to keep everyone apprised of the most current information available. While many of our attractions, wineries, lodging, businesses and restaurants remain open in Dahlonega and Lumpkin County, we recommend you call businesses or check their webpage/social media before traveling to the area. We have taken
Due to COVID19 we must postpone our Opening Day event.. A new opening date will be posted in the near future. We hope to make this happen by the end of May or early June. If you've already purchased tickets, we will honor those through the end of the season. (In November). We appreicate your support. Butterflies will not be cancelled this year!
The 6th Annual Hearts for the Homeless Spaghetti Supper is right around the corner! The event, which helps support Jeremiah’s Place, a transitional housing program in Lumpkin County, will be held on Tuesday, April 21st, 2020 from 5:00pm to 7:30pm. A delicious spaghetti dinner with all the fixins’ is held at Dahlonega United Methodist Church, St. Luke Catholic Church, Mt. Gilead Baptist Church and Dahlonega Baptist Church - all serving the community at the same time! It is your choice where you would like to
Pint Night at Gustavo's! - Every Thursday night, 5:00pm - 8:00pm - Buy a pint of our featured beer & keep the glass! - Follow us on Facebook for our weekly beer features
Inviting all military veterans disabled or impacted by physical, cognitive, or sensory issues to a complimentary golf instruction from specially trained PGA professionals, coaches, and volunteers! Starting on February 19th, 2020 from 12 pm - 2 pm and every third Wednesday of the month at: Achasta Golf Course & Range. Location: 639 Birch River Drive, Dahlonega, GA 30533 Contacts: David Windsor, PGA, firstname.lastname@example.org Veteran: Bob Thibodeau, Outreach Leader, GSGA email@example.com PGA Head
Welcome to "Every Day With God"________________________________________ • It takes the average reader about 90 hours to read through the Bible. • To do it in a year takes about 15 minutes each day. • Do you have 15 minutes a day that you can invest in reading God's word? • Would you like to do more than just read through the Bible? • If you answered "yes," then join us as we read through and study the Bible in 2020. • Here's everything you need to know to join us at the Dahlonega Church of