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Scott Plagmann
· September 15, 2017
Best neighbors and neighborhood I lived in during my 14 years in Georgia!
Chris Waller
· June 12, 2017
Hapeville Is the Bomb And Will Forever be called my Hometown even though I wasn't born there, I spent a lot of my youth there.
James E Carroll
· November 1, 2016
Awesome the food and the service was great. I was very pleased with the food.
Shawnee Sheldt
· June 14, 2017
Love this town and its forward thinking Mayor and business folk!
Lynn Heikell
· January 7, 2017
Lived here since the small town spirit...#hapevillepolice#hapevillecitycouncil#my neighborhoodisaweaone
We ♥ Small Business Workshop - Identity Theft - March 15th

Join the ATL Airport Chamber (TAAC) for this timely presentation on strategies to protect you and your family, your employees and your business. The 2017 Equifax breach exposed 145.5 million Americans’ personal information – including name, Social Security number, birth date, address, driver’s license and more that could be used by thieves to commit identity theft. This presentation is the first in TAAC’s 2018 “We Love Small Business” Workshop Series. So, register today onlin...e at or call the office at 404-209-0910.

9:00AM to 11AM
Aerotropolis Atlanta/CID Office,
3800 Camp Creek Pkwy, Bldg. 1400 Suite 132,
Atlanta, GA 30331

**Cost: $10 per person, space limited to 30 participants. First come, first serve.**

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Hapeville Hosts Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers: Friday, Feb 23
Hapeville Performing Arts Center Presents: I and You by Lauren Gunderson

Academy Theatre Presents: I and You by Lauren Gunderson

Where: Hapeville Performing Arts Center
When: Feb 9 - Feb 25, Fridays @ 8pm, Saturdays @ 5pm, Sundays @ 3pm


I and You is an ode to youth, life, love, and the strange beauty of human connectedness. Come join us for this riveting performance.

Tickets are $20 in advance online, $25 at the door

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One afternoon, Anthony arrives unexpectedly at classmate Carolines door bearing a beat-up copy of Walt Whitmans Leaves of Grass, an urgent assignment from their English teacher.