It’s turning out to be another big spring weekend in the city.
On Sunday, you can be part of Peachtree City’s history by attending the unveiling and dedication of Peachtree City Founders’ Corner at the city hall plaza at 2 p.m.
The city will be dedicating sculptures of two of Peachtree City’s founding fathers - first Mayor Joel Cowan and financier and developer Floy Farr. The busts were done by Georgia sculptor Andy Davis. There will also be the first of six plaques providing a timeline to the city’s history, both before and after its incorporation in 1959.
This project was undertaken to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Peachtree City’s founding, and will mark the city’s progress as we continue to our centennial celebration in 2059. Bring the family and decide how you will make history in Peachtree City.
The display was made possible by several major donors and sponsors, including; The Rotary Club of Peachtree City, The Floy Farr family, Coweta-Fayette EMC, Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, Global Aviation Holdings, Edgar and Mary Chapman, Dr. Gordon Fleming, Betsy Tyler, Scott Bradshaw, Frederick Brown, Jr., Paula and Dan Dougherty, Hollis Harris, Mrs. Dolly Morgan, Jim and Marilyn Royal, Iola Snow, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Thomas, Steve and Jan Boone, Steve Brown, Floy Far Rotary Foundation, Wayne Griffin, W.W. “Bud” Jones, Larry and Frances Meaders, Dan Tennant, David and Alicia Conner, Katherine H. Creager, Bob and Ann Garrard, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Guilbert, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Thomas, and Mrs. Beth Viall. In kind builders contributions include from Historical Concepts, Hooten Land Design, Lorber and Associates, Jerry Peterson, Peterson Planning and W.D. Gray Associates.
On Saturday, Peachtree City will be hosting it’s annual Spring Cleanup.
It’s that time of year again! Clean out the garage and yard and bring your unwanted items to the Peachtree City Recycling Center (off Hwy 74 South at Rockaway Road) between 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, May 3 and 4. Peachtree City residents can drop off unwanted appliances, furniture, and other junk that the Recycling Center does not normally accept. No tires, batteries, or household garbage will be accepted. If you have questions, please call Public Works at 770-487-5183.
Getting rid of items that are still usable? Peachtree City’s Healing Bridge Clinic is accepting furniture, clothing, & household items of all sorts in resale condition for their Garage Sale Fundraiser on May 2 and 3 at 540 Birkdale Dr (off Redwine Rd.). Drop off items or arrange for larger items to be picked up. Email director@HealingBridgeClinic.org to contribute.