All visits Primary Care and/or Urgent Care for New or Existing Patient's will be FREE on 5/25/22 (includes all in-house labs and services)! Walk-ins are welcome or Appointments can be made!
"Through Their Eyes"How we see them, how they see us...The view is different, but the vision is the same. Come learn more about Northern Star's mission and catch a glimpse of life "Through Their Eyes". Relaxing afternoon including a BBQ dinner, live entertainment, artists, silent auction, door prizes, and more! June 5, 2022 from 4pm-6pm at Bull Mountain Lodge, Dahlonega For more information or to purchase tickets please visit: northernstarga.org/donate-now or in person 24 Alicia Lane, Suite
Taste of the Mountains Passport Event A Taste of the Mountains will once again be a passport event in 2022. Passports will allow patrons to purchase a coupon book with one-time discounts at local restaurants and other venues that will be valid for 6 months. If purchased on eventbrite, the passport will be mailed to the mailing address you provide. There is also the option to purchase passports at the Dahlonega/Lumpkin County Chamber of Commerce starting in May with no fees. Proceeds from our sponsors –
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASETruist Member BreakroomTruist Bank sponsors the DLC Chamber’s Member Breakroom to support the Chamber’s small businesses, advocacy, and leadership programsDAHLONEGA, Georgia, March 7, 2022— The Chamber’s new location continues to evolve to support its members and programs with the addition of the Truist member Breakroom.The Chamber is located at 342 Courthouse Hill Suite E, the basement of the Kelley Building, and contains the Northside Hospital Multi-Purpose Room, the (almost complete)
Gov. Kemp Announces $3.7 Million in Grant Award for Broadband Access in Lumpkin County DAHLONEGA, Ga. – Governor Brian P. Kemp, joined by members of the Broadband Infrastructure Committee and state leaders, announced $3.7 million in State Fiscal Recovery grant funding to the Development Authority of Lumpkin County for broadband infrastructure. "This announcement of funding by Governor Kemp is a step in the right direction for Lumpkin County residents and businesses that lack adequate internet access," said