Attendees include Suzanne and Vernon Appenzeller, Jennifer and Bill Atkins, Anne and Gary Atkins, John Delves, Billie and Joe Dendy, Ben Duncan, Keli and Bob Gambrell, John Moore, Sara and Barry Morgan, Susan Onyeuriche, Michael Opitz, Joseph Pond, Tricia Pridemore, Kathy Qualey, Cathy and Kevin Shrodes, Juanita Stedman, Virginia and Roswell Story, Penny and Neil Warren, Evelyn Webb, Diane and John Webb, Diane Woods, and Johnell Woody.
Marietta Visitors Bureau recently launched a newly redesigned website at MariettaSquare.com that includes an online community sourced calendar. The new website features local attractions along with shopping, dining and hotel options to help visitors take advantage of all Marietta has to offer. The site is easier to navigate and more useful than the previous site.
One of the most exciting features of the website is the community-sourced calendar that can also be found at MariettaCalendar.com. All local businesses, merchants, charities and individuals are encouraged to visit the online calendar and add their upcoming community events. The Visitors Bureau saw the need for a comprehensive online calendar that was accessible to everyone in the community for either posting events or discovering what was coming up in the area. It is an ideal way for organizations to promote their events through free publicity. The free online resource provides a wealth of art, cultural and recreational attractions in the Marietta area.
To submit an event to the Marietta Calendar of Events, visit www.mariettacalendar.com and click the green button labeled “+Post Your Event.” Once the event has been submitted, it will be reviewed by the Marietta Visitors Bureau and upon approval posted thereafter. The inclusion of photographs or other graphics with each event submission is highly recommended.
For more information on the Marietta Visitors Bureau or the new website, contact the Marietta Welcome Center at (770) 429-1115 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Put on your tuxedos and gowns (or usual running clothes) and run the symphony-themed 5th Annual Noteworthy 5K Race on May 17 at 7 p.m. Formal attire is encouraged. The Noteworthy Race begins at Barrett Lakes Office Park, Building Four, off Greers Chapel Road in Kennesaw. Registration is now open. Visit georgiasymphony.org for details and to register.
Sally Litchfield is a longtime Marietta resident. She formerly practiced law in Marietta and now stays home to raise her two children. Send Sally news at email@example.com. Call Sally at (770) 425-8106.