Kindness abounds! Churches come together at Easter for a service in our city’s Towne Green. There are outdoor concerts and a farmer’s market during the summer. It is such a sweet city to raise children, there are so many good and honest folks who live and thrive in Snellville!
Stories About Snellville
Snellville’s Aimee Copeland knew she was in rough shape after wounding her leg falling from a zip-line, but had no idea her injury would land her back in the hospital just three days later. Having fallen from the zip-line into a creek, Aimee’s wound was infected by flesh-eating bacteria from the contaminated water that would result in varying amputations from all four limbs. Her hometown of Snellville pulled together to show support by hosting multiple fundraisers and concerts, coordinated fundraising efforts from the community that allowed the Snellville Tourism and Trade Association to present her with a check for $19,000 to assist with her prosthetics and recovery expenses. A local car dealership even made her a custom van, and local contractors renovated her parents’ home to make it easier for her to maneuver. Snellville really showed such kindness to her.