Sunday September 22nd, 2019 7:07PM

Hall chamber announces Spring Residential Beautification Award winners

By Ken Stanford Contributing Editor

The Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce Beautification Committee recently announced the 2019 Residential Beautification Awards.  Award nominations were made by neighbors and friends and selected by members of the Chamber's Beautification Committee.

The winners are:

*Sharon and Jerry Van de Water, 7070 Boathouse Way, Flowery Branch at Sterling on the Lake.  

*Don Linke at 3651 Mariner Bluff Court, Gainesville, in the Harbor Pointe subdivision. 

“Since 1994, the Greater Hall Chamber has recognized and promoted homeowners that are helping beautify our community,” said Robin Halstead, Vice President of Community Development, Greater Hall Chamber.  “Along with our annual Business Beautification Awards, this residential initiative helps promote the importance of landscape enhancements and recognize those that are making a difference.”

For more information on Residential or Business Beautification Awards, contact Robin Halstead, Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce, 770-532-6206.  Email:

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