The city of Porterdale greatly appreciates the continued support of the Newton Citizen as we work to make our city a source of pride to Newton County.
We enjoyed hosting the Fireworks in the Village event on July 4. This event would not have been possible without the generosity of our supporters.
Below is a list of those who contributed. Thank you for assisting us in recognizing the citizens, local businesses and others who made the July 4 event possible.
Councilman Mike Harper, Paul Desroches, Gary Curtis, Monty Laster, David Hays, B&H Transportation, Cowan ACE Hardware, THP Graphics/Jeff Riley, Covington Elks Lodge, Honda of Conyers, Dr. Warren, Jimbo's Grill at the Mill, William E. King Jr., K. Lee Durden, Nancy Schultz, Foxworth Tree Service, John Boothby, Home Depot of Covington, Better Hometown Board, B&G Equipment, Covington Rental, Smiley's Restaurant, Porterdale Bar & Grill, John Byce, Ready Rent All, Tom Fox, James Griffin, Denny's Dawgs Boarding, Porterdale Pawn, A.G. Morehouse, Denny Dobbs, Heritage Agency, Scott Hubbard State Farm Agency, Doster's Foods, Dr. William McCart, Ken Royston, BB&T, Current Event Productions, Ruben Morgan, Travis E. Hampton, DMD, Councilwoman Arline H. Chapman, Classic Auto Dealers, Porterdale Baptist Church, Patricia Waldrop, Jimmy Harris, Benny Phillips, The Oaks Golf Course, Newton Electric Supply, Tom Singleton, Porterdale Presbyterian Church, James Weadick, Bob Hayes, J.A. Howard, John Howard, Sen. John Douglas, Smith Insurance Agency, Dr. Muthu Kuttappan, Wheeler Funeral Home, Tommy Craig, Neely's Restaurant, Roy Frix, Dr. Robert Faulkner, Tires-n-Wheels, Qader Baig, Steve Horton, Mort Ewing, Ms. Walters, Golden Jubilee Investments, Friends of Porterdale, Oconee Metal Recovery, Newton Parks & Recreation/Tommy Hailey, Carter & Sloope, Publix, Bell's Discount Grocery and Tim Fleming.
City of Porterdale