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(Sugar Hill, GA) April 17, 2019, The Sugar Hill Historic Preservation Society is now accepting applications for the organization’s first continuing education scholarship.

The $1000 scholarship will be awarded to one Sugar Hill student who will be attending college or technical school as a freshman or sophomore during the Fall of 2019. The applicants are asked to write an essay discussing the social progression of the area between the city’s early days and today. Applicants are encouraged to research and interview Sugar Hill natives, founding families, and veterans to gain insight on life in early Sugar Hill.

The Preservation Society members hope that this scholarship opportunity will encourage students to discover and foster a love of community and history. Council Member Brandon Hembree, who was instrumental in the founding of the Society, said, “Sugar Hill’s unique history and strong sense of community set it apart from other places in Gwinnett County. This is a great opportunity for rising college students to earn scholarship funds, but also rediscover and share Sugar Hill’s past.” 

Chris Walker, The Society’s chairman, invites students to dive deep into the community’s history. He noted, “I love calling Sugar Hill home…it has changed a lot since I first moved here, but one thing it has kept is its strong sense of community. We at the Sugar Hill Historic Preservation Society are very excited to offer this scholarship opportunity. We have so much more to learn about Sugar Hill, our best resources are those that lived here before us.”

Applications are due July 1, 2019. For more information or to apply, visit

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