Snodgrass to lead Dunwoody business community with...
by Christine Fonville
09:47 AM, Tuesday, October 21
A ribbon-cutting event, meeting the mayor and getting acquainted with staff and board members were on the docket for Dunwoody Chamber of Commerce’s new president Stephanie Snodgrass at her first day on the job. Snodgrass accepted the position abou...

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