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Monday, October 19 2015

Distributed by Lilburn Community Partnership                            October 8, 2015

Read on and get out and enjoy your community.

(Go to the Blog page to translate this issue. or read it later. Please submit items in Word documents by the 20th of the month.)


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SafetySmart Fire Safety Program Oct. 8th

The community is invited to attend a fire safety presentation by Gwinnett County Department of Fire and Emergency services on Thursday, Oct. 8, 7:00 - 8:30 pm.  The program will present startegies to keep you and your family safe including: fire safety, safe cooking habits, fire escape plan, home safety, how to survive a fire, and fire prevention in the community.  The free program is sponsored by SafetySmart Lilburn and will take place  in Lilburn City Hall Auditorium located at 76 Main Street in Lilburn.

Lilburn Daze Oct. 10th, 9 am - 5 pm in Lilburn City Park

(Click on the scarecrow for a slideshow by Richard Ferris)

A Lilburn tradition for more than 40 years, Lilburn Daze features 200 arts and crafts vendors and a variety of food vendors. The kid zone features free art activities, a train ride, pony rides, and lots of other fun. With an estimated 12,000 attendees, this family-friendly festival is one of the most popular in the area.

The festival is hosted by the Lilburn Woman's Club and co-sponsored by the City of Lilburn. Visit for more information.

Lilburn Community Partnership

Free Home Buyer Class, Sat. Oct. 17

Kristin Byers (Real Estate Agent) and Brent Baldock (Mortgage Loan Officer NMLS ID #254679) will conduct a free home buyers workshop on Saturday, Oct. 17, 10:00 am -11: 30 am at the Wynne-Russell House, 4685 Wynne Russell Dr. Lilburn.  Topics that will be covered include:  applying for a mortgage loan, types of loans available, working with a real estate agent, contracts and negotiation, inspections and appraisals, and the closing.  Time will also be allotted for questions and answers.  For more information go to: Please contact Kristin Byers to RSVP at 770-695-2078.

Lilburn Community Partnership Receives AllState Foundation Grant

The LCP recently was awarded a grant from the AllState Foundation.  Funds will be used to continue promoting community engagement through events, the website, newsletter and the Wynne-Russell House as a meeting/event venue.

Miriam Vega Insurance Agency was instrumental in helping LCP achieve the grant.  Mrs. Vega, along with her staff and family members have devoted many volunteer hours helping to maintain the Wynne-Russell House and working on other LCP projects. The LCP is very appreciative of what AllState and Vega Insurance Agency have contributed to help make the greater Lilburn community a wonderful place to call to call home.

Have Your Holiday Gathering at the Wynne Russell House

The Wynne-Russell House will be decorated for Christmas this year and will be an ideal location for your holiday gathering of up to 40. Rental rates are $25 per hour with a two-hour minimum.  For multiple rentals, contact info@lilburncp.comLINK for information on the house and events.

Wynne-Russell Historic Preservation Committee News
October Ticketed Investigation

On Saturday, Oct. 24, Timeless Paranormal will be hosting four evening investigations for small groups.  This is a ticketed event with all proceeds benefitting the Wynne-Russell House.  Times are 5, 6, 8, and 9 pm.   The 8 and 9 pm sessions are sold out and a few spots remain in the 6 pm session. Go to for ticket reservations and email Shannon Byers: to secure your spot in the small group sessions.

Historic Preservation Committee Meeting

The Wynne-Russell Historic Preservation Committee meets on Wednesday, Oct. 14 at 5:00 pm at the Wynne-Russell House.  Visitors are welcome.

News from the City


Upcoming Meetings

(Check the City website for updates)

  • City Council convenes on October 12 for work session at 6:30 pm and for formal meeting at 7:30 pm.
  • Downtown Development Authority meets on October 21 for work session at 6:30 pm followed by formal meeting.
  • Planning Commission meets on Oct. 22 at 7:30 preceeded by a work session.

October and November Events

Food Truck Tuesday, Oct.13

Bring your lawn chair and enjoy an evening in the park! 5:00 pm until 8:00 pm. 

Trucks scheduled to be at the event include;
Mac the Cheese
Pressed for Time
Spiedie Zone
Tasting Maine
King of Pops
Chay J's
Sweet Jeanius

1910 Public House Restaurant will be selling beer and wine.  Live entertainment TBD. Check the Facebook Page for updates. Food Truck Tuesdays will end after Tuesday, Oct. 13.

Costume Swap - Saturday, Oct. 17 

Recycle and reuse!  Join the City of Lilburn’s Halloween Costume Swap on Saturday, October 17 from 12-3 p.m.

Parkview Cluster Foundation "Spirit" Fun Run -  Sunday, Oct. 18

Parkview Cluster Foundation is hosting a 5K and 1 mile fun run to support and raise grant money for Parkview Cluster schools.

For registration information, please email
Movie PosterMoonlight Movie: Oct. 24
Bring your blanket or lawn chair and watch "Hotel Transylvania" in the park! Concessions and children's activities will be available. Kids are encouraged to wear their costumes. Movie will begin at dusk. (6:00 -9:30 pm. Lilburn City Park, 76 Main St.
Daffy's Day Hike for Hungry Pets, Sun. Oct. 25 
This annual fundraiser will include pet adoptions and a pet hike.  Visit vendor booths and enjoy live music!  For more information, please visit
December Treelighting and Christmas Parade
This year's treelighting is set for Tuesday evening, Dec. 1 from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm and the parade is set for Saturday, Dec. 5 at 10:00 am.  Go to the city website for parade entry information. 

Lilburn City Election Nov. 3

A general election for the City of Lilburn will be held on Nov. 3, 2015, for the seats held by Mayor Johnny Crist, and Council Members Teresa Czyz and Scott Batterton.

The only contested race will be that of Council Member Teresa Czyz.  Michele West and Brian Birchick have qualified to run.

Only registered voters who reside in the city limits may vote in this election. The last day to register and be eligible to vote in this election will be Oct. 5. The polls will be open on Election Day, Nov. 3, from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. at Lilburn City Hall, 76 Main St.

Business Info


Agavero has Mariachis every Thursday evenings.4140 Lawrenceville Hwy. Lilburn. Check them out on Facebook.

Interested in Starting or Expanding a Business?

Editor's Note:  Check out this free tool from the Census Data website.  It is user friendly and can give you easy access to data you can use in making decisions on how to grow your business.

Expanding Small Business Owners’ Access to Our Data with Census Business Builder

Written by: John H. Thompson, Director of the U. S Census Bureau

The U.S. Census Bureau is the premiere source of data about America’s economy and businesses, and we’re committed to making our data more accessible than ever before. I’m pleased to introduce our latest tool in that effort: Census Business Builder: Small Business Edition.

Every day, businesses large and small use Census Bureau data to make important decisions. Large companies have sophisticated research staff to do this work for them, but small business owners are often left to their own devices. We’ve talked to many entrepreneurs across the country, and a common request is for more Census Bureau data in an easier-to-use format. We listened, and in response, we developed Census Business Builder: Small Business Edition to provide them with easier access to more data.

Census Business Builder: Small Business Edition combines economic and demographic data in meaningful ways that are useful to the small business owner. Uniquely, Census Business Builder also uses third party data on consumer spending. While not produced by Census, we believe that the addition of this data will help deliver the information that’s most useful for small business owners’ needs. The result is an innovative data tool that will help small business entrepreneurs determine the best type and location for their small business.

To start, select your business type from a list of over 40 categories – such as a restaurant, construction company or beauty salon – and where you’re considering setting up shop.

Once you input this information, you see a map view of your selected location (county, city, town or ZIP code), along with relevant demographic, economic and housing characteristics for that area’s residents. You can pull up features of other businesses like yours – such as number of establishments or similar businesses, average payroll and consumer spending. You can also add filters in order to see cities, counties and neighborhoods with their potential customers’ desired income, education, poverty and employment characteristics.

Census Business Builder increases the availability and usefulness of the statistics the Census Bureau collects, and it’s a valuable tool for small business owners across America. This is the latest in the Census Bureau’s digital transformation effort, along with major upgrades to, an expanding open API, mobile apps and other interactive data tools.

We hope you visit Census Business Builder at and give us your thoughts via the feedback button. Ideas for improvements to future versions of the tool will come from you, the user.

Lilburn Community News

First Baptist Lilburn Celebrates 175 Years and Festival of Nations Oct. 18

Worship at 10:00 AM on Oct. 18 with special Guest, Rev. Carl Marshall (Pastor, 1977-1983), followed by a BBQ Dinner - $10.00 for Adults and $5.00 for Children.  Victory Quartet Concert at 1:30 pm.

Purchase Dinner tickets  by October 5, 2015. For more information: or 770-921-1220.

Trunk of Treat at Good Shepherd, Oct. 24.

Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church presents "Trunk of Treat" on Saturday, Oct. 24th, 4 pm to 7 pm.  There will be hayrides, Mystery Maze, games, music, prizes and food.  Wear your favorite costume and join the fun. Good Shepherd is located at 1400 Killian Hill Rd.  More info at this LINK.

Annual BBQ at Luxomni Church, Nov. 7th

On the first Saturday of November each year the Luxomni/Lilburn community comes together for an incredible time of food, fellowship and fun with the Luxomni Baptist Church BBQ, Bake and Yard Sale!   A pork plate sells for $8.00 and additional chopped pork and brunswick stew can be purchased by the pound and quart. In addition to the mouth watering BBQ, you’ll want to stock up on some of the many baked goods prepared by hand by the ladies of the church.  HINT: If you want Fired Apple Pies you need to pre order at the Baked Goods table at 10:00am when they open!  With all of this incredible food, you’ll also want to take a walk through the Youth Yard Sale.  This event always has something for everyone, with all proceeds going to help fund the annual youth summer trip!

Lilburn Area Girl Scouts

Gross Goodies Swap at Wynne-Russell House, Sat. Oct. 31, 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Gross Goodies is a Girl Scout Tradition held annually around Halloween, which is also Juliette Gordon Low's birthday.  Girl Scouts and invited guests gather to share and swap portions of dishes made to look disgusting but actually Taste delicious. There are enless examples online. 

To participate, please RSVP your information (troop or individual and number of attendees) and if you can bring your own table to Lesslie at

In the giving spirit of Juliette Gordon Low, we request donations of deordorant, travel-sized toiletries, toothbrushes and toothpaste for distribution to the homeless downtown.

The Wynne-Russell House is located at 4685 Wynne-Russell Drive in Lilburn.

The Lilburn Arts Alliance will show case members'  art work on Saturday, Oct. 10 at the Lilburn Daze Arts and Crafts Festival in Lilburn City Park.

Check their Facebook page for updates and future meeting info Guests are always welcome.

Please contact Andy Triemer, President, at (770) 931-2295 or visit their website for more information about the Lilburn Arts Alliance.

Lilburn Business Association

Make your plans to attend the LBA October 20th business luncheon at Taste of Paradise Restaurant, 11:30 am -1:00 pm.  Sharita Robinson, of Robinson Consulting Services will present: HR for Small Businesses: What you need to know.

The LBA generally has its lunch meetings the third Tuesday of the month 11:30 am - 1:00 pm at A Taste of Paradise restaurant located near Harbor Freight in the Market Place Shopping center,  4805 Lawrenceville Hwy, Lilburn, Ga 30047. Be sure to check the LBA website and newsletter for meeting details.

Register and Pay Online (members: $12, non-members: $15). Registration is not required but is encouraged. You do not need to be a member to attend.



Lilburn Lions

Meetings:  Oct. 8 and Oct. 22

The Lilburn Lions Club would like to invite those interested to attend meetings the second Thursday of the month at noon at the Taste of Paradise Restaurant located in the Market Place Shopping Center at 4805 Lawrenceville Hwy. in Lilburn (intersection of Indian Trail Rd. and US 29) and the fourth Thursday of the month at 6:30 pm at Berkmar Middle School, located opposite the Post Office on Hwy. 29 at the traffic light at Postal Way. For information on Lion's Club International, please follow this LINK.

The Lilburn Lions will have a work project with volunteers from Anthem on Sunday, Oct. 11 from 12 pm - 4 pm at Berkmar High School.  The Lions recently received a grant from Anthem to assist with making some repairs and improvements at the school.  At their Oct. 22nd meeting they will be picking a winner for the Peace Poster Contest. On Saturday, Oct. 24 they will be picking up litter along Rockbridge Rd between Webb Pkwy and Dickens Rd. 


Lilburn Woman's Club

LWC Offers Training to Reduce Child Abuse

Did you know that 1 in 10 children are sexually abused before their 18th birthday? And that 90% of children know and trust their abusers?

Please help us change this statistic and make our community a safer place for our children. Join us on Monday October 19th, 9:00 am to 11:30 am, at Lilburn City Hall for breakfast and training.

Learn how to prevent child sexual abuse. The Stewards of Children "Darkness to Light" training program teaches adults how to prevent, recognize and react responsibly to child sexual abuse.  Our trainer is Carol Neal Rossi, Regional Prevention Coordinator (Atlanta Metro) for Georgia Center for Child Advocacy.  Workbooks will be provided.

The planning team for this training is the Gwinnett Coalition for Health and
Human Services, the Child Sexual Assault Prevention Committee, Lilburn Police Chief Bruce Hedley and the Lilburn Woman's Club. 

Breakfast will be provided by the Lilburn Woman's Club. Please RSVP to Pat
Swan by email if you plan to attend at or call 770-923-6550.

Let's take responsibility as a community! Take the training!  This class is free. (CEUs offered.) 

New Member Information Meeting Oct. 24th.

You have heard about the Lilburn Woman's Club and all of our work in the community. Please accept our invitation to attend an informational meeting to learn exactly what we do, how we do all that we do, and what it takes to become a member. We would love to have you join us.

Date: October 24, 9:00 -11:00 am

Please call Jeannie at 770-381-1963 for more information and location



From SafetySmart Lilburn 

(Submitted by Margot Ashley, President)

FBI Spoofed by Scammers

The FBI is warning college students in Georgia to be on the lookout for a phone scam which specifically targets them for bogus student loan debt.

Students have called the FBI to complain about phone scammers posing as members of the federal government or FBI agents demanding payment for allegedly delinquent student loans, taxes, or parking tickets, the bureau says.

Some callers threatened their victims with arrest and inability to graduate on time unless the victims wired money to the scammers via MoneyGram, according to the FBI.

The scammers have obtained specific information on their marks and are using it to sound more convincing, and have even ”spoofed” the Atlanta FBI Field Office’s phone number in the caller ID to give the scam caller even more credibility, agents say.

“Spoofing” is a method that scammers use to trick caller ID software into believing a call is coming from a different location. Various online programs allow the scammers to fool victim’s phones into displaying the FBI Atlanta Field Office’s phone number and name when the call comes through.

“The public is reminded that the FBI does not call private citizens requesting money and to never give out unsolicited requests for personal information to callers that you don’t know,” the FBI says in a Monday statement.

Anyone who receives one of this scam phone calls is advised to file a complaint with the bureau through the Internet Crime Complaint Center.

Don't Fall for These Scams

Phishing scams come through fraudulent e-mails asking you to verify your personal information. In another type of scam, called vishing, a scammer may contact you over the phone to request this information. Though their tactics might change, all scammers have the same objective: to get your personal information.

Find out more about phone and online scams and how you can avoid them. Help protect others by sharing this information with a friend, an older parent, or with a co-worker.

Healthy Aging

Some declines in cognition and memory with age are normal, but sometimes they can signal problems. Learn the signs and symptoms of dementia and cognitive impairments so you can help the older adults in your life seek treatment at the right time.

September is Healthy Aging Month, a great time to learn the signs and symptoms associated with dementia and cognitive impairments. Physical activity, social engagement, and a healthy diet help prevent chronic conditions and increase the longevity and quality of life of older adults, but despite engaging in these healthy activities, some adults may develop memory loss or dementia. Some declines in memory are a normal part of aging, but sometimes they can signal a problem. Learn how to tell the difference.

Cognitive Decline Defined

Cognition is a combination of mental processes that include intuition, judgment, language, remembering, and the ability to learn new things. When cognition is impaired (referred to as cognitive impairment or decline), a person has trouble with these processes that begins to affect the things he or she can do in everyday life.

The decline of cognitive health—from mild cognitive decline to dementia—can have profound implications for an individual's health and well-being. Older adults and others experiencing cognitive decline may be unable to care for themselves or conduct necessary activities of daily living, such as meal preparation and money management, co-occurring medical conditions, and the inability to effectively manage medications are particular concerns when an individual's memory is impaired.

If you’re concerned that you or someone you know has a serious memory problem, talk with your doctor.

Forgetfulness or Something More?

Forgetfulness can be a normal part of aging. Some people may notice that it takes longer to learn new things, they don't remember information as well as they did, or they lose things like their glasses. These usually are signs of mild forgetfulness, not a serious memory problem.

Some memory problems are related to health issues that may be treatable. For example, medication side effects, vitamin B 12 deficiency, chronic alcoholism, tumors or infections in the brain, or blood clots in the brain can cause memory loss or possibly dementia. Some thyroid, kidney, or liver disorders also can lead to memory loss. A doctor should treat serious medical conditions like these as soon as possible.

For some older people, memory problems are a sign of a serious problem, such as mild cognitive impairment,dementia, or Alzheimer's disease. People who are worried about memory problems should see a doctor. The doctor might conduct or order a thorough physical and mental health evaluation to reach a diagnosis. Often, these evaluations are conducted by a neurologist, a physician who specializes in problems related to the brain and central nervous system.


A person with dementia should be under a doctor's care. The doctor might be a neurologist, family doctor, internist, geriatrician, or psychiatrist. He or she can treat the patient's physical and behavioral problems (such as aggression, agitation, or wandering) and answer the many questions that the person or family may have. At this time, however, there are no effective treatments to slow the progression or to cure dementia or Alzheimer's disease.

Family members and friends can help people in the early stages of dementia to continue their daily routines, physical activities, and social contacts. People with dementia should be kept up to date about the details of their lives, such as the time of day, where they live, and what is happening at home or in the world. Memory aids may help. Some families find that a big calendar, a list of daily plans, notes about simple safety measures, and written directions describing how to use common household items are useful aids.

Caring for a Person with Dementia or Memory loss

According to a study published in a March 2015 release of CDC's journal Preventing Chronic Disease, a total of 12.6 percent of households reported at least one adult who experienced increased confusion or memory loss, and in nearly 6 percent of households all adults experienced increased confusion or memory loss.1 Based on these results, an estimated 4 million households in the 13 U.S. states included in the study have a family member with increased confusion or memory loss, potentially affecting more than 10 million people. This leaves many people who are left with the task of caring for someone suffering from a memory problem.

Many caregivers of older adults express satisfaction with the care they are able to provide, but they often face challenges, especially when caring for people with chronic diseases such as dementia. The day-to-day tasks may seem endless: arranging doctor's appointments and transportation, moving the person safely around, ensuring proper nutrition, and much more. Difficult situations, such as hospitalization and making decisions about long-term care, also arise. The National Institute on Aging at the National Institute of Health has information that can help caregivers approach many of these issues.

If you're concerned that you or someone you know has a serious memory problem, talk with your doctor. He or she may be able to diagnose the problem or refer you to a specialist, such as a neurologist or geriatric psychiatrist. Healthcare professionals who specialize in Alzheimer's and other dementias can recommend ways to manage the problem or suggest treatment or services that might help.


  1. Deokar AJ, Bouldin ED, Edwards VJ, Anderson LA. Increased Confusion and Memory Loss in Households, 2011 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System. Prev Chronic Dis 2015;12:1404307

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News from Schools

Win $250 for your team, school or organization

For Red Ribbon Week 2015, GUIDE is excited about our 2nd Annual campaign, Paint Georgia Red! We would love to have YOU participate. By telling us why you choose to be drug free and submitting a photo of yourself wearing red somewhere in your community, you will be entered to win one of two awesome prizes!

We are giving away a $100 Visa gift card to the individual with the best photo and prevention message as well as a check for $250 to the Youth Action Team, organization, school or other group who submits the most photos and unique prevention messages.

To learn more about this campaign and submit your entry, please visit We hope to hear from you soon!

E-SPLOST Information

On November 3, 2015, Gwinnett voters will be asked to consider continuing the E-SPLOST (education special purpose local option sales tax). Over the years, Gwinnett students and school communities have benefited from the E-SPLOST which has provided thousands of needed classrooms in nearly 60 new schools and nearly 80 school additions, as well as technology improvements that are essential to teaching and learning.  More information at the GCPS Website

Gwinnett County News

Special Election Voting Information

Voters can request an absentee ballot for the Nov. 3 special election. A completed application must first be received before an absentee ballot is issued. Please access the form online or call 678.226.7210 to request an application.

Voters do not have to register separately for city elections. If you are a registered county voter and you reside within the city limits, you are automatically registered for city elections.

Go to this LINK for online voting information and absentee ballot requests.

Property Taxes Due Oct. 15

(Lawrenceville, Ga., Oct. 6, 2015) 2015 property tax payments are due Thursday, Oct. 15.

For property owners with an escrow account, tax information is available to mortgage companies; however, it is ultimately the responsibility of the property owner to ensure taxes are paid by the due date. If there are questions about who will pay the taxes, homeowners should contact their mortgage company directly, especially if their mortgage company has recently changed.

There are several options for property tax payment:

·         Pay online by check, credit or debit card at (Paying by check is free; debit card: $3.95 flat fee; credit card: 2.29% service fee.)

·         New! Pay property tax with a credit/debit card at a self-service kiosk at any Tax Commissioner office. Credit/debit service fees apply to this option also.

·         Mail payments to P.O. Box 372, Lawrenceville, GA 30046.

·         Pay by check using drop boxes 24 hours a day at all Tax Commissioner offices.

·         Pay in person during business hours at all Tax Commissioner offices.

 View your property tax information at – now viewable on mobile devices! If you have questions, contact the office at or (770) 822-8800.

Job Readiness Workshop - FREE

October 10 from 9:00am to noon. Join us for a one-day workshop as we cover resume writing and interview skills. The workshop is provided by Lift Up Atlanta Inc. To pre-register, please call 678.225.5400. Norcross Human Services Center, 5030 Georgia Belle Court in Norcross.

Monday Movie Matinee

October 12 from 2:00pm to 4:00pm. Bring a friend and enjoy a movie with popcorn and drink included. Cost: $2 per person. You must pre-register. Call 678.277.0179 for movie selections and reservations. Bethesda Park Senior Center, 225 Bethesda Church Road in Lawrenceville.

Homebuyer Education Workshop - FREE

October 30 from 8:30am to 5:00pm. Join us as we discuss homebuyer education. We will cover budgeting and mon­ey management, the ABCs of credit and credit reports, down payment assistance programs, what to expect from a realtor, mortgage loan process, home inspections and appraisals, homeowner's insurance, the closing day, your legal rights, and more. To register, please call 1.866.625.0129. Norcross Human Services Center, 5030 Georgia Belle Court in Norcross.


(Lawrenceville, Ga., Sept. 23, 2012) – Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation has a history of including public input in their planning processes. In keeping with that reputation, the Department of Community Services through its Parks and Recreation division, is scheduling a series of public meetings in October. Residents with concerns or interests in the provision and maintenance of new or existing park facilities in Gwinnett will have the opportunity to provide input about their personal recreational desires at these meetings. This series of Public Input Meetings will be held throughout the County during the month of October. Meeting times and locations are as follow:

Thursday, Oct. 9   7:30 p.m. – 9 p.m. Centerville Community Center 3025 Bethany Church Road, Snellville

Thursday, Oct. 15   2 p.m. – 3 p.m.        Bethesda Park Senior Center 225 Bethesda Church Road, Lawrenceville

Thursday, Oct. 16   7:30 p.m. – 9 p.m.  Bogan Park Community Recreation Center     2723 North Bogan Road, Buford

Thursday, Oct. 29   7:30 p.m. – 9 p.m. George Pierce Park Community Recreation Center, 55 Buford Highway, Suwanee

Please submit story ideas,comments or suggestions to, attention Diana Preston.

Fire Safety Program
Lilburn Daze
Home Buyer Workshop
AllState Foundation Grant
Holiday WR Rental Info
Paranormal Investigation
Historic Preservation Com.
October-November Events
Christmas Parade
City Election
Agavero Cantina
Census Data for Businesses
First Baptist Anniversary
Trunk of Treat
Luxomni BBQ
Girl Scouts Gross Goodies
Oct. 11 Berkmar Proj.
Oct. 22 Poster Judging
Oct. 24 Road Clean-up
Child Abuse Traning
New Member Information Mtg.
FBI Spoofers
More Scams
Healthy Aging
Red Ribbon Week
Special Election Voting Info
Property Taxes Due
Job Readiness
Monday Movie
Home Buyer Workshop
Parks and Recs Meetings
Gw. Parks Public Meetings




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