Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Help Senior Connections win a grant for their Meals on Wheels program

From my email today:

Senior Connections is a finalist to win $25,000 from State Farm though their Youth Advisory Board Grant program.

To win, they need to be one of 40 causes that garner the most votes through their Facebook Campaign.

The contest goes through May 16 and you can vote 10x per day, please vote as many days as possible for our cause “Meals on Wheels”.

 To vote go to

· https://apps.facebook.com/sf_neighbor_assist/

· Accept the app confirmation (so they can make sure your votes are valid)

· Once in, click the vote button to enter.

· Search “meals on Wheels” and click the link that will pop up.

· Check the box and click vote!

· Share on FB and Twitter with your friends, family, co-workers, everyone!

This $25,000 will mean a lot for Meals on Wheels program and help better serve the senior community.

If you have any questions about Meals on Wheels, please contact Grant Yarbrough (info below)

For updates check out www.facebook.com/seniorconnectionsatl

Grant Yarbrough | Grants Manager
Senior Connections
Tel 770-455-7602 ext 112
Fax 770-455-8157
Web www.seniorconnectionsatl.org

Help us "Pack the Car" and raise $12,000 for 2,000 Meals on Wheels!

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

DHA Hosting Candidates Forum April 24

The Dunwoody Homeowners Association is hosting a Candidate Forum on April 24th from 6:30-8:30 at the Kingsley Swim Tennis Clubhouse. Both Republican and Democrat candidates running for State House District 79 and State Senate District 40 will attend to present their views on a variety of issues. The tentative schedule is as follows:

6:30-6:55 - Candidate Meet and Greet

7:00-7:30 - Democrat Candidate Debate

7:45-8:3 0 - Republican Candidate Debate

Dick Williams from The Crier will be the moderator for the forum. The primary election is May 20. The address for Kinglsey Swim Tennis is 2325 North Peachtree Way.

Friday, April 11, 2014

Dunwoody Preservation Trust Schedules Cleanup for New Hope Cemetery

New Hope Cemetery is one of Dunwoody's historic treasures, predating the Civil War.

From the Dunwoody Preservation Trust:

Saturday, April 19, 2014 from 8AM – Noon

Dunwoody Preservation Trust (DPT) will be working to clean up the NEW HOPE CEMETERY located 5695 Chamblee-Dunwoody Road, Dunwoody GA (across from Publix center, behind the Kindercare).

We currently have teams from Caldwell Banker Realtor – Dunwoody, Berkshire Hathaway Dunwoody/Sandy Springs, and Boy Scout Troop 764 working to assist with the Clean-up. Kris Turnbull and Erik Christensen, Owner, BullDog Movers will be leading the efforts on behalf of the DPT.

If you are interested in joining the clean-up efforts, we are accepting additional Volunteers.

You may so to our website: http://www.dunwoodypreservationtrust.org/Cleaning-of-the-New-Hope-Cemetery for more information.