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To All District 3 Neighbors,
Please join us _this Saturday, August 8th,
from 10 am to noon_ for our
monthly PAC3 meeting. The meeting is held at
1309 Halley Street, Durham,
NC 27707 (Community Family Life & Recreation
Center at Lyon Park.)
The meeting agenda will include:
Topic / Guest
Speaker: "Getting around Durham by Bike or Foot,"
presented by Deputy JP
Carroll. Biking and walking are two of the
easiest means of transportation
and exercise. For many, the biggest
obstacle to biking or walking more is
finding a safe route and
maneuvering vehicular traffic.
Find out more
Department Reports: As always the meeting will include reports from
City Departments and our District 3 Commander, Captain David
offering you the opportunity to voice your concerns, questions
The complete meeting agenda is attached.
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Join us this Saturday. We look forward to seeing
JoAnn Comis email@example.com 919-225-5176
Mayo firstname.lastname@example.org 973- 722-4772
Monday, August 3, 2015
National Night out is tomorrow. Come on out and meet your neighbors.
Bring your own chair.
Volunteers still needed.
Please leave dogs and other pets at home.
DATE: August 4, 2015 (rain or shine)
Time: 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Location: Winchester Ct
· Free hot dogs, hamburgers and refreshments
· Bring Your Own Chair
· Leave your porch light on at home!
· Sign in for a name tag and raffle tickets to win prizes
- Bring school supplies to donate to the Crayons2Calculators program- 10 most needed items: Crayons (boxes), Glue Sticks, Markers (boxes), Pencils (packs), Erasers, Highlighters, Clipboards , Copy Paper – reams , Spiral Notebooks, Composition Books
- Meet city officials, law enforcement, Red Cross, Fire Department and more!!
County Vehicle Parade (lead by DPD SWAT vehicle and DFD Fire Truck) will start at Stropshire cul-de-sac at 6pm drive down Colchester, Stonehedge, and Suffolk to turn right on Shrewsbury and left onto Winchester. Let’s line the streets to cheers them on along the way.
This event is held by and for the community and it needs volunteers to continue. If you can help cook food or serve drinks, clean up afterward or sit at the sign in table, any help will be appreciated, please contact Maurice Darden at 919-632-3166.
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