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Report: The Morning After -
Old Dauphin Way’s
Annual Spring Picnic
In spite of an iffy weather
report, about seventy
folks turned out for
Thanks to every-
one who helped
make this special
event special, and a shout out
to all the ODWA Board, to Mark Kent and his music, Renee Williams for the Jumping Jack, Larry Godwin for trucking all those chairs and tables, John Hayes and Buford Sewell for the grilling, Janine Stebbins , Number Two in Command, Karen McKean for the fliers, the Little Sisters of the Poor for use of the property, and to Sandy Walter, Picnic Committee chair who attended to every detail and kept us all in line.
LOST AND FOUND: If anyone accidentally came home with a small set with a yellow plastic hook, please let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org or 450-4413.
PS The Little Sisters of the Poor have asked us a favor, so please spread the word to all your friends who walk their dogs on their property - please clean up!
On January 25, The Mobile County Sheriff's Office added "My Neighborhood" to its website. This interactive map allows you to see where and what kind of crime is happening in Mobile County . You can zoom in to see any neighborhood and you can adjust the time frame for specific dates.
It's that time of year. Your dues goes a long way for paying the costs of mailings, printing, website maintenance, expenses associated with meetings and events, and activism. Please print out and mail the membership form with a check for $10.