Friday, November 7, 2008
Saturday morning breakfast in Dunwoody and other misc updates.
The Dunwoody High School Football Team remains undefeated as they beat St. Pius 20 to 14 on Friday night. The DHS Pancake Breakfast is Today (Saturday) from 8 am until 11:30 for only $6.00 with kids under 5 eat free.
Dunwoody related election update - Tom Price, Dan Weber, Fran Millar, and Elaine Boyer all won easily while Jill Chambers had a little bit of a tougher time with her opponent but will also return to the State House. On December 2nd there will be a runoff election for the District 8, DeKalb County School Board between Pam Buncum and Pam Speaks.
Doraville Annexation Fails - It appears that the final count on the Doraville annexation question lost by just 34 votes out of 1,138 cast but due to ballot irregularities the Mayor is thinking about asking for a re-vote on the referendum. With such a close vote and well documented voting problems, it will be interesting to see what happens.
Dunwoody Murders Arrested - The AJC is reporting that an armed robbery crew supposedly responsible for the murder of Alejandro Perez-Morales within the soon to be new boundary of Dunwoody has been arrested.
Where is the greatest need for a new funky playground in Dunwoody? Application here.
DUMC Holiday Festival - Sat 9 to 4
Pony Rides, Giant Obstacle Course, Bounce House, Climbing Wall with Slide, Professional Face Painting, Dipping Dots Ice Cream, Cotton Candy, Popcorn, Concessions, 100 Artisans, Huge Silent Auction, Gourmet Shop, Book Nook, Attic Treasures, Casseroles to Go, Toy Shop, Photos with Santa, Children's Crafts, Pony Rides, Moonwalk, and much, much more!
HUNTLEY HILLS FALL FESTIVAL - Sat 10 - 3 at Huntley Hills Elem.
Bring the whole family out for fun-filled day of inexpensive, awesome entertainment! Tons of great food and inflatables, including "Surf's Up!" at 30 feet high! Pony rides, live music and, of course, a scary Haunted House.
City Council Meeting on Monday - agenda coming soon.
Update from the Mayor - Giving Thanks and Moving Forward