Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Dunwoody Food Truck Thursdays starts this week at Brook Run Park !!


DHA’s Dunwoody Food Truck Thursdays starts back up in Brook Run Park on Thursday, May 1. Hours are 5 PM -8 PM for May 1, 8, 15 and 22. After school is out for the summer the event hour’s change to 6 PM- 9 PM. 6-9 operating hours start May 29.

Musical entertainment for May 1 includes Dunwoody High School's drum line to start the evening with more music from local favorites throughout the night.

Food vendors for May 1 are: Blaxican, Hail Caesar, Fry Guy, Mighty Meatballs, Mix'd Up,  A Movable Feast,  Pressed for Time, Yumbii, Chay J's New Orleans Candies, King of Pops, and Yum Yum Cupcakes.

Like last year we’ll have the tricked out truck from the Atlanta Hawks for shooting hoops and a batting cage and more from the Atlanta Braves; up on the music field.

So come out on Thursday, May 1 and join us for the start of another great season of Dunwoody Food Truck Thursdays @ Brook Run Park!

Quick Dunwoody City Council Meeting where everything was approved as presented and Dunwoody Club Forest was an important topic of discussion.

Short Dunwoody City Council meeting on Monday April 28th with everything on the agenda passed as presented including the SLUP for the home daycare (the minutes from the last meeting were deferred as they were missing from the public packet).

At public comment we were told that 5258 Vernon Lake was approved by the Community Development Department as staff reviewed the plat and concepts provided and determined that the lots are ‘buildable.’ Ericka Harris the President of Dunwoody Club Forest Civic Association has promised to appeal if formally approved.    This matter will come in front of the City Council at some point.


Below is always a proud moment of Council meetings.


Monday, April 28, 2014

Macauley+Schmit named new developer for Doraville’s former GM site to create a livable, mixed-use, transit-oriented development.

Mayor Donna Pittman of Doraville

After sitting idle for six years, it appears that the former General Motors site in Doraville has found a new owner. At her annual State of the City address Monday night, Doraville Mayor Donna Pittman announced that the development firm Macauley+Schmit, along with its partner, The Integral Group, has made a commitment to redevelop the 162-acre tract running along I-285.

“We are very excited to be working with a group of developers that support our Livable Communities Initiative (LCI) vision and we look forward to an August closing,” noted Pittman. In the meantime, there is still much work to be done fine-tuning the details of the agreement. “From the creation of a tax allocation district to coordination with county and state entities, our long-range goal is to create a livable, mixed-use, transit-oriented development that will be beneficial to Doraville residents and businesses,” Pittman said.

According to the Macauley+Schmit website, their single objective is to create a sense of balance and harmony in community development in all of their projects – new or revitalized. This is accomplished by taking a holistic view of the social environment, a commitment to intuitive design, a reverence for nature and a focus on the many components that comprise the economics of community. This approach is most successful, they note, when balanced by a combination of marketplace dynamics and public-private partnerships.

The GM assembly plant’s closure in 2008 due to the recession ended a 61-year relationship with Doraville and overnight the city lost 10 percent of its revenue base and 36 percent of its overall employment base.

Other accomplishments for this past year, chronicled in the mayor’s presentation, included the hiring of a new city manager; the addition of more than 300 small businesses over the past two years; the recent creation of a Downtown Development Authority; increased focus on the LCI and design-oriented architectural standards and a major overhaul of city operations and technical capabilities.

The mayor’s keynote address was preceded by presentation of colors by the Dunwoody High School Color Guard and choral selections by the DeKalb School of the Arts song ensemble, Highleit.

Friday, April 25, 2014

Dunwoody City Council Agenda for Monday April 28th

Monday, April 28, 2014
Dunwoody City Hall

41 Perimeter Center East
Dunwoody, GA 30346
6:00 pm - Work Session
7:00 p.m. - Voting Meeting
Watch Live at 7 pm on City Site
Agenda 6 pm

Update on the CAD-to-CAD Interface Project.

An Ordinance to Grant an Easement to Georgia Power Company for an Improvement Project at the Dunwoody Nature Center.

Agenda 7 pm

Administer Oath of Office to Officer Asfaw Henry and Officer Nathan Berryman

Approval to Renew Contract with JAT Consulting Services
Approval to Renew Contract with Jacobs Engineering Group
Approval to Renew Contract with Lowe Engineers
Approval to Renew Contract with InterDev
Approval to Renew Contract with Clark Patterson Lee Engineers, Surveyor, and Architects
July 2011 - Award of Government Services Contracts. & original RFP
  • Finance and Administration: JAT Consulting
  • Planning and Zoning: Clark Patterson Lee
  • Permits and Inspections: Clark Patterson Lee
  • Public Works: Clark Patterson Lee
  • Parks and Recreation: Clark Patterson Lee
  • Information Technology: InterDev
  • Public Relations/Marketing: Jacobs
October 2011 - Approve Authorizing the Mayor to Execute Professional Service Contract With The Following Firm For The Following Services (RFP 11-10) Government Services) – Public Works and Parks & Recreation: Lowe Engineers
 Approval of Facility Improvement Partnership Program 2014 Project Selection.

Approval of Chamblee Dunwoody-Georgetown Corridor Design Contract.

Approval of 2014 Paving Contract.

SECOND READ: SLUP 14-031: Candace Johnston, Owner of 4789 Coldstream Drive,Dunwoody, GA 30360, Seeks the Permission to Operate a Child Day Care Facility in a Single-
Family Zoning District Under the Approval of a Special Land Use Permit. The Tax Parcel
Number is 18 358 06 017.

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

2014 Lemonade Days Coupon - Festival starts Wednesday runs through Sunday


Schedule of Events

Wednesday - April 23, 2014
4:00 PM - 10:00 PM - Rides, Games & Concessions - Come out and join us on the first night of Amusement Park Rides, Inflatables, Midway Games & yummy treats!

Thursday - April 24, 2014
4:00 PM - 10:00 PM - Rides, Games & Concessions - Come out and join us on the second night of Amusement Park Rides, Inflatables, Midway Games & yummy treats!

6:00 PM - 10:00 PM - Live Music - TBA

Friday - April 25, 2014
4:00 PM - 11:00 PM - Rides, Games & Concessions - Come out and enjoy Amusement Park Rides, Inflatable, Midway Games & Concessions at Brook Run Park!

4:45 PM - 5:45 PM - Live Music - No Komment

6:00 PM - 6:30 PM - Live Music - Array

6:45 PM - 8:15 PM - Live Music - Missing Cat

8:30 PM - 10:00 PM - Live Music - ROTO

Saturday - April 26, 2014
10:00 AM - 11:00 PM - Rides, Games & Concessions - Amusement Park Rides, Inflatables, Midway Games, Concessions and SO MUCH MORE!

10:00 AM - 11:00 PM - Petting Zoo - Let your kids see all kinds of animals at the Petting Zoo!

12:00 PM - 8:00 PM - Face Painting - Let your child enjoy the fun of face paint!

12:00 PM - 5:00 PM - Dunking Tank - Participants: 12:00 TBA; 12:30 TBD; 1:00 TBA; 1:30 TBA; 2:00 TBA; 2:30 TBA; 3:00 TBA; 3:30 TBA; 4:00 TBA; 4:30 TBA

12:00 PM - 12:45 PM - Live Music - Blue Shadow

1:00 PM - 1:45 PM - Live Music - Dunwoody High School Chorus

2:00 PM - 2:45 PM - Live Music - Dunwoody High School Jazz Band

3:00 PM - 3:30 PM - Live Music - Taba Rana

3:45 PM - 4:15 PM - Live Music - The Nameless

4:30 PM - 5:00 PM - Live Music - New Era

5:15 PM - 6:30 PM - Live Music - Mumford Act

6:45 PM - 8:15 PM - Live Music - Landrum/Perry

8:30 PM - 10:00 PM - Live Music - 49 Sound

Sunday - April 27, 2014
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM - The Big Squeeze 5K - Join us for a 5K and fun run!

12:00 PM - 5:00 PM - Dunwoody Driving Club - Antique cars on display.

12:00 PM - 12:45 PM - Live Music - New Era (G)

12:00 PM - 5:00 PM - Dunking Tank - Participants: 12:00 TBD; 12:30 TBD; 1:00 TBD; 1:30 TBD; 2:00 TBD; 2:30 TBD; 3:00 TBD; 3:30 TBD; 4:00 TBD; 4:30 TBD.

12:00 PM - 6:00 PM - Rides, Games & Concessions - Enjoy the last day of Amusement Park Rides, Inflatables, Games & Concessions!

12:00 PM - 6:00 PM - Face Painting - Let your child experience the fun of face paint!

12:00 PM - 6:00 PM - Petting Zoo - Final day for the Petting Zoo!

1:00 PM - 1:45 PM - Live Music - 400 North

2:00 PM - 2:45 PM - Live Music - Relix

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM - Live Music - C. Haas & Co.

4:15 PM - 5:30 PM - Live Music - ADHD

Paint Recycling at Dunwoody Nature Center on Saturday April 26th - plus Arbor Day Trees

Marta's Dunwoody Station - a key factor in economic development.


Join MARTA's Frank Rodriguez on a tour around the Dunwoody Station as he points out the variety of shopping, hotels, and sights surrounding this popular Perimeter area. The Dunwoody Station sits on the Red Line, a quick walk to the numerous office buildings, Perimeter Shopping Mall and plenty of great restaurants and stores.

The Dunwoody Station is part of the Perimeter Center business district because it serves as a transportation hub for multiple shuttles. Employees can ride a free shuttle to/from the Dunwoody rail station during morning and evening rush hours. Most shuttles operate every 15 minutes, and pick up and drop off on the ground floor of Parking Deck 1.

There are 1,048 parking spaces at the Dunwoody Station and parking is free for up to 24-hours. Customers staying 24-hours or longer will be charged for long-term parking at a rate of $5 for each 24-hour period or part thereof.

MARTA's Police Department uses the Dunwoody Station for its North Precinct. From this station, MPD patrols 14 stations, all the bus routes and 12,000 parking spaces from Civic Center station north to Doraville and North Springs.

In the coming months plans will be released as State Farm creates its regional hub around the station with direct access for their employees.  


Atlanta Colt Youth Association is the finest youth sports program in Atlanta offering football and cheerleading for 5-13 year olds.


The Atlanta Colt Youth Association - HOME OF THE CHAMPIONS! - is the finest youth sports program in Atlanta offering football and cheerleading for 5-13 year olds.

Refer a new friend's family and receive a $10 Spirit Wear credit. Register now to save! Join our family and COME RUN WITH THE COLTS!

Register at www.atlantacolts.com

Day of Holocaust Remembrance (Yom HaShoah) on April 27; A Community-Wide Commemoration at the MJCCA’s Besser Holocaust Memorial Garden

On Sunday, April 27, 2014, from 4:00-5:00 pm, the Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta (MJCCA) will invite the entire community to come together and remember the victims of the Holocaust with a special program commemorating Yom HaShoah (or Day of Holocaust Remembrance) at the MJCCA’s Besser Holocaust Memorial Garden, one of the preeminent Holocaust Memorials in the southeast. The program is free of charge, and will take place at the Marcus JCC of Atlanta, (5342 Tilly Mill Road, Dunwoody). Rain or Shine. For information, visit www.atlantajcc.org, or call 678.812.4161.

Yom HaShoah Program Highlights:
Ø  The lighting of the Six Torches in memory of the six million people, who perished in the Holocaust;
Ø  A special musical presentation; 
Ø  Remarks from Jim Barfield, author of the historical novel, Boxcars, which he will discuss, as well as Jim’s hope that teens from all backgrounds may adopt his passion for clarity on the Holocaust in such a way that throughout their lives they will hold a solid commitment to never stand for this history to be repeated. Jim’s presentation will also include an original musical composition written especially for this occasion.
Ø  Greetings from the Israel Consulate to the Southeast, and the German Consulate General to the Southeast.

Related: Very Moving Article.

The man who stumbled on HELL: His place in history has never been revealed. But a just published memoir by an SAS officer recounts how he uncovered the horrors of Belsen

21st Annual Harris Jacobs Dream Run in Dunwoody - Sun May 4th at MJCCA Zaban Park


Twenty-one years ago, Harris Jacobs, a former Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta (MJCCA) President and active member in the Atlanta Jewish Community, had a dream. His dream was for every child, regardless of their family’s financial situation, to be able to participate in the MJCCA’s many programs and services. This race serves our community by providing a fun, active and family friendly event that honors Harris’ memory and dream.

Sunday, May 4th – MJCCA Zaban Park
7:30 AM – Kids’ 1-Miler (Ages 12 and Under)
7:30 AM –1st Annual Blonder Walk – in partnership with the Blonder Department for Special Needs
8:00 AM – 5K Road Race/Walk


• NEW THIS YEAR!!!! Packet Pick-Up Expo at the MJCCA
Pick-up your packet before race day at Zaban Park’s Campus for the first annual Packet Pick-Up Expo. Two convenient dates are available: Thursday, May 1, 5:00 – 9:00 pm & Friday, May 2, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

• Registration: All pre-registered runners will receive a microfiber, high performance, men’s/women’s cut race t-shirt.

• Register before April 21, 2014 and pay $25; the fee will increase to $30 after April 21st.

• Kids’ 1-Miler fee: $15

• Blonder Walk fee: $15

• Race Day registration fee: $35

• Phantom runner fee: $30 - Please don't make me sweat; send me my shirt!

• NEW THIS YEAR!!!! The Blonder Walk
In partnership with the Blonder Department for Special Needs, the MJCCA will host the first ever Blonder Walk. Cheer on adults with special needs as they compete in a 1 Mile race around the lake at the MJCCA.

• Post-Race Festivities: Food, drinks, and local vendors and organizations, including Dick’s Sporting Goods, the Atlanta Hawks, Massage Heights (offering complimentary massages), and Mizuno.

For information and downloadable forms, visit www.atlantajcc.org/HJDR or call 678.812.4151.

Minerva Homes wants Dunwoody to rezone Georgetown Square Office Park to allow 60+ Townhomes

First Community Meeting - Thursday May 1st, 7 pm at Dunwoody Pines.

AT&T considers Atlanta for "gigabit" Internet and Dunwoody could be ready very quickly.

Dear AT&T,   It's Not Complicated, just call me about setting up a meeting to discuss next steps about spreading fiber throughout our community.  You have already been testing the fiber market here so lets set a meeting discuss further expansion through a review of our online GIS system and future explosion in commercial growth.  

Thanks, a U-Verse customer and Dunwoody City Councilman.




AT&T is announcing that it will begin discussions with city leaders about a possible launch in Fiber to Home gigabit internet service.  AT&T is looking for communities with "solid investment cases and policies"  "We’re interested in working with communities that appreciate the value of the most advanced technologies and are willing to encourage investment by offering solid investment cases and policies," Lori Lee, an AT&T home solutions executive, says in a statement.  In total, AT&T says that it's now looking at up to 100 potential cities and municipalities, with the remaining major new names including Atlanta

Monday, April 21, 2014

Dunwoody Beer Festival at Brook Run Park on Saturday, May 31

Tap into Georgia to feature only Georgia based breweries.

The popular Dunwoody Beer Festival returns this spring to a new venue on the grounds of Brook Run Park in Dunwoody. This year’s theme, Tap into Georgia, will be an intimate affair that exclusively features Georgia based breweries from all over the state. Confirmed participants include well know brewers such as Sweetwater, Red Brick, and Terrapin, as well as hard to find breweries just emerging onto the craft beer scene like Yes Face, Fannin, Eventide, Burnt Hickory, and Cherry Street brewers. In total, more than 20 Georgia breweries will be represented at the festival.

Tickets are now available for purchase through the Nature Center’s website at www.dunwoodynature.org/beerfest.

Tickets are limited at $30 in advance and $35 at the door if there is any remaining availability. Proceeds from the event benefit the Dunwoody Nature Center, a local 501c3 non-profit organization. Ticket price includes 2 tastings at each of the breweries at the festival, live music featuring the Bad Neighbors, souvenir glass and access to on-site food trucks.

Dunwoody Lemonade Days "Big Squeeze" 5K on Sunday

Sponsored by:

In conjunction with Lemonade Days, The Big Squeeze 5K and Little Squeeze Fun Run will be held at Brook Run Park on Sunday, April 27, 2014. The 5K starts at 8:00am and the Fun Run starts at 9:15am.    (FYI - Dog Park will be closed for Race)


**All runners must park at Peachtree Charter Middle School. There will be no parking inside Brook Run Park.    PLEASE DO NOT USE CHURCH PARKING LOTS.

Volunteers Needed for Race & all aspects of Festival.

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Dunwoody City Council Agenda for Mon April 21, 2014

Monday, April 21, 2014
Dunwoody City Hall

41 Perimeter Center East
Dunwoody, GA 30346
6:00 pm - Work Session
7:00 p.m. - Voting Meeting
Watch Live at 7 pm on City Site

Agenda 6 pm CAD2CAD & Agenda 7 pm Everything Else.

Update on the CAD-to-CAD Interface Project.

Discussion of AED Ordinance.

Discussion of Amendments to Chapter 8, Buildings and Building Regulations.

FIRST READ: SLUP 14-031: Candace Johnston, Owner of 4789 Coldstream Drive, Dunwoody, GA 30360, Seeks the Permission to Operate a Child Day Care Facility in a Single-Family Zoning District Under the Approval of a Special Land Use Permit. The Tax Parcel Number is 18 358 06 017.

Discussion of Facility Improvement Partnership Program 2014 Project Selection.

Discussion to Exercise Option Year for Municipal Service Providers.

Discussion of Chamblee Dunwoody at Spalding Intersection Improvement Project.
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Discussion of Chamblee Dunwoody-Georgetown Corridor Design Contract.

Discussion of 2014 Paving Contract.

Discussion of SLUP Time Limits.

Discussion of Mayor and Council Rules and Procedures.

Executive Search Firm Update.

City Manager Warren Hutmacher's last Council Meeting.

Dunwoody Homeowners Association is hosting a Candidate Forum on Thursday April 24th at Kingsley

The Dunwoody Homeowners Association is hosting a Candidate Forum on Thursday April 24th from 6:30 to 8:30 at the Kingsley Racquet & Swim 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
7:45-8:30 Republican Candidate Debate

Dick Williams from the Dunwoody Crier will be the moderator for the forum. The primary election is May 20, 2014.
Kinglsey Racquet & Swim Club
2325 North Peachtree Way
Dunwoody, GA 30338

Georgia House of Representatives, District 79
Democratic Primary
*No candidates registered.

Georgia House of Representatives, District 79
Republican Primary

Tom Taylor (incumbent)
(404) 376-7862

Brad Goodchild

Georgia State Senate, District 40
Democratic Primary

Benedict Truman

Tamara Johnson

Georgia State Senate, District 40
Republican Primary

Fran Millar (incumbent)

Dick Anderson
(770) 377-6430

We hope to see you at this event.

Dunwoody Homeowners Association

On the web at: DunwoodyGA.org
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FREE Child Safety Seat Check on Friday by Dunwoody Police Department

Have you read your child's safety seat manual, but are still confused about how to install it correctly and safely?  The Dunwoody Police Department offers FREE Child Safety Seat Checks to the public several times throughout the year.


When: Friday, April 18, 2014, 10:00am-2:00pm

 Kingswood United Methodist Church, parking lot

Please bring with you:
  • Child safety seat
  • Child (if possible)
  • Child safety seat manual
  • Vehicle in which child safety seat will be installed
  • Vehicle manual

Register at this event to WIN a Safety 1st BoostApak car seat/bookbag, a $70.00 value. Donated by North Atlanta Memorial Park


Friday, April 11, 2014

Dunwoody 2014 Swim Team Schedule - A Tuesday Night Tradition

I lifted the photo above from Rick's Dunwoody Talk Blog - so please repay the favor by checking out his analysis of the upcoming season.

Rick is correct, as per the rules of the Atlanta Swim Association the depth of Dunwoody North's pool is now just below the minimum depth for starting blocks because of a past resurfacing. The team had the option to force all swimmers to start in the water but decided to travel all season so as to not throw off the swimmers who enjoy the starting blocks.

The pool at the Dunwoody North may be corrected this Fall but until then we travel.

Thursday, April 10, 2014

Personal Care home discussion to take place on Sunday at Dunwoody Homeowners Association Meeting


Board of Directors Meeting
Sunday, April 13, 2014 @ 7:30 P.M.

DeKalb Cultural Arts Center (Room 4)
5339 Chamblee-Dunwoody Road
Dunwoody, GA 30338

1.                Approval of minutes for March 2014
          2.       Presentation to Warren Hutmacher – City Manager
3.        Presentation on Spruill Center Development – Don Boyken
4.       Adopt a Bench Presentation – Meredy Shortal
           5.       Discussion on Personal Care home on Manget Way

Monday, April 7, 2014

Dunwoody explores Tree Canopy Obstacle Course, requests feedback on Spalding, proposed Sr. Living on Old Spring House, new Petco, rezonings and hotels, wild ride and food truck begins.

Would you like to hang out at Brook Run Park a little more this summer?   The City of Dunwoody is exploring options and looking for proposals for a possible Tree Canopy Obstacle Course at Brook Run Park.  No other details except what is on city site.  Thoughts?

I am receiving comments via email on the various intersection proposals for the Chamblee Dunwoody / Spalding Drive intersection.  A meeting with formal presentation took place on Feb 25th and the city staff is still accepting formal comments on which proposal you prefer.  Also take a look at the City of Dunwoody's YouTube page to see four videos of traffic scenarios for the intersection including the one way proposal.

Tuesday the Dunwoody Planning Commission reviews a rezoning on Old Spring House Lane to change land zoned for offices to 120 unit residential complex for Senior Living.

At the Wednesday meeting of the Village Design Review Advisory Committee they are discussing a new sign to be installed in the Dunwoody Hall (Publix's) Shopping Center on Chamblee Dunwoody for what appears to be a new pet store concept by Petco called; "Unleashed for dogs and cats."

At the Thursday morning Sustainability Committee they are discussing a city sustainability plan and possible designated parking for electric vehicles.

At the Thursday evening Community Council meeting they are discussing two possible property rezonings.  The first asks to rezone a piece of property on Crown Point Parkway from a proposed 120 room hotel to instead allow a self storage building in its place.  The second asks to rezone a property on Ashford Dunwoody Road where 257 multifamily residential units are currently allowed and instead allow a 128 room hotel and commercial space for retail or restaurant.

My request for a new ride in 2014.
Lemonade Days - April 23 - 27

May 1st the season starts!
This Friday April 11th is the last fish fry at All Saint's Catholic Church and the Knights of Columbus are serving meals at a blistering pace, as just this last Friday over 1,400 meals were served in three hours.  Dinner starts at 5 pm.

For those traveling, please enjoy your spring break and for those who remain in Dunwoody please maintain a watchful eye on your neighbors abode as crime doesn't take a holiday for those looking to take advantage of empty homes.

DHS Community Association (aka Wildcat Fund) is hosting a SPRING FLING – NO SHOW BALL and Online Auction

April 1st - April 30, 2014

The 2014 Wildcat No Show Ball is our newest fundraising event; to attend the The Wildcat No Show Ball, purchase $35 virtual tickets. Event tickets can be purchased now via online at www.dunwoodyhighalumni.org

Click the Purchase Ticket icon – Tickets on Sale April 1st thru April 30th

RSVP:  Yes! I will be there in spirit!
When:             Purchase tickets NOW!
Where: Your Favorite Place to Relax
Attire:             Your Choice
The benefits to the attendees include:
·         No need to pay for fancy dresses, tuxedo rentals, hair stylists, etc.
·         One less event to put on your busy calendar
·         The opportunity to support a cause you are passionate about without leaving your home

As a no show backer, you are guaranteed that 100 percent of all funds raised will directly go to fulfill needs at our school and you have the privilege of not attending the event.
Invite family, teachers, alumni, friends and colleagues because the more “no shows,” the better!

Be a Wildcat Sponsor! For 250 dollars – For one year we will post your corporate logo on our website, and all email correspondence in relation to upcoming wildcat foundation events!


Live auction items are available via online. Bidding begins on April 1st at 12:00 noon, and will close on April 30th at 12 noon. Just go to: www.dunwoodyhighalumni.org and click on Silent Auction to start bidding 

Good Luck! 

Winning bids will be announced on April 15th via the website: www.dunwoodyhighalumni.org