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Saturday - May 22

Trash Day @ LCC 9:00am

Thursday - June 3

Community Center Meeting @LCC 7:00pm

Saturday - June 5

Town Council @LCC 8:30am

Saturday - May 22

Trash Day @ LCC 9:00am

Thursday - June 3

Community Center Meeting @LCC 7:00pm

Saturday - June 5

Town Council @LCC 8:30am

Thursday - June 10

49er Committee Mtg. @LCC 7:00pm

Saturday- June 12

Chipping Day @LCC 9:00am - noon

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