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Inside this issue:

From Joyce's Desk

School's out and all our little ones are all over the place.  Please drive carefully on our streets.  I know I observe cars going much too fast on Atlantic.  Our Learning Center is on that street and there are children usually around.  As a last resort, we may have to use radar and write some tickets.  I am certain it does not have to come to that with just a little cooperation from the residents and guests.  The NCCC group has been here and did a fantastic job cleaning out the creek and laying stone along the bank.  Please do not throw your trash into the creek.  It is unsightly and gives the impression we don't care about our community, when I know we all do.   Father's Day is June 17th.  My father passed away in 1998, but I still honor him on Father's Day, and every day.  If your father is still alive, a hug and a "I Love You"  is the best present he could ever receive.   Our "Coffee With The Director" times are this month.  On June 21, I will be at East Park at 10:00 a.m. (this is a

MHA Board of Commissioners Chairman Hilda Walker is pictured with  Fire Chief Ed Mitchel during last month's Broadway Towers 15th  Anniversary Celebration.

change from the time previously published) and at Parkside/McGhee Terrace on June 28,  10:00 a.m, at the Helping Hands Center.  If you did not attend last quarter, please try to attend this time.  I really enjoy meeting residents and hearing what you have to say.  If changes need to be made, we can't make them if we don't know about them.  So, mark your calendars and plan to be there.  Thanks to all of you who participated in the activities during the month of May.  Until next month……jb   

Ride the Camel at First Baptist Church Vacation Bible School

Lavenna Ritterhouse of McGhee Terrace was the winner of last month's gift basket.  During June, residents can guess the number of popcorn kernels when paying June's rent through the 10th. The closest guess wins a gift !