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ROTARY CLUB OF
|Immediate PP||Cathie Brumfield|
Come enjoy the fun when we gather for Thirsty Thursday at the Dunwoody Tavern this week - under the covered patio by the toasty firepit! Live music will be provided by Jud Shumway of the Sawgrass Blues Band (Jud is engaged to Jennifer Bowler - and we have enjoyed his music at Thirsty Thursdays and the holiday luncheon in 2020).
See more about the Dunwoody Tavern and view its menu at www.dunwoodytavern.com.
If you're not familiar with the Tavern, it's an Irish pub with cozy indoor and outdoor seating, and great food and drinks! It's located in the Shops of Dunwoody at 5488 Chamblee Dunwoody Road in Dunwoody.
Congratulations to Charlie and Anita Augello and family for making the "Taste of Home" Best Deli in Each State list. Taste of Home said, "Family and Italian heritage are at the heart of this 25-year-old shop. The E. 48th Street Market has everything: stuffed deli sandwiches, cold cuts, cheese, house-made mozzarella, Italian cookies, homemade pastas and more. Try one of 26 sandwiches like the Sam’s Hero with grilled capicola, onions and mustard."
As Dunwoody Rotarians, we also know that E. 48th Street and the Augello family have the heart of the community in their hearts - thanks for all they do for the USO, Kinglsey Elementary, the fight to End Human Trafficking and so much more!
You can view the whole list at https://www.tasteofhome.com/collection/best-deli-in-every-state/
This year we are moving to an online submission and judging platform, Submittable. Both School Level Judges and State Judges will participate via an online process. With this change, even more volunteers throughout the state can participate! Online training sessions for judges on how to navigate Submittable will begin in January. The judging process begins in February.
You may register via the VOLUNTEER tab at GeorgiaLawsOfLife.org OR complete a form available here. That form includes more information about School and State level training dates for those who will be judging.
Three brave souls challenged freezing weather to spruce up Bounds Garden last Saturday (01/09/21). Jennie Stipick pulled a bag full of weeds, while Rick Otness swept the perimeter. Fred Bounds - with the help of Jennie and Rick - spread pine straw.
The next announced opportunity to give TLC (tender loving care) to Bounds Garden is scheduled for March 6, and yet another session scheduled for May 8. Mark your calendars now if you want to socially distance while getting some fresh air and exercise.