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The Spring Festival is finally here. Don't miss out on our annual spring festival and plant sell. We will have lots of plants, vendors and great food. We will have indoor & outdoor activities. Make sure to bring the whole family. there will be activities for everyone. See you all Saturday! Tickets can be purchased in advance or at the door.
Plan to attend the 2nd Annual Conference - Immigration Rights and Responsibilities 4-26-19 at the Clarkston Community Center
Food Well Alliance invites you to the 5th Annual Soil Festival -- and it’s bigger and better than ever before! Soil Festival is an annual tradition of celebrating soil as a key source for building gardens and healthier communities. This year, we’re unveiling a brand new Community Compost Learning Lab, the first of its kind in metro Atlanta. 
This free event is for all ages and raises awareness of the benefits of using local compost to improve and maintain high quality soil and to grow healthy food. This year, we encourage all attendees to bring kitchen scraps to the event to support the production of healthy soil in Atlanta.

Soil Festival 2019 will be held at Truly Living Well’s Collegetown Farm in Atlanta, and includes a host of exciting opportunities for school gardeners, community gardeners, backyard gardeners, urban farmers, educators, beginning gardeners and children! 
Never been to a farm? This festival is for you, too!

This year's Soil Festival will feature educational workshops on gardening and composting; a children’s corner with fun garden-based activities and story time; a variety of urban agriculture vendors to learn tools of the trade from; a petting zoo; and free bags of compost for your garden. 
We will also be providing great tunes and complimentary farm-to-table food and fare. Dig in, meet fellow gardeners, and visit all of the exhibitors who will be sharing resources and tools to help you enjoy the successes of gardening.
Community Open House
Join the North American Mission Board with Myrick Gurosky & Associates for a Community Open House
The public is invited to discuss 961 Rowland Street and 3673 Hill Street.

When: MAY 1, 2019- 6PM-7:30PM

Where: Clarkston International Bible Church
1000 Rowland St.
Clarkson GA 30021

For additional information contact David Melber at 770.410.6598
Friends of Refugees Holds Career Summit & Job Fair

In collaboration with six other refugee serving organizations, Friends of Refugees will host a Refugee Career Summit, on Friday, April 19th, 2019 from 12:30 PM to 2 PM, at the Clarkston Community Center.

This job fair is open to all career-seekers!
CASA Hosts Child Abuse Prevention Resource Fair 
The DeKalb County Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) in partnership with the DeKalb County Juvenile Court, will host a Child Abuse Prevention Resource Fair on Wednesday, April 24th, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. in the lobby of the Gregory A. Adams Juvenile Justice Center, 4309 Memorial Drive, Decatur, GA 30032.
Coffee & Conversation is an opportunity to come out and learn about what's happening in Clarkston! Come talk with council members, the city manager, and the chief of police and share with them what your needs and concerns are as residents and hear how they plan to move Clarkston forward.
New English Class at Georgia State University (GSU) in Clarkston 
Georgia State University (GSU) is offering an Intensive English Program class designed for students who need more advanced academic English beyond what is available in most programs. 
This class is especially helpful for anyone working to be admitted to GSU/Perimeter. Students who complete the class will take an admissions placement test at the end of the course at no charge.
Plan to Attend the Town Hall meeting 4-13-18, 9a-12p, City Hall Council room, 3921 Church St.
DEMA Weather Alert: Update on Severe Storms for Sunday, April 14, 2019

From the DeKalb County Emergency Management Agency (DEMA), in watching this weekend’s weather for a few days now, looks like Sunday (April 14, 2019) will have the highest percentage/chance for severe weather. Stay weather aware and watch for severe storms to come through in the afternoon and evening. Updates will be given as more information becomes available.

Here is the latest update for the possibility of severe storms on Sunday across north and central Georgia.

Changes from the Previous Update
The Storm Prediction Center has raised the risk of severe thunderstorms to ENHANCED for north and most of central Georgia for Sunday.

What
Isolated to scattered severe thunderstorms possible with the main threats being...
• Damaging wind
• Large Hail
• Isolated tornadoes
Where and When
A band of showers and thunderstorms will enter the western parts of north and central Georgia Sunday morning and move into the eastern parts by late Sunday morning and afternoon.
“Walk With a Doc”, March and April 2019

March 2019 “Walk With a Doc” event attracted the largest number of participants to date. 
The next “Walk With a Doc” is scheduled for April 28th, and will feature a health mini-talk by doctors from the Ethne Health Community Clinic. 
April will also mark the one year anniversary for this series of events.  What better way to celebrate than with a walk and talk with other participating family, friends and neighbors.
The Clarkston Community Development and Housing & Infrastructure Standing Advisory Committees have Scheduled a joint TOWN HALL Meeting for Saturday, 4-13-19 from 9:00am to 12:00pm.

The Community Development and Housing & Infrastructure SAC Town Hall is open to the Public. The Meeting will be held in the Council Room, 3921 Church Street. Parties with an interest in the topics are encouraged to attend.

A Copy of the Agenda is posted below. 
Visit website for information on the proposed zoning reform: http://clarkstonga.gov/clarkston-proposed-zoning-reform-information