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Community Gardens poised to open soon

Community Gardens poised to open soon


AMENITIES GRF is poised to open the new Community Gardens, located at the 1.8 Acres, this month. The project, which was completed on time and within budget, will provide 248 spaces, including 25 ADA compliant ones, for residents to grow their own fresh produce as well as share with their neighbors. The Recreation Department has been coordinating the culling of the waitlist behind the scenes.

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Second transportation town hall scheduled for June 21

Second transportation town hall scheduled for June 21


TRANSPORTATION The GRF Board will host a town hall at 2 p.m., Friday, June 21, in Clubhouse 4 to get more resident input on a proposal to replace Minibus transportation service with an on-demand shuttle service provided by Circuit Transit, Inc. To that end, there is also a resident survey on page 2. Spurred by the possibility of costsavings in a year when assessments saw significant increases,

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Guide to summer fun in LW is being delivered

Guide to summer fun in LW is being delivered


The 2024 Spotlight On Entertainment is residents’ go-to guide for summer fun in Leisure World— including Amphitheater concerts and GRF bus trips. A copy is being delivered to each resident’s home this week. Extra copies are available in the News Office, located near the Amphitheater. The front cover of the 2024 Spotlight On Entertainment magazine.

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GRF swap meet is this weekend

GRF swap meet is this weekend


GRF swap meet is this weekend The GRF Recreation Department will host a community swap meet on Saturday, June 15, in the Administration parking lot from 8 a.m.-noon. A variety of items will be sold, from gently used household items and tools to art work, antiques, collectibles, jewelry, pottery and crafts. For more information, contact recreation.department@ lwsb. com or call 562-431-6586,

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Do’s and don’ts for displaying the Stars and Stripes this Flag Day

Do’s and don’ts for displaying the Stars and Stripes this Flag Day


Public Law 94-344, known as the Federal Flag Code, contains rules for handling and displaying the U.S. flag. While the federal code contains no penalties for misusing the flag, states have their own flag codes and may impose penalties. The language of the federal code makes clear that the flag is a living symbol. In response to a Supreme Court decision which held that a state law prohibiting flag

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