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Atlanta Memorial Park Conservancy
April 2015 Update
IMPORTANT MEETING NOTICE
and other news....
MARK YOUR CALENDAR!
The City of Atlanta's
Department of Parks and Recreation
will be holding it's initial
public kick-off meeting
to discuss future plans for
Bobby Jones Golf Course
Bitsy Grant Tennis
Monday, April 27th
Bobby Jones Clubhouse
384 Woodward Way
Your attendance is critical to share your opinions on agenda items such as the future direction of the Bobby Jones Golf Course, improvements to the Bitsy Grant Tennis area, parking issues and more. Show your support for the direction of Atlanta's third largest park by attending this important meeting!
t-shirts are here!
Whether you're volunteering in Atlanta Memorial Park on a work day or just want to show your support for AMPC, this t-shirt is for you. Children and adult sizes available! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to order yours today.
Red Dirt at Bitsy Grant Tennis
The second annual
AMPC Peachtree Creek Clean Up Day with the
E. Rivers Girl Scout Troop #13536
was a huge success!
1.6 tons of debris was removed from our creek during this clean up day! Many thanks to Erin Mayo/AMPC events chair, Tammy Bates/Chattahoochee Riverkeepers, Alicia Starkman, Dana Kapustka and Betsy Verner/troop leaders, Matt Rogers/Principal of the E. Rivers Elementary School, Stephanie Prevost/Science Lab teacher at E. Rivers Elementary School, the girl scouts, AMPC board members and all of the volunteers for coming out on a beautiful crisp morning to help clean our creek and the surrounding areas.
The Atlanta Memorial Park Conservancy's mission is
to make Atlanta Memorial Park a beautiful, environmentally sensitive and sustainable park, accessible and connected to the neighborhoods and the City, by enhancing the Park, tennis and golf experiences through a collaborative process of renovation, restoration and preservation. To help further our cause, please click here to donate.