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Allied Gardens – Grantville Community Council

News from the Allied Gardens/Grantville Community Council – Aug. 22

By Shain Haug Town Hall meeting The speaker at our July 26, Town Hall Meeting was Sue Braun who brought us important information on “The Raising Of America” program — a five-part documentary series that explores the question of the failure in early childhood education and the consequences of that failure to the nation’s future. […]

News from the Allied Gardens/Grantville Community Council – July 15

By Shain Haug Town Hall and board meeting The Allied Gardens/Grantville Community Council (AGGCC) holds a Town Hall Meeting on the fourth Tuesday of each odd-numbered month at 7 p.m. at the Ascension Lutheran Church, located at the corner of 51st Street and Zion Avenue. Our next Town Hall Meeting will be on July 26. […]

News from the Allied Gardens/Grantville Community Council – June 17

By Shain Haug Meetings and Town Halls The Board of Directors of the Allied Gardens/Grantville Community Council (AGGCC) met on June 6 to discuss the purchase of a laptop computer, the development of 757 apartment units in the 10.5 acres bounded by Twain, Fairmount and Vandever Avenues, and the alley between Twain and Vandever. Also […]

News from the Allied Gardens-Grantville Community Council – Feb. 19, 2016

By Shain Haug Our thanks to the Mission Times Courier for posting the articles by which the Allied Gardens-Grantville Community Council communicates with our neighborhood. As evidence of how important these articles are, in response to our January guest editorial we welcomed four new members to the AGGCC board of directors: Ryan Ruff, Colin Truex, […]

Free summer concerts draw large crowds to Allied Gardens park

By Anthony Wagner Boy Scouts marched, music thundered, neighbors danced and everyone had an overall blast at our inaugural AG First Fridays concert series June 5 in Allied Gardens Community Park, presented by Ideal Plumbing, Heating, Air & Electrical. We were thrilled to see 750 friends and neighbors from throughout Navajo area attend.