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VI ASSOCIATION OF ATLANTA SETS JULY 4 PICNIC

June 28, 2002 – The Virgin Islands Association of Atlanta is having a 2002 membership appreciation Fun Day July 4 picnic in Lithonia, Ga., and everyone's invited for hours of free food and drinks and games.
From 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., at Southeast Regional Park, Lithonia, there'll be lots of games for kids (hula hoops, football, kickball, jump rope, moonwalk) and tournament games (spades, uno, baseball, dominos). Bring bikes, helmet, bats and gloves. And enjoy a performance by the VIAA Majorettes – a little reminder of V.I. Carnival.
Directions:
From College Park Area: 285 North/West to I-20 East to Panola Rd. exit. Go left to Covington Hwy make a right. Go pass Circle K gas station, make next right on Hillvale Rd. Make next right in to Southeast Regional Park, Lithonia.
From Downtown Atlanta: I-20 East to Panola Rd. exit. Go left to Covington Hwy make a right. Go pass Circle K gas station, make next right on Hillvale Rd. Make next right in to park.
From Marietta: I-75 South to I-20 East to Panola Rd. exit. Go left to Covington Hwy make a right. Go pass Circle K gas station, make next right on Hillvale Rd. Make next right in to park.
For more information call Josephine Aaron at 770-322-7429 or Annette Lemonn at 404-428-0457.
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