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V.I. GROUP TO MEET IN GEORGIA SATURDAY

Sept. 20, 2002 – Virgin Islands Association of Atlanta monthly meeting will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21, at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 2569 Tilson Road, Decatur, Georgia.
VIAA will be selling patés (saltfish and meat), johnnycakes, fried fish, fried chicken and soft drinks at this meeting.
VIAA's Youth Group is back in action, so please bring children ages 6-16 to join, said a release from Annette Lemonn, president of the group.
Virgin Islanders and friends living in the Metro-Atlanta are encouraged to participate and attend. For more information about VIAA membership, please call (404)681-6395 or Josephine Aaron at (770)322-7429.
A reminder: submission deadline for The Tradewinds Newsletter is on meeting days. Please bring your articles, "ShoutOuts!," advertisements, recipes, poems, hymns and inspirational thoughts for insertion. Submissions can also be made to news@theviaa.com.
Visit our web site at www.theviaa.com for additional information about the organization.
Directions:
Marietta/Atlanta: Take I-75 South to I -20 East to Candler Rd, make left. Go to Tilson Rd, make left. St. Paul's Lutheran Church is about 1/2 mile down on the left.
Stone Mountain Area: Take 285 South to I-20 West to Candler Rd, make right. Go to Tilson Rd, make left. St. Paul's Lutheran Church is about 1/2 mile down on the left.
College Park Area: Take 285 East to Flat Shoals, make left. Flat Shoals becomes Candler Rd. Take Candler Rd to Tilson, make left. St. Paul's Lutheran Church is about 1/2 mile down on the left.

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