City of Brookhaven hosting three events
by Neighbor Staff
06:24 PM, Monday, April 20
The city of Brookhaven will host three events in the next two weeks: o As part of Georgia Cities Week, the Brookhaven Parks and Recreation Department is asking the youth of the city to get involved. It is hosting a contest for 5- to 12-year-olds t...

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