Village Mill Neighborhood Association
Village Mill Neighborhood Association Newsletter
August 2015
In This Issue
VMCI Updates
VMNA Updates
Kindergarten Party
Swim Team
Thank our Sponsors
Fourth of July
Romeo News
Book Club
Vietnam Vets
Neighborhood News
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VMCI Update

Saturday, August 15 @ 7pm at the Pool Pavilion

VMCI ANNUAL MEETING Sunday, September 13 @ 6pm at the Pool Pavilion.


Open positions for the 2016 VMCI Board of Directors are:

Secretary, Membership Chair, Grounds Chair and Webmaster

If you are interested in volunteering to serve on the VMCI Board of Directors in one of these positions,please contact one of the following members of the nominating committee:Andy Smith, Mike Kelley, Jan Hamilton, Wendy Puckett or Tee Bridges


VMNA Update
Next VMNA Meeting

7:00 p.m.

August 23rd

Village Mill Pool Pavillion


Please attend this meeting if you are organizing or volunteering to help for the Fall Party and Halloween. Thank you!


Board members and Committee Heads

Please start finding your replacements for 2016. (If your commitment is over for Board members - 2 years), and if you are a committee head and do not want to be on the committee for 2016, then you are responsible for finding your replacements. If you would like to be on the Board or in charge of one of our fun events during the year, please contact Terri Gouldman at There are many positions open!

Kindergarten Roundup
Thursday, August 6th

Meet and Greet Other New Kindergarten Friends


Thursday, August 6


@4:30 pm


Village Mill Playground


Calling all rising kindergarten students! We will have a fun meet and greet event at the pool to kick off the school year. Anyone that will be starting Kindergarten this year is welcome, please join other old and new friends in celebrating this big event.



Please email Julie Kolevsohn @ to RSVP and if you are willing to volunteer to help plan the event. One more volunteer is needed please, thank you!!!

Swim Team

Congrats to the Vipers on a great season. TheVillage Mill Vipers are the Dual Meet Champions and finished 3rd in the Gold division for our regular season.We hada strong showing at divisionals with 57 swimmers participating to bring home 3rd place out of a field of 22 teams! 19 swimmers qualified for championships along with 1 alternate and 4 others as a relay alternate.


Thank you to our outstanding coaches, junior coaches and coaches in training: Cheri Mills, Haley Pierce, Chandler Mulford, Allie Puckett, Kaylyn Sinisgalli,Allison Cash, Brooks Lalley, Matthew Moussouri,Peter Johnson and Annie Wall.


Many thanks to everyone's help whether big or small in pulling off each and every meet, fun Friday's, divisionals and end of year party. It takes a village and Village Mill showed what a strong village we are! Courtney and I truly appreciate everyone's efforts and encouraging words along the way.


Thanks for a great season,

Courtney and Susan

Thank you Village Mill Viper Sponsors


Thank you for a Fabulous Fourth of July
Thank you to Janey Hoag for another great Village Mill parade. We had a good turnout and the weather cooperated by clearing up at start time.
Thank you to Courtney Santora and the entire social committee for the 4th of July Party. We had a fun filled day at the pool on the 4th of July! The social committee would like to thank Kimi Lenertz for helping out with the decorations and organizing the Kona Ice truck. Thanks also to Pat Casey for recommending the great food from 'cue Milton.

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THE ROMEOS were pleased to have Denny Shortal, our Dunwoody District 1 City Councilman, and Mayor Pro Tem, and Mayoral Candidate join us at our JULY breakfast meeting. Denny provided a recap of his platform and vision for Dunwoody tied to his candidacy for Mayor in the upcoming November elections. His comments were well received by one and all. Our thanks to Denny for all his work on our behalf in his current positions over the years.


At our AUGUST breakfast meeting at J. Christopher's, our current Mayor and candidate for reelection, Mike Davis will join us. We look forward to Mike's positions on the issues to be considered in our upcoming November election. THE ROMEOS describe ourselves in part as being an information hungry group. We hope hearing from our Mayoral candidates hits the spot and we can count on a strong turnout.


Questions? Contact John Pleck at

Book Club News

Georgie's Girls Book Club

Wednesday, September 2

6:30 p.m. at the pavilion
Scott Sergent will discuss his book, An Invincible Summer

Vietnam Vets

If you were sent to Vietnam, or served in any way during that war, please get in touch with

Nancy Huey.


The NSDAR is focusing on recognizing the veterans of this period.The Sandy Springs Chapter is featuring 2 speakers who served and we want to invite veterans to hear them and recognize our neighbors who served.


Thank you for your service. My family salutes you! or 770-396-7036

Neighborhood News

Sympathy to...


Sympathy to Jim Bartholomew and his family on the recent death of his father.


Tim and Amy Hillegass and their family the death of Tim's father,George.



Please email the newsletter editors at with news and updates.
DUMC Kids Consignment Sale
August 20-22
Gently used clothes, toys and children's gear for sale. All proceeds benefit metro Atlanta charities. Consigner/Seller registration is still open, for more information, contact Tricia Webster at 4714 Olde Village Ln