Village Mill Neighborhood Association
Village Mill Neighborhood Association Newsletter
June 2015
In This Issue
VMCI Updates
Swim Team
Thank our Sponsors
Fourth of July
Romeo News
Book Club
Lending Library at the Pool
Neighborhood News
Quick Links
Join Our List
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VMCI Update

There have been lots of great improvements to the pool. Come check it out.Thank you to Liz Bankston and Sheila Greear on the complete renovation of the pool bathrooms, the update of the sound system and wiring for the pool and the repainting of the pavilion and shed. We are off to a great start of the pool season and everything looks wonderful.


We now have WiFi at the pool! Please use this network and code:


network Village Mill

password govipers (lowercase)




June 14that 7:30 at Pool Pavilion


Pool Hours


June 1-28

Weekdays: 12:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Weekends: 10:00 am - 10:00 pm


June 29 - August 1 : 10:00 am-10:00 pm

Swim Team


Swim Team is off to a great start. The Village Mill Vipers won their first meet this week at home against Dunwoody North. With 160 swimmers, we have a lot of participation and the kids are having fun. We have 4 more meets this season and will swim through the end of June. Come support the Vipers! For more information, go to


Tuesday 6/9 @ Kingsley

Monday 6/15 @ DCC

Thursday 6/18 @ home versus the Branches

Tuesday 6/23 @ Vermack

Thank you Village Mill Viper Sponsors


Fourth of July In Village Mill
Celebrate the 4th with Village Mill


Village Mill Parade

12:30 p.m.

The annual Village Mill Parade will kick off the day's events. Starting at the top of Olde Village Run and heading all the way to the pool, this fun bike, walk, scooter parade is a Village Mill tradition.


Games and Lunch at the Pool

1-3 p.m.Catered Lunch
1-5 p.m.DJ, Swimming, and Dancing...come hang out at the pool and enjoy! It is a great way to cool off after running the Peachtree Road Race or attending the Dunwoody City Parade.

More updates to follow with RSVP, Food Details and prices



We have had a busy month with Strawberry Festival. It was a lovely day and we had a lot of fun.Thank you to Tricia Casey for organizing the event and to all the volunteers who helped make it another successful Strawberry Festival. It wouldn't happen without you!

Thank you to Jennifer Morris for putting our Village Mill Directories together. If you would like a Directory, please pay your $35 VMNA dues to Sheila Greear at 4863 Village Creek Drive, and if you have paid your VMNA dues, please contact Sheila for your Directory.


Our next big event in Village Mill is theJuly 4thParade and Cookout at the Pool.

Romeo logo







Our honored guest speaker at our MAY breakfast was Mr. Stan Jester, our District 1 representative on the Dekalb County School Board. Stan gave us updates on the activities and direction of our School Board in a very interactive discussion. He was supported in the discussion by Nancy

Jester who previously held Stan's position who also joined us. Stan's passion and dedication in making our Dekalb County Schools the very best they can be are very evident and appreciated. Our thanks to both Stan and Nancy.


OurJUNE 8breakfast meeting again at J. Christopher's will reflect a nice change of pace and THE ROMEO demographics. Thanks to Bill Schuh's efforts, Mary Louise Connor, Executive Director of PerimeterNorthVillages, Dunwoody will be our guest speaker. As information, there are 150 "Villages" across the U.S. and Perimeter North will be the first in the Atlanta area serving Dunwoody, Sandy Springs, Doraville, Chamblee, and Brookhaven. Perimeter North Village is an organization designed to allow elderly couples and singles to say in their homes independently and stay connected to the communities they have lived in for a long time. This promises to be a most meaningful and informative meeting.


Questions? Contact John Pleck at

Book Club News

Other Book Club

Thursday June 25th

7:30 pm

April Tom's House

4634 Village Court

What Alice Forgot by Liane Moriarity

Lending Library in Village Mill

Hi we're Girl Scout Troop 27447.We (Autumn Toms, Kate Smith, Natalia Carlson, and Amit Nechmad) have installed a Little Free Library down at the pool by the bridge. The Library is basically a box full of books where anyone can pick up a book. The concept is simple, you take book, and leave a book. We have also installed Little Free Libraries at Chamblee Middle School, Dunwoody Elementary School, and Ashford Chase neighborhood. The Library was vandalized when first installed, but was fixed and is now available for use! Enjoy!

Neighborhood News

Sympathy to...


Michele and Jim Hart and family on the death of Michele'smother.

Bill and Gene Schuh on the death of Gene's mother, Vivian Fennell.

Dorothy Hinckley and family on the death of Bill Hinckley

Susan West, Jonathan and Meredith West on the loss of their husband and father, Vernon West.


Congratulations to...

Congratulations to Village Mill Graduates

  • Megan Gordon from Dunwoody High School
  • Ian Kelley from Dunwoody High School
  • Chandler Kane from Dunwoody High School
  • Kevin Smith from Dunwoody High School
  • Chandler Mulford from Marist School
  • Hayley Pierce from Dunwoody High School
  • Lauren Alexander from UGA
  • Emily Felderworth from Dunwoody High School


Wendy Puckett - she was awarded the Auxiliary Person of the Year at Dunwoody High School.


The Greear Family on the birth of daughter Lucy Mae.

Welcome to....

Kelsie and Cam Deiter, and son Jack

Christopher and Erin Wang and daughter Julia


Chris and Alison Boivin and son Ryan


Daryl and Tracy Anderson children Maren , Finley and Gunnar


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