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    June 3rd Annual Home Tour and Gala

    Sunday, June 3rd from 1 - 5 p.m.

    Tickets available at the library, the Gillham Recreation Center or online at www.hwwl.org. Tickets are $20 in advance or $25 the day of the tour (if tickets are available).  Tour starts at the library where you'll pick up a map of the homes on the 2018 tour.  All proceeds from the event are used to support local education, women's and children's charities such as Berkley High School scholarships, Youth Assistance, Norup Food Pantry and the 4th of July parade.
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    Explore Berkley Gift Certificates
    Shop – Dine – Play Locally!
    from The Berkley Area Chamber of Commerce 
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    The Berkley Education Foundation receives a donation for purchases made online on their website:  www.berkleyedfoundation.org


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The areas scheduled for repair are:

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Details on the time frame for construction will be announced in a future e-newsletter and residents along the route will receive more information prior to the work commencing. 

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