By Beth White Ganga
Please join Tucker Civic Association (TCA) on Thursday, Feb. 21 at 7:30 p.m. at Tucker First Baptist Church for the first in a series of Tucker Lifelong Community (TLC) educational programs. Each of the monthly sessions will feature two speakers representing local services, businesses or organizations. The purpose of these programs is to offer Tucker residents a chance to “get to know” some of the great opportunities and resources in our community that they might not be aware of.
The speakers for the first meeting are William Smith, Director of the Tucker Recreation Center, and Dawn Hines, Master Gardener. Smith will be discussing the activities and programs (for all ages) that the center offers. He will be bringing copies of the new program guide along with information on how and where to sign up. He’ll also talk about future plans and how we can help. Hines will be talking about the Master Gardener projects located at the Tucker Recreation Center, including the Trees of Tucker project, which has recently received an upgrade, as well as the butterfly garden located in front of Browning Courthouse.
The TLC project is committed to creating a "home for a lifetime" by building, promoting, and expanding accessibility of service programs, diverse housing and transportation options, and encouraging healthy lifestyles for residents of all ages. The TLC programs are open to the public; you do not have to be a member of TCA to attend. For more information, please email or find us here on Facebook.