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You're Invited to our Annual Meeting!

Dear Community Friends,
The Park Bugle, your local community nonprofit newspaper exists to strengthen our community by providing local news and storytelling that transforms readers into neighbors. You are an important part of this work to connect the community.

We invite you to join the Bugle Annual Community meeting (virtually), June 22 at 7:00 p.m. We will briefly conduct the annual Bulge business that keeps us strong,: elect the slate of new board members and officers, and approve the budget for the coming year. We’ll share our plans for the coming year. We welcome the very entertaining Clay Christensen, the Bugle’s Birdman of Lauderdale, as our guest speaker on the topic, “In Defense of Crows.”.

We hope you will tune in. Please rsvp to: editor@parkbugle.org and you will receive a link to the meeting.

Thank you again for your part in The Bugle, our community connector!

The Bugle Board

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Park Bugle Photo Gallery

Our photo gallery is a combination of photos from our print edition and pictures that we could not run due to lack of space. We are accepting photo submissions from readers for possible publication. Got an interesting photo of something that happened or is going on in your neighborhood?  Send your photo submissions to editor@parkbugle.org with the caption line “Photo Gallery.” 

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