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April 2015

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         CITY HALL MEMORIAL GARDENS                                            CEREMONY
On Saturday, April 18, 2015, the City will also honor Volunteers, City Officials and Employees that have served the City for 15 plus years at a special celebration in front of City Hall at the new Memorial Gardens Site. Honorees will have a brick with their name engraved on them placed in the walkway path leading to the site. The event starts at 2:00pm and is open to the public. City Hall is located at 12500 Old Jamestown Road. 

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The City of Black Jack is now offering online reservations for the Park Pavilion rentals. Please visit the Parks and Recreation page for more details.
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THE CITY OF BLACK JACK HONORS IT’S CITY’S BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, AND COMMITTEES VOLUNTEERS.
The City of Black Jack recently held their annual appreciation dinner for members of the City’s Boards, Commissions and Committees. The event was held at Garden Villas North, and recognized the efforts of the volunteers to make the City a great place to live, work and play. "Volunteering gives you a great opportunity to learn about your community. Several current city officials began their political career by volunteering" said Mayor Norm McCourt.