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Emerald Mountain Fall Yard Sale
 
The Emerald Mountain Fall Yard Sale will be Saturday, October 26th, YOUR house, 7:00 am until 11:00 am.  

Get your items ready! The crowds arrive early!

You may place signs or balloons at your turn off the Parkway. You may also want to put balloons on your mailbox, etc.

No organized collection available this year - you are responsible for your unsold items.

 
 
 
 
 
 
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AND THE WINNERS ARE......
The Emerald Mountain Garden Club Yard of the Month program is off and running.  The  volunteer Judges have made the selections and awarded  the YARD OF THE MONTH FOR AUGUST winners! We sincerely thank you all for your time and effort in helping keep Emerald Mountain a wonderful place to live and play!  Listed below are the August 2019, Yard of the Month awardees.  Congratulations to all !  Take time to drive around Emerald Mountain and see all the selections.  
 
2050 Emerald Mtn. Pkwy.  Annette & Joe Roberts
37 River Birch Circle        Vicki & Cary Snellgrove
281 Mountain Laurel Ridge  Kathy & Paul Brawley
327 Mountain Meadows   Montiel & David Sample
195 Poplar Grove Dr.              Lana & Ray Turner
377 Hickory Place                Sara & Jason Kunau
1428 Old Ware Road             Amy & Chris Tomlin
225 Walnut Point                  Kim & Steve Bolton
 
 
 
 
Please Do Not Burn
 
PLEASE REMEMBER THAT THE COVENANTS OF EMERALD MOUNTAIN PROHIBIT THE BURNING OF REFUSE AT YOUR RESIDENCE.  Burning of yard waste or trash is not permitted in Emerald Mountain.  Please make plans dispose of yard waste in a proper manner.  Schedule yard projects with County-Wide Clean-Up dates in mind, (The truck is at the Equestrian Center the second Saturday of each month) consider composting to create nutrient rich material for your flowers and shrubs, or carry waste to an approved waste facility.  Your neighbors will be thankful!