This year, your DNCA is beginning a new tradition of decorating our beautiful neighborhood for the holidays.
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It was such fun to see how everyone decorated across the four categories. We will follow up after the holidays with a more detailed look at the winners but here they are!
Congratulations to the Dunwoody North Civic Association’s 6th Annual Holiday Lights Decoration Contest winners. The Ringlers took first place; the Dennises took second and in third is the Quarles family.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! The 6th annual Holiday Decoration Contest for Dunwoody North! Each December we ask our neighborhood families to decorate the exterior of their homes with lights, ornaments, blow ups, anything festive to celebrate the holidays. Feel free to use your creativity – we can’t wait to see what you do. This year we will have three winners (1st, 2nd, and 3rd place based on…
We were not able to do a normal judging for Yard of the Month this summer due to the pandemic so instead took nominations by email. Thanks to all who participated including my great helpers!
The Dunwoody North Civic Association Beautification Committee is changing Yard of the Month a bit for this summer season, partly due to the ongoing health risks but also to see if perhaps we can do it better. Traditionally, a team of judges would take a couple of days each month to pile into a big car and cruise all the streets of our neighborhoods to find the yard of the…
Dunwoody North Civic Association is proud to present the winners of our Holiday Decoration contest for 2019. And we pay our respects to Sally Soderberg, a 2019 nominee and previous winner.
The Dunwoody North Civic Association is kicking off its 5th annual Holiday Decoration Contest which means it’s time again to adorn and illuminate Dunwoody North for the holiday season.
In 2020 DNCA will publish a new Dunwoody North Community Directory. This is a chance for kids younger than sixteen to showcase their creation on the directory cover for the next three years.
With the news of climate change and rising temperatures, saving water while caring for your yard has become imperative to help protect our planet.