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UPCOMING EVENTS IN MONROE COUNTY Calendar items run free of charge as a community service each week as space allows. Mail items for the Community Calen- dar to Diane Ghdewell at news@mymcr.net by 8 a.m. on Monday 1 October 2, 2019 Oct. 5 Mission Possible 5K & Fun Run Project Impact Com- munity Development Inc. will sponsor the 3rd Annual Mission Possible 5K 8, Fun Run on Sat- urday, Oct. 5 at 8 a.m. at Mary Persons Main Campus, 300 Mont- peher Ave Forsyth. Proceeds benefit Mon- roe County Habitat for Humanity and Project Impact. Early registra- tion $20: late registra- tion (after Sept. 25) $25, youth fun run $15. For more information, contact Colette Cham- bliss at 478-501-8217 or Christina Barfield at 478-719-9099. 13th Annual Seven Islands Artifact ID Day The 13th Annual Seven Islands Artifact ID Day will be on Saturday, Oct. 5 from 12 noon- 4 p.m. at the Indian Springs Hotel/Muse- um,1807 Hwy. 42 S Flovilla. Free AdmissionJ Similar to the 'Antiques See CALENDAR Page 3C The Blue Cottage beside in the 1930's, and it is believed the the Bolingbroke Fire Sta- building was constructed around tion has been used by the 1920. Bolingbroke Community Not long ago, a storm came Club (a non-profit organization) for as long as I can remember - well over 20 years. For those of you not familiar, we held our meetings there for many years but eventu- ally outgrew the space and had to move the meetings to Mr. Zion Baptist Church fellowship hall. We use the building during the Christmas Parade each year, VICKI SMITH transforming it into "Santa's Workshop" Xhe children line up with with great anticipation and excitement to go inside and visit with Santa. The building has so much history and is one of the few remaining historical buildings here in Boring- broke. Our little town would not be the same without it. Judy Kornegay told me that when they moved to Bolingbroke in 1973, she and her husband, Garry, went to this build- ing to vote - it was this area's voting precinct. I am also told that this building used to be the city hall/courthouse through and knocked the power box offthe back of the building. It was then discovered that the sup- port beams on two sides are rotten. The county owns the building while the Bolingbroke Com- munity Club leases it. The county maintenance crew wanted to have it torn down. After conversing with our District 3 county com- missioner, John Ambrose, and a few of the Community Club members, including Garry Komegay, who is an engineer, it was determined that the building could be saved. Club member Jimmy Mickle has been rebuilding the seal plates/ beams. And in the meantime, John Ambrose agreed to go before the other commissioners and renew our lease. He agreed to give the Club money from his discretionary fund so that the Bolingbroke Com- munity Club can begin making other necessary repairs to the aging building. In addition to the money Mr. Ambrose will donate, we will need more to complete the on-going project. If you can make a dona- The Blue Cottage in the center of Bolingbroke has been an important part of the community since the early 1900's. It is now in need of lots of repairs. tion, it will be tax deductible. If finances permit, we will redo the siding, windows and door and repaint the exterior. A new deck/ porch is also needed. If you would be interested in helping with this project, please contact me. 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