4th of July Parade and Picnic

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Join your neighbors for the annual Independence Day Parade and Picnic…Decorate your bikes, wagon, car, scooter, pets, or spouse/better half and join the parade! There are door prizes, and parade prizes. If you’re a baker, bring a desert and compete in the annual bakeoff.  Hot dogs, chips, and drinks are provided. We also have deejay Michael Harold on site spinning upbeat tunes.  Everything is wrapped up by noon.  Hope to see you there, or along the parade route!

Here’s the parade route (if you don’t live along the route, feel free to watch from 549 Carl Street/corner of Carl St. & Suburban Pkwy.):

Parade Route 2016

July 4th Parade and Picnic

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Annual Parade and Picnic scheduled for 10 am Friday July 4th

New to the neighborhood?  Old timer?  It doesn’t matter!  It takes a neighborhood to produce our annual 4th of July Parade and Picnic. This is a great family event, and a great way to meet your neighbors.

Volunteers are needed for everything from coordinating the desert table, to grilling, to accompanying the grand marshal, to set up and logistics.

For more information on the 2014 Suburban Acres Civic League 4th of July Parade and Picnic, visit our EVENTS page, or email suburbanacres@gmail.com

You Can Help with the Voting Process in Suburban Acres

The City of Norfolk Registrar’s office is looking for registered voters who would like to be part of the Election Team for this year’s elections at the Suburban Park Elementary School precinct. 

 Becoming an election official is easy – just a few hours of training by the Registrar’s staff, plus you will be paid $125 for the day’s work.  While helping run the election is a long day, it is rewarding to know that you are helping your neighbors vote – one of our most important rights as Americans. 

 If you are interested in becoming an election official, please call Stella Jones of the Norfolk Registrar’s office at 664-4353.