Seven Lakes, One Town

A special meeting of the Arcadia Lakes Town Council will be held on Monday, December 11, 2017 at Town Hall. The meeting will be conducted in Executive Session. The purpose is to receive recent information concerning litigation involving Town residents. No action will be taken in Executive Session. The Town Attorney will be consulted for advice regarding the relevance to the Town. Council will return to Public Session following the Executive Session.

May 23, 2017

Notice is hereby given that the Mayor and Council will meet in a work session on insurance matters in conjunction with officials of the Insurance Reserve Fund. The work session is scheduled for 7:15 PM at Town Hall on Tuesday, May 23, 2017.

Possible Executive Session – The purpose of an Executive Session, if necessary, will be for Council to discuss Town contractual matters relating to its insurance policies, and receive legal advice for same. Upon returning to open session, Council may take action on matters discussed in Executive Session, but will take no vote while in Executive Session.

Sunday, May 7, 11am-3pm

The highly successful, eighth annual BIG NOSH event will celebrate ‘everything Jewish’ including food, entertainment, and education. The BIG NOSH will be held at the Tree of Congregation located at 6719 N. Trenholm Road in Columbia on Sunday, May 7, from 11 am to 3 pm.

The Tree of Life Supports Habitat for Humanity, Harvest Hope Food Bank, Cooperative Ministries, the Family Shelter, the Red Cross Blood Drive, and other community programs.

Of course there will be mouth-watering Jewish foods to eat in or take out, ranging from deli offerings, matzah ball soup, stuffed cabbage, brisket, corned beef sandwiches on rye, potato latkes, baked goods and other highly sought after delectable delights on which to nosh.

Enjoy local music, tour the sanctuary, and visit the Israeli booth and try some of their tasty treats. Bring your children to enjoy the bouncy house. Stop by the Rain Garden and see how runoff can be managed to protect our streams.
Admission is free and there is on-site parking.”