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North Fulton Jaycees
Ongoing on the second Monday and fourth Monday of each Month.

The North Fulton Jaycees meet the second and fourth Mondays of each month at 7:30 p.m. The meetings are held at the Jaycee house on the corner of Wills Road and Hwy 9 in Alpharetta. Meetings are open to all residents of the North Fulton community and membership is open for those age 18-40. If you like to help your community and want to make new friends and have family friendly fun - come see waht the Jaycees are all about. Call President Adam Boze for more information 404-259-1356 or contact Secretary Stacia Mentus at staciajc@yahoo.com
Times:7:30 p.m.
Where:Jaycee House, corner of Wills Road and Hwy. 9
Alpharetta CT
Additional Info: Phone: 404-259-1356

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