Hello reading enthusiasts!  

Ausable Acres Book Club

The Ausable Acres Book Club’s “re-boot” is planned for January 26, 7-9pm at Dawn and Ben Tonneau’s house, 721 Ausable Drive. We will be discussing Amor Towle’s novel, “A Gentleman in Moscow”.   Please RSVP to: Dawntonneau@gmail.com if you are interested, and I will send you discussion questions.

Wishing you all a very happy 2023 filled with interesting reads!  – Dawn

“I find television very educating.  Every time someone turns in the set, I go into the other room and read a book.” – Groucho Marx

 

Voyent Alert!  Notification Service

The Town of Jay is pleased to announce that they have chosen the Voyent Alert!  Notification Service to keep you informed during emergencies as well as day-to-day notifications.

Staff received training on the Voyent Alert! System on how to post an alert, create templates, and schedule event postings.

Register now at https://register.voyent-alert.us to receive important notifications about the Town of Jay that matter to you! The service is FREE, easy to use, and anonymous.

TAKE COMMUNITY SURVEY ABOUT TOWN OF JAY’S PARKS

The Town of Jay Parks committee invites residents and visitors of Upper Jay, Jay, and Au Sable Forks to take a community survey HERE.

This will help town officials make informed decisions about how to manage parks. The survey will be available until October 31, with a report to follow. Please share with your friends, family, and neighbors!

And thank you to the community members who joined the Town of Jay Parks Committee at today’s community engagement sessions to share how they use Jay’s parks and how you would like them maintained and improved. We appreciate your time!

Many thanks to Town of Jay employee Paul Benway, who handles day-to-day park maintenance and special projects. Thank you also to the Highway Department and the community volunteers who add their time and efforts to caring for our public spaces.

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