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Pembroke celebrates Cities Week
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Paiten Messner was one of a number of kids who got a chance to meet public safety workers up close and personal on April 20. - photo by Photo provided.
The City of Pembroke celebrated Georgia Cities Week with a range of activities. Here's a look at the week's events.

Monday, April 18, Senior Citizen Appreciation:
Tonya Raulerson, Pembroke Better Hometown Manager made goody bags for each of the seniors and delivered them to the senior citizens center. Kathy Saul, senior citizen coordinator helped distribute the bags of goodies to the seniors who were very appreciative for what the city had done.

Tuesday, April 19
 The City of Pembroke held its annual Volunteer Appreciation Dinner. This year they gave two volunteer of the year awards. Youth volunteer of the year was Elizabeth Crofts of Richmond Hill. She has been very active in her volunteerism efforts to start the newly opened Teen Line and she led the Prom Dress drive that was recently a great success.

Wednesday, April 20
The City of Pembroke held its annual emergency display at the Pre-K and Head Start for the kids to enjoy. Bryan Co. EMS, Pembroke Fire Department, Bryan County Fire Department and the Pembroke Police Department were all on hand to do demonstrations and talk about safety with the kids.

Wednesday, April 20
The North Bryan Chamber of Commerce held an open house/Ribbon Cutting at the newly renovated welcome center/chamber office in downtown Pembroke.

Thursday, April 21
The city hosted an Employee Appreciation Luncheon to thank the employees for all their efforts.

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