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Dunwoody Home Tour – Oct 4

Dear Friends and Neighbors, 

As we celebrate our 50th Dunwoody Home Tour, we reflect with gratitude on the many homeowners in our community who have so graciously opened their beautiful homes for our tour through the years. Your grace, flexibility and generosity is an inspiration to us all, and we thank you. 

We also acknowledge indebtedness to our community leaders, businesses large and small, civic and spiritual organizations, as well as individuals and families who have given financial and in-kind support to our cause. We could not fulfill our club’s commitment of service to our community without your kind and generous support through the years, and we thank you. 

Our tour of homes format has changed a bit through the years. Today, not only do we sell tickets using social media, we also are excited to offer during the day of Home Tour, a design seminar provided by Southern Comforts! And while we used to offer lunch to those on tour, we have found that our visitors today prefer visiting a local restaurant. Our local eateries thank those who stop in on tour day. So grab a friend, and make a day of it at our 50th Home Tour. 

Gandhi once said that “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” Through the years, we have taken Gandhi’s message to heart to help found our Dunwoody Nature Center, the Stage Door Theatre, Spruill Center for the Arts, and the Dunwoody Library; to provide scholarships for our college-bound students, funds for school library programs, cancer treatment centers, Adult Day of Dunwoody, veterans programs, and source provisions for the homeless, the abused, and the neglected. The list grows as does our community, and we thank each and every one of you for standing with us and losing yourselves in the service of others. 

Together, we do much good. And we are reminded that, through our work to ensure our community grows and prospers, all we really have of consequence in this world are the gifts of family, friends, and community. 

Again, we thank you, The Dunwoody Woman’s Club.