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VOL. 22 NO. 11                                                                         NOVEMBER 2021

      November Welcomes Doobie  Deuterman Productions

      Brothers Tribute Band                                                       Presents The Lacs

         China Grove is a Doobie Brothers tribute band and their inspiration for China Grove came      The Lacs is an American country rap duo that consists of Clay “Uncle Snap” Sharpe and Brian
      from musician Todd Plant’s experience performing with a group of Doobie Brothers alumni   “Rooster” King. Nearly 20 years ago, these proud sons of Baxey, Ga., unleashed their first beats
      paying tribute to this timeless body of work. China Grove’s setlist celebrates the Doobies’   and ripped through their first rhymes. Since then, they’ve headed down highways far from the
      many decades of chart-topping success. The material is delivered by a group of musicians   hometown dirt roads, watching landscapes roll past on the way to their next shows.
      that truly enjoy what they are doing. Their energy and enthusiasm are infectious.     Much of what they’ve learned courses throughout their most recent album, American Rebelution.
         This event is a free community concert brought to by Schumacher Automotive. Make plans   The soul of The Lacs is right where it’s always been, front and center in their music, infused by
      to join your friends on the lawn at the amphitheater on Nov. 20 at 7:30 p.m. for this family-  pride in their country, love for their family and an inclination toward rowdy celebration.
      friendly event, presented by Bud Light which is proudly distributed by Brown Distributing      The Lacs have recorded six albums, four of which have entered the Billboard 200. In 2017,
      Company who always reminds you to drink responsibly.                        they created their own record label, Dirt Rock Empire.
         Bring your chairs and blankets for an evening of live music under the stars in the beautiful      Experience them live in concert as they bring their Rise and Shine Tour to the Abacoa
      outdoor setting of Downtown Abacoa.                                         Amphitheater on Friday, Dec. 3. Doors open at 6 p.m.

      Abacoa Community Garden

         The Abacoa Community Garden members enjoyed a beautiful Saturday morning on Sept.   removing the foliage and cutting it into smaller pieces for our compost bin and some digging
      18 to kick off the 2021/22 season; enjoying coffee, conversation, and chores! The morning   deep into the soil to loosen up the sweet potatoes. By far the best part was how much the
      started with returning and new member introductions as we shared a variety of delicious   children were engaged, finding victory in each and every potato they harvested!
      breakfast items, including sweet potato muffins and lemongrass mint tea sweetened with      Membership is open for the 2021/22 season which runs from Aug. 1 to July 31 and the
      sugar cane juice which were made from items harvested from the garden!      cost to join as a community member is $40 per household. Forms are accessible at https://
         A garden tour was provided amongst the butterflies flitting around us! Our master or in the outside mailbox at the entrance to
      gardener, David  Traupman, gave                                             the garden at 1022 Community Drive, across from Addington Place. We encourage you to
      an overview of the fall/winter bed                                          stop by the garden on Saturday morning to meet us and you can also check out our Facebook
      planting plan in anticipation of October                                    page! There is currently a waiting list for independent beds. If you are interested in a private
      cooler temperatures. Several members                                        bed please check the box on the community membership application.
      volunteered to start seed planting
      from home which included eggplant,
      broccoli, kohlrabi, collards, and more!                                           OFFICIAL NOTICE
         Once our bodies were filled with
      fuel, friendship, and lots of information,
      we got to work harvesting the final
      summer crop of sweet potatoes, getting                                                       ANNUAL MEETING
      members of all ages involved! Some                                                  of the Abacoa Property Owners’ Assembly, Inc.

                                                                                                    Tuesday, Dec. 7 at 6 p.m.

                                                                                                      Meeting ID: 246 435 7461
                                                                                                           Password: 618983

                                                                                                  All Abacoa owners are welcome.
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