This Week in Burlington

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Quasquicentennial
Burlington turns 125 on February 14, 2018! The City will celebrate this milestone throughout the year and hopes you will as well. Stay tuned to www.Burlington125.com for more details as the City's birthday approaches. 
Holiday Sanitation Schedule 
New Year's Day Schedule Modification:
Monday (1/1) route will be collected on Tuesday (1/2)
Tuesday (1/2) route will be collected on Wednesday (1/3)
Thursday and Friday routes will remain normal.
Need to dispose of your real or artificial Christmas tree? Set it on the curb on your regular trash day (or your modified trash day during holiday weeks). Please remove all ornaments, light and tinsel before placing the tree at the curb.
Link Holiday Schedule
Link Transit will not operate on New Year's Day (Monday, January 1, 2018). Link Transit will resume regular routes on January 2nd. 
Cops Care
On December 22nd, Officers from the Burlington Police Department paired up with local kids to help them spend $100 at Wal-Mart as part of the Cops Care program. The BPD fundraises all year to support this program wherein kids who may not otherwise get Christmas gifts get to shop with a cop. These families also received two boxes of groceries. Thanks to the Burlington community for supporting this effort and making Christmas wishes come true for 76 children and their families this holiday season.
The Year of the Dog
Unlikely Choirs Unite
The Kernodle Senior Center's Golden Harmonies Choir teamed up with Burlington Rec & Park's Exploration Station daycare program to put on a memorable Holiday Sing-Off last week and the results were wonderful. 
Please take a moment to complete the Mapel Avenue Survey and join us  for a public input meeting on January 8, 2018 regarding the Renew Maple Avenue corridor planning initiative.The meeting, hosted by Toole Design Group, will be held at the Kernodle Senior Center, 1535 S. Mebane St., Burlington. Please drop-in any time between 5:30pm and 7:30pm to learn more about the future of Maple Avenue. Get more information at www.RenewMapleAvenue.com or call Senior Planner Daniel Shoffner at (336) 513-5416.
Youth Lacrosse
Registration dates: December 18th – January 29th
Program available for boys/girls ages 7-14
Must have a US Lacrosse Membership number to register
Youth Soccer
Registration Dates: January 2nd – February 1st
Program available for boys/girls ages 4-18
If your child has played a sport with us before, you may register in-person or online. If your child has not played a sport with us before, you will need to visit our office Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm. A copy of the child's birth certificate and parent's proof of address is required in order to register. 
For questions, please call 336.222.5030 or visit our website for more information.  
Kaleidoscope Play & Learn
Registration at 10:00 am. Race at 10:30 am 
Guilford Mackintosh Park and Marina | 1345 NC HWY 61, Whitsett
Fee: $5/person age 16 and up; $2/person age 6-15 (must be accompanied by an participating adult). Fee collected on race day at registration.

The No-Frills Trail 5K is a series of trail runs (or hikes, walks or whatever speed you'd like). We just want people to get out, move and have a good time! Since this is not a fancy 5k, we’ll only be providing a well-marked 5K course and a clock so you can see your time as you finish. Let us know you are coming by choosing "Going" on the Facebook event page.

So...
If you want a t-shirt – wear one!
If you need snacks – bring some!
If you want an award – too bad! 
 

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