A DeKalb County city is trying to provide kids with an outdoor activity this spring by launching a youth baseball league.
The City of Tucker Parks and Recreation Department continues to find ways to keep families entertained, yet safe, during the coronavirus pandemic. Next weekend they will host their annual Campfire Night at Kelley Cofer Park, but with a socially distant twist; the event will be a drive-thru, rather than a traditional gathering around the fire.
Tucker is currently accepting applications for roughly $2.3 million in small business and nonprofit grants as part of a coronavirus relief program.
The City of Tucker Monday opened the application window for the small business grant component of its CARES Act program.
“We are mindful of the ongoing pandemic, as well as the need for community connection and interaction,” said Tucker Communications Manager Sonja Szubski. “We will be pulling out all the stops to make this as safe an event as you have ever seen.”
Food and beverage aficionados are in for a treat. For the second year, Tucker’s Parks and Recreation Department is hosting a Sip and Stroll event that is free and open to anyone in the community.
Officials in the city of Tucker have gotten their hands on 21,000 masks to fight the spread of the coronavirus, and they plan to ship them out to residents.