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Due to Governor Northam's current order for Virginia to be in Stage 3 of COVID-19 recovery, City of Franklin city hall is now open to the public with social distancing and masks required. Please reserve the hours between 8:30am to 9:30am for those citizens over the age of 65 and those with compromised immune systems.

Franklin Goes Blue Walk

Franklin City Department of Social Services will be hosting our second annual Franklin City Goes Blue Walk on June 16th at 3pm, with a Rain Date scheduled for June 21st at 3pm. Please wear Royal Blue (the official color of Child Abuse Prevention) and meet us on the City Hall steps at 3pm on June 16th and walk with us! We will leave from City Hall and head up to High Street, over to South Street and end up at Barrett’s Landing. We will then leave Barrett’s Landing and head to the DSS building where we will be cooking out hotdogs and raffling off some great prizes, including Tides Baseball tickets. A hotdog combo with chips and a drink will be $3 and then raffle tickets are available for $1, with all proceeds going to our continued Child Abuse Prevention efforts here within the City of Franklin. If you would like to order one of our 2016 Child Abuse Prevention tshirts for $12 (featuring a design drawn by one of our SP Morton Elementary students) please contact Jennifer at 757-562-8602 to place your order. If you have questions about this event please feel free to contact us or visit our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/franklindss for more updates and information.

 

Please see the attachments for tshirt order form, tshirt design, and the flyer for the event.