SearStone Executive Director Chris Romick, left, stands with Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht. SearStone, a retirement community, hosted Weinbrecht’s State of the Town address on June 17.
SearStone Executive Director Chris Romick, left, stands with Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht. SearStone, a retirement community, hosted Weinbrecht’s State of the Town address on June 17. COURTESY OF S&A CHEROKEE
SearStone Executive Director Chris Romick, left, stands with Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht. SearStone, a retirement community, hosted Weinbrecht’s State of the Town address on June 17. COURTESY OF S&A CHEROKEE

Community Notes: June 25

June 23, 2014 12:00 AM

UPDATED June 20, 2014 01:41 PM

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