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Donaldson-Bannister House to Open For Fall Event

The historic farmhouse has become a city park in need of donations.

The historic Donaldson-Banister farmhouse in east Dunwoody will be open to the public for a fundraising event from noon to 4:30 p.m. Sept. 30, according to the Dunwoody Crier.

The house, a designated city park, is following up on a June event that was hosted by the Dunwoody Preservation Trust. The public can see the house and tour the grounds, according to the report.

The fall event will again be funded by a $5,000 donation by City Councilwoman Adrian Bonser, her husband Brian, and the Gendell Family Foundation. The Bonser led events have been pushing hard to open the house and public park to the public.

 

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