The Vassor Village Association meets monthly on the first Wednesday of the month. (except in December when the meeting is replaced with a community potluck) The Vassor Village Block Watch meeting begins at 6:30 PM and is then followed by the VVA meeting, beginning promptly at X:XX PM. Meetings are currently held in the basement of XXX, Columbus, OH 43xxx. All interested parties, regardless of membership status, are welcome to attend. 

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