In Case You Missed It Jan. 2015 Edition

If you were unable to attend last night’s LPCA general meeting, here are some highlights:

-2015 budget passed through a unanimous vote!

-Dog Park: Welcome to our new (veteran) dog park chair, Meg Kelly! A Yappy Hour is planned to commemorate the 5 year anniversary of the dog park on April 25 @ Miguels in Silo Point. Stay tuned for more information. Volunteers are needed to help with fundraising efforts. Contact locustpointdogpark@yahoo.com for more information.

-Parks and Beautification: Dog owners: please remember Latrobe Park is a “leash on your dogs” park. The police will be increasing their presence and you will be fined if your dog is off their leash.

-Doda Memorial: Due to the contributions of more than 100 people and including the donation from the LPCA, we have raised more than $10,000. We hope to have the bronze plaque at the February meeting and we really hope the memorial is completed by May 30.

-School: Reminder to register your VIC card. This is an easy way to help raise money for the students of Francis Scott Key School – please consider registering or re-linking today. To learn more about the program, or to re-link yourself, visit: http://www.harristeeter.com/community/together_in_education/tie.aspx.

-Social: Save the date: family friendly event co-sponsored with FSK February 27, 5:30-9:30. Stay tuned for more information.

-Safety: Please continue to be cautious with your deliveries. Any questions for Officer “Butterbean” can be sent to: kevin.vaught@baltimorepolice.org.

Community Announcements included:
-Community Improvement Grant Committee: The LPCA is revamping the community grant program and forming a new committee. We need a few members from the board and the community to participate. If you are interested, please send a note to contacts@mylocustpoint.org.

-Solar Co-op Information Session: Tuesday, January 27, 7:00 pm @ Captain Larry’s (601 E. Fort Ave.). for more information, contact Paul, @ (410) 929-6257 or pcole@retrofitbaltimore.org.

-Reading Partners Program: Consider volunteering through the Reading Partners program, an educational, non-profit organization that matches volunteers with struggling young readers grades K-5. Visit http://www.readingpartners.org/baltimore for more information or contact: (410) 585-7600 / volunteerbal@readingpartners.org.

The next meeting is Wednesday, February 11. We hope to see you soon!

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