May 14th, Tues., 7pm, First Congregational Church.
A presentation was given by Mark Kuntz of the Commercial Street Theater Project. At 1301 Commerical Street, Mark and his collegues have plans to build a 200 seat, affordable, community-based performance and gathering space. The space would be flexible for a variety of uses.
Commercial Street Theatre Project
TUESDAY, April 9th, 7 PM
2401 Cornwall, First Congregational Church, rm. 32
A general meeting was held and Officer Jeremy Harper came to represent the Police Department and discuss the Neighborhood Anti-Crime Team. Officer Harper heard feedback from the Neighboorhood Association Members about neighborhood concerns and plans to attend meetings in the future.
THE FOURTH ANNUAL WINTER POTLUCK has been rescheduled for:
TUESDAY, MARCH 19TH, 6:30 PM
The First Congregational Church, 2401 Cornwall,
in the lovely Social Hall. Please bring a dish to share. LSNA will provide drinks, dessert and an especially fun evening. Win prizes and take home gift certificates!
Meet your Lettered Streets Board Members and your neighbors.
Bring the children, friends and family. Let your representatives know how we can serve you. What are the projects you want done?
Set aside, Tuesday, March 19th, 6:30 PM
ELECTION at the FEBRUARY 12th meeting. Important choices to make. Our Chair and our Secretary will be stepping down. So we need you to participate, to nominate someone, to offer your services, and/or to vote.
Responsibilities of the Chairperson: The Chair plans, organizes and presides at monthly board meetings and general membership meetings. He or she will attend meetings and represent the residents and business owners of the Lettered Streets.
Responsibilities of the Secretary: The Secretary shall keep a permanent file of all minutes from the monthly meeting, unfinished business and records used in the business of the organization. The Secretary will be responsible for all communication. The Secretary keeps records and files annual reports to the State of Washington.
Some of you have been watching, listening and enjoying what we have offered you. Maybe you have new and different ideas to give to this sweet old neighborhood. It seems as though it has only gotten better. Let’s keep that trend going forward!
SEE YOU on Tuesday, Feb. 12th, 7PM, 2401 Cornwall, First Congregational Church, Room 32.
November’s monthly meeting topic is a perfect one for neighborhood members and pet owners. Emily Johnson, Environmental Educator with the City of Bellingham, will attend for 20 minutes to discuss water quality. The City is currently monitoring dangerous levels of fecal coliform bacteria in urban waterways. These high levels of bacteria come mainly from outdoor pets and are a health concerns for kids, pets and others who may recreate in or near streams and lakes in Bellingham. Owners of dogs, cats and other outdoor pets will learn what they can do to protect and improve the quality of Whatcom Creek for safe habitat and recreation. All neighbors, whether pet owners or not, will learn how to maintain a pet and people healthy yard and creek.
The presentation will include:
-a humorous video dispelling common myths about pet waste, “What’s the Scoop About Healthy Streams” (8 minutes)
-a short slideshow showing the water quality sampling data and actions we can take to reduce pollution (5 minutes)
-a chance to ask questions and discuss concerns and ideas for improvements (7 minutes)
–Find your property on a large watershed map and find out where water from your property flows
–Giveaways for pet owners (local pet store coupons, free long handled scoop, bag dispensers for leashes, stickers)
–A chance to tell City staff where there are pet problem areas, and suggest locations for dog bag dispensers and garbage cans
–Tools for conversations with neighbors and pet owners
Please join us at our usual time and place! Tuesday, November 13th, 7PM, at the First Congregational Church, 2401 Cornwall, Room 32.
General board meeting tonight at 7 pm, First Congregational Chuch. Enter through the back. MARK YOUR CALENDARS for the annual ICE CREAM SOCIAL! To be held in lieu of our monthly meeting on Tuesday August 14, 6:30 pm, in Fouts Park.
Join us at 7 PM for our monthly meeting. This month’s guest speaker will be Beth Chisholm, Master Gardener and WWU Community First Garden Project Coordinator, who will be talking with us about food gardening. First Congregational Church, 2401 Cornwall – enter through the back.
TUESDAY, APRIL 10th, GENERAL MEETING, 7PM
2401 Cornwall, First Congregational Church. Enter from the back parking lot.
This month’s special topic is safety and security in the Lettered Streets. Bellingham Police Department Officer John Courtney will talk with us tonight. Bring your questions and concerns.
New mayor Kelli Linville and everybodyBIKE’s Linda Blake will be at our meeting this month. Bring your questions and join us at 7 pm, Tuesday March 13.