From last night’s Fauntleroy Community Association meeting, that’s Gordon Wiehler and Bruce Butterfield with a new sign for next week’s annual membership meeting, also known as the Fauntleroy Food Fest (6 pm March 20th at The Hall at Fauntleroy). But there’s another new face that FCA is presenting, and proud of:
The FCA website at fauntleroy.net has just relaunched with an all-new look. It’s always been an information-laden website, but somewhat plain; Irene Stewart is responsible for the re-do. Still a few tweaks ahead, but the new front page in particular won rave reviews.
Back to the Food Fest, and a Cove Park “Big Dig” recap – read on:
Next Tuesday, eight different eateries will take part in the Food Fest/membership meeting, which is for Fauntleroy residents – both current and future FCA members – to come meet each other and join in the board elections. (Dues are $25/year.) FCA also hopes to recruit new volunteers, and you’ll see information about that at the event.
Meantime, FCA’s Gary Dawson said the Cove Park plant-digging event two weekends ago went well; some larger plants didn’t find takers but that, he said, was mostly because the would-be “adopters” didn’t have a way to transport them. He also is the Fauntleroy rep to the state ferries’ Advisory Council, and said that they’ll be talking soon about whether to resume the ferry-community public meetings that haven’t happened in the past few years.
Besides fauntleroy.net, you can also keep up with FCA via its Facebook page – find it here.
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