Fauntleroy Community Association: Tonight’s toplines

Another event covered tonight (JuNO and Viaduct reports still to come): the Fauntleroy Community Association‘s monthly meeting. No huge news, but a few notes:

–The recent Endolyne Joe’s fundraiser for Fauntleroy Fall Festival brought in $1150, more than double last year’s take.
–Good turnout and results for the recent cleanup at Cove Park.
Website updates are in the works.
–FCA’s looking into applying for one of the city’s free-trees offers.
–Still working to settle on the neighborhood gathering place and time as part of the community emergency-preparedness effort that’s under way around West Seattle this spring (by the way, the Fairmount neighborhood’s event is up next, this Sunday).
–No rep on hand to update the schoolhouse-purchase plan.

Fauntleroy.net is the place to find out more about FCA and how to join.

3 Replies to "Fauntleroy Community Association: Tonight's toplines"

  • Sue May 13, 2008 (10:29 pm)

    Regarding the Fairmount community preparedness event, is there anywhere to get this information if we are unavailable to attend. I’ve been anxiously awaiting this location’s event, but am absolutely not available during those hours this Sunday. I know where the location is, but would love to know what they’re handing out and what we should know about this emergency preparedness location.

  • WSB May 13, 2008 (10:33 pm)

    Do you know Sharonn Meeks? She’s one of the point people on the e-mail chains we’ve been in on. If not, I will find out from her who you could get in touch with.

  • Sharonn May 14, 2008 (9:07 am)

    The critical message is that we want people to visually see the neighborhood meeting location at Providence Mount Saint Vincent, SOUTHEAST PARKING LOT. There will be a mock station on Sunday with SNAP materials provided. Additionally, there will be handouts from the Police Department with reference to neighborhood crime prevention. This effort is being coordinated through the use of block watch captains and we are hopeful that additional block watch areas will be created. Sue, do you have a block watch? If not let’s strive to organize one on your block…and many others! I’ll be glad to deliver or mail the materials provided by SNAP and the Police Department which are also available on their websites.

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