August 9th Membership Meeting

HCPNA Membership Meeting
Tuesday August 9
– Woodward Chapel –
please come and bring a neighbor!

 

  • 6:30       Meet and Mingle – light refreshments
  • 7:00       Meeting begins
    • Welcome – recognition of new neighbors/visitors
    • Guest Speakers
      • Dr Stuart Gulley, President Woodward Academy
      • Patrick Rice, Community Manager – The Pad
    • Updates from:
      • Councilman Ambrose Clay/Tracey Wyatt
      • Community Policeman – Tim Fenner
      • HCPNA
        • 50 / 50 – buy a ticket and split the pot
        • Calendar of Events

Thank you to the loyal residents who rose to the occasion Tuesday night to help with National Night Out– great turnout and obviously a great night for our men and women in blue who do so much for this city!

Kudos to: Eileen Murphy, Tom Coleman, Stephanie Harris, Anton Taylor, Alan and Linda Gravitt, Fritz Engelmann, Rick Pierce, and Bo Causey

This is a reminder that our monthly meetings will start back up next Tuesday, August 9 – 6:30 p.m. in the Woodward Chapel.  We have a lot of new faces in our community – we need to meet them and get them involved.  Please plan to attend and bring a neighbor!  We have a great line up of upcoming events and need your participation.

This is your city, your community – be informed, speak up, and let’s make a difference in College Park.  We already have a city that is comprised of incredible people doing great things.  Check out the new mural on Harvard and Main Street, Rev Coffee Shop or the Gallery on Harvard! The future of College Park is bright – more so than ever before!

Let’s become a city not divided by Wards but a city filled with concerned citizens who no longer will settle for status quo. Let’s work together to become a progressive city that thrives on greatness and put “Atlanta’s best kept secret . . . College Park” on the radar for all to see!

I’m excited!  See you Tuesday!

Smart Lunch Smart Kid

Smart Lunch, Smart Kid connects kids who receive free or reduced-price lunches during the school year with nutritious meals during school breaks.

The Historic College Park Homeowners Association needs help providing 225 lunches on June 27th.

The HCPNA will be feeding lunch to about 225 students on Monday, June 27th and we need your help!  Please Volunteer!

We need donations of bread, lunch meat, cheese, salty snacks, fruit snacks and bottled waters, etc,  Also needs volunteers the day of the event.

  Sign up here via SignUpGenius

Fire and Safety Appreciation Luncheon!

 

  Fire and Safety Appreciation Luncheon!

Let’s give back to our brave Fire and Safety workers who protect and serve our community!  We’re hosting lunch for our police and firemen on May 17, 2016 – Noon to 2:00pm.   We need “hosts and hostesses” to help serve lunch and thank the guys and gals who serve our community in this way.  We also need donations.  Canned drinks, bottled water, and monetary donations will be accepted at our May 10th meeting; thank you! 

Please click here to sign up to bring a donation or help serve

Comprehensive Plan – 2nd Public Meeting

UPDATE!!!

A second chance to update the Visual Preference Survey that we conducted at the meeting on November 10th.  We put it into Survey Monkey in hopes getting some additional responses.  I hate to bother you again, but could you send it out to your membership?  We can take responses until noon next Monday, December 14th, then we will have to close it in order to add any new responses to the results from the original meeting, and get the final results ready for presentation at the Community Design Workshop.  Here is the link:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CollegeParkVPS

While you’re at it, you can go ahead and send the link to the Community Survey!  I just received it from my colleague who was working on putting it into online format.  Here is the link:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/College_Park_Community_Survey

Thanks again for all of your help!

Lauren Blaszyk – lblaszyk@tcfatl.com

 

College Park Comprehensive Plan – 2nd Public meeting.

As you know, the City of College Park is in the process of reviewing the 20 year Comprehensive Plan.  Public involvement is a very important part of the process.

The second public input meeting – a Community Design Workshop – will take place next Tuesday, December 15 at 6 – 8PM at the GICC – Salon 8.  Below is a flyer with meeting details.  We want to make sure that we have a great turnout for this important meeting!

Lauren Blaszyk – lblaszyk@tcfatl.com

12.15.15 Public Meeting Flyer