Emergency Preparedness Meeting – March 16, 2016

Location: Lake Grove Elementary School Library
Date: Wednesday, March 16, 2016
Time: 7 – 8:45pm

Agenda

This month’s meeting speaker will be Janis Baumbach. She will be presenting several topics on how to “Simplify Your Emergency Preparedness”. Janis has lots of experience with camping/backpacking and survival techniques that she will share with us in a practical and easy and economical way. She will also bring some show and tell equipment and tools for demonstration.

Please invite and encourage your E.P. neighbors on your street, area, apartment and condo complex to attend. There will be plenty of room for more people in then school library. 

“Free the Trees” in West Waluga Park – March 5, 2016

Ivy PullersOur last ivy pull in West Waluga was a huge success. Now we’re moving onto the northwest corner of the park. It’s on a hillside, so be sure to wear good hiking shoes.

Saturday March 5th, 2016

Join Friends of Waluga Park as we tackle the creeping ivy and invasive species in this expansive park.  Blue herons, eagles, raccoons and deer are just a few of the species that have been seen in the park… who knows what you may see!

Please wear shoes that are good for uneven ground, and bring gloves and water to drink. Loppers and clippers are also helpful. Small children and pets are not recommended.

Children under 18 must have a parent or guardian sign the Volunteer Release.

We’ll meet at the West Waluga parking lot. Stay as long as you like. Please help “Free the Trees!

Questions? Email: info@waluganeighborhood.org

Douglas Way Night Walk – Jan 27

Streetlight Assessment

Wed. Jan. 27, 2016, 7-7:30pm

The Waluga Neighborhood Association is concerned for the safety of school-children and pedestrians walking on Douglas Way at night.

To assess the need for street lighting, we’re asking you to join us on a walk along Douglas Way. Your comments and suggestions are welcome!

Here is the current situation on Douglas Way:

Comparison of West and East Douglas Way. The east side is much darker.

Meet at the Lake Grove Elementary School entrance at 7pm, rain or shine!

Can’t make it? Please let us know your thoughts and concerns regarding the existing lighting or the proposed Neighborhood Enhancement Project.

Email: info@waluganeighborhood.org

 

“Free the Trees” in West Waluga Park – Feb. 20, 2016

We’ve completed the initial treatment of East Waluga Park and are moving onto our neighbor, West Waluga Park.

Saturday Feb. 20th, 2016

Join Friends of Waluga Park as we tackle the creeping ivy and invasive species in this expansive park.  Blue herons, eagles, raccoons and deer are just a few of the species that have been seen in the park… who knows what you may see!

Please wear shoes that are good for uneven ground, and bring gloves and water to drink. Loppers and clippers are also helpful. Small children and pets are not recommended.

We’ll meet at the West Waluga parking lot. Stay as long as you like. Please help “Free the Trees!

Questions? Email: info@waluganeighborhood.org