Location: Lake Grove Elementary School Library
Date: Nov. 12, 2014
Our plan to help Waluga Park is well underway. We have stopped the attack on our trees in about half the acreage, but now we need to finish the rest of the park. English Ivy is creeping up most of the park’s majestic trees and without help, many of them will die.
Friends of Waluga Park is sponsoring regular work parties to “Free the Trees!” We will cut the ivy growing around the base of the trunks. This will give the trees a fighting chance until the City of Lake Oswego can properly treat the park.
Please come to the work party on Saturday, Oct. 25th from 9:30am to noon. You will need to wear sturdy shoes, long pants and long sleeves. Rubberized garden gloves are recommended.
Please bring the following tools if you have them:
- Hand Saw (no power tools or herbicides)
We will meet in the East Waluga Park parking lot near the covered picnic shelter, rain or shine! See the difference that you can make in just a few hours!
Questions? Please contact Will Mahoney-Watson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You are cordially invited you to the Waluga Neighborhood annual general meeting!!
Please mark your calendars for Wednesday, October 8th at 7 p.m. for an hour and a half of neighborhood happenings and ice cream!
“Our Neighborhood Character is Changing”
Come and hear about the latest projects that will impact the livability of Waluga Neighborhood. Learn from representatives of the Boones Ferry Refinement project while trying to envision a more pedestrian friendly “main” street. We will also welcome our newest business neighbor, The Parkview Veterinarian Hospital, by hearing from it’s owner, Gregg Takashima.
A new slate of officers for the election of board members and board members-at-large for 2014-15 will be presented. Please consider getting more involved with your neighborhood association by serving on our board.
Our meeting will begin at 7 p.m. and will be held at Lake Grove Elementary School Library.
Picnic in the Park
The Waluga Neighborhood Association’s fifth annual neighborhood picnic was a lot of fun. Many volunteers came together to provide food and an opportunity to learn CPR anytime and get up-close with the Lake Oswego Fire Department. Many thanks to our sponsors and guests!
Date: Wednesday, May 29, 2014