The civic league’s December holiday party was a great success with a festive crowd of almost 100 neighbors. We were joined again this year by folks from the Wards Corner Civic League.
A number of our elected officials came by, including Virginia Delegate Jay Jones, Norfolk Sheriff Joe Baron, Mayor Kenny Alexander, Vice Mayor Martin Thomas, City Council Member Andria McClellan, Norfolk Public School Board Chair, Dr. Noelle Gabriel, and School Board members Lauren Campsen and Adale Martin. Ted Drake, representing Virginia Delegate Bob Bloxom, also joined us.
The Norfolk Public Schools Jazz Band provided the entertainment. Thanks to everyone who helped out, brought side dishes and desserts, and helped to eat all the great food!
More pictures from the party can be found here
Minutes from the meeting can be found here
The Suburban Acres Civic League will hold its annual holiday party at the December meeting and invites the Wards Corner Civic League to join us!!!
Please bring a side dish, appetizer, or dessert to share. The civic leagues will provide fried chicken and beverages. Entertainment by Norfolk Public Schools Jazz Band.
When: 6:00 pm, Monday, December 10, 2018
Where: Suburban Park Elementary School, 310 Thole Street
Check out the Pictures from last year’s party by clicking here
The SACL held its Adopt-a-Spot event on October 20th, 2018. Thanks to everyone that came out to help pick up trash from Suburban Park Elementary to the Tinee Giant along Thole Street. The weather was rather rotten, which understandably kept some folks away, but we still picked up a lot of trash. We are looking forward to the next Adopt-a-Spot event!
This weekend, don’t forget to come out and pitch in to clean up Suburban Acres!
Saturday, October 20, 2018, the Suburban Acres Civic League is hosting our Adopt-a-Spot event. Suburban Acres neighbors will gather to clean up trash in the areas of Suburban Park Elementary School and all the way down Thole St. to the Tinee Giant. Weather permitting, of course! We will meet at Suburban Park Elementary School at 9 AM.
Bring your friends and family and help keep your community clean in fellowship with your neighbors.
Our last Adopt-a-Spot in August was a success with great turnout! Let’s make this one another great success! The forecast calls for a beautiful, crisp, fall morning.
April 5th 2017
Students volunteering to clean up the neighborhood! Click here to see all the photos!
April 5, 2017 Day of Community Service
Volunteers reading to children at Suburban Park Elementary school. See more details in the May-June 2017 Newsletter.
Join your neighbors for the annual Independence Day Parade and Picnic…Decorate your bikes, wagon, car, scooter, pets, or spouse/better half and join the parade! There are door prizes, and parade prizes. If you’re a baker, bring a desert and compete in the annual bakeoff. Hot dogs, chips, and drinks are provided. We also have deejay Michael Harold on site spinning upbeat tunes. Everything is wrapped up by noon. Hope to see you there, or along the parade route!
Here’s the parade route (if you don’t live along the route, feel free to watch from 549 Carl Street/corner of Carl St. & Suburban Pkwy.):