June-July 2016 Newsletter

June-July 2016 Newsletter…

JunJuly2016-FrtPgYes, there was a hiatus due to unforeseen circumstances, but it is back…here is the June-July 2016 edition of The Suburban, the newsletter of the Suburban Acres Civic League.  All the news that is news for Suburban Park, Suburban Acres, and surrounding Wards Corner area plus neighborhood and community news and events.  Enjoy!

The November 2014 Suburban is here…click on the image to download the pdf version…

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Norfolk Collegiate middle schoolers’ Service Day supports new neighborhood gateway project…

Open houses and meetings to explain updated FEMA flood maps in November and December…

Veterans Day events and closings…

The Neighborhood Watch Report, CrimeView Statistics, Suburban Acres Green, Dr. Brad’s Wellness Column, and more…enjoy!

Join us for this month’s Suburban Acres Civic League meeting, Monday evening November 10.  DOORS OPEN HALF-HOUR EARLY THIS MONTH AT 5:30 PM FOR FLU SHOT CLINIC provided by the Wards Corner Farm Fresh Pharmacy (no cash up front-Farm Fresh will bill your insurance). Meeting starts at 6:30 pm. 

Our presentation this month is from Norfolk Fire-Rescue, and will highlight fire department operations in the city, and fire safety. 

Please bring a non-perishable food item donation for the annual Suburban Park Elementary Holiday Food Drive.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

October Edition of The Suburban

Please join us Monday evening October 13 for Suburban Acres Civic League general business meeting at Suburban Park Elementary School.  Doors open at 6 pm, the meeting starts at 6:30 pm.  Special refreshments this month with our fall-themed Crock Pot Cook-off, with prizes for the best crock pot cookery!  Our guest speaker is Suzanne Patrick, Democratic nominee for the 2nd Congressional District election on November 4th.

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Enjoy this month’s edition of The Suburban…

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Inside:

Voter information for the November 4th general election…

More Texas Streets properties bought by city, to be demolished…

Rear Admiral (retired) Fenton Priest was speaker at September SACL meeting…

Plus CrimeView crime status, Suburban Acres Green, Dr. Brad’s Wellness Column, and more neighborhood news and announcements.

September 2014 Newsletter & Meeting

WebFrtPgSeptember’s edition of The Suburban is here

-Updated city EARNNN year and progress report

-Senator Lynwood Lewis will hold Healthcare Town Hall Sept. 9

-Pictures from the August 23rd neighborhood picnic

Suburban Acres Green, CrimeView Stats, news, announcements, neighborhood calendar, and more!

Our meeting this month…Monday evening September 8th…we are back at Suburban Park Elementary.  Doors open at 6 pm for refreshments, and the meeting begins at 6:30 pm.

Our special guest is Fenton Priest from Eggleston Services.  Mr. Priest will speak about Eggleston Service’s  many retail operations that support employment of handicapped persons in Hampton Roads, and a new program at Eggleston’s Tanner’s Creek Garden Center that features plants used in wetland restoration.