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WWPNA Annual Meeting 4/24 WSCC Auction 5/1

1. You are invited - Alameda Station construction / Neighborhood influence - April 24 7PM

2. WWPNA Board elections - April 24

3. WSCC SILENT AUCTION - May 1st 6-8PM

4. Free Mulch Giveaway & Compost Sale - May 3

5. Second Alley Rally! - May 17th

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1. You are invited - Annual Meeting - Alameda Station construction / Neighborhood influence 4/24

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You’re Invited to Attend - Annual WWPNA Meeting
Denver Design Center, 4/24, 7PM

Topics to Include;

What is happening at Alameda Station?

Navigating around the construction detours at Alameda Station is sure to raise the question "What is going on at Alameda Station?" Trafficc lanes on Broadway have blocked and the heavy construction equipment is the fascination of all young children. Parts of buildings have disappeared. Internal Alameda Station streets and safety fences shift around like the staircases in a Harry Potter movie.

Dumpster Removal: How/what can neighbors do to influence Denver government actions?
"Why isn’t WWPNA fighting dumpster removal?"

Councilman Chris Nevitt will be on hand to discuss neighborhood involvement in City decisions. He will discuss and answer questions about how residents can most efectively engage with the City to influence decisions that afect our lives.

DIRECTIONS TO DENVER DESIGN CENTER: 595 S. BROADWAY.

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Annual Meeting 4/24 - What's happening at Alameda Station?

1. You are invited - Alameda Station construction / Neighborhood influence - 4/24

2. WWPNA Board elections - 4/24

3. Free Mulch Giveaway & Compost Sale - May 3

4. Second Alley Rally! May 17th

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1. You are invited - Annual Meeting - Alameda Station construction / Neighborhood influence 4/24

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You’re Invited to Attend - Annual WWPNA Meeting
Denver Design Center, 4/24, 7PM

Topics to Include;

What is happening at Alameda Station?

Navigating around the construction detours at Alameda Station is sure to raise the question "What is going on at Alameda Station?" Trafficc lanes on Broadway have blocked and the heavy construction equipment is the fascination of all young children. Parts of buildings have disappeared. Internal Alameda Station streets and safety fences shift around like the staircases in a Harry Potter movie.

Dumpster Removal: How/what can neighbors do to influence Denver government actions?
"Why isn’t WWPNA fighting dumpster removal?"

Councilman Chris Nevitt will be on hand to discuss neighborhood involvement in City decisions. He will discuss and answer questions about how residents can most efectively engage with the City to influence decisions that afect our lives.

DIRECTIONS TO DENVER DESIGN CENTER: 595 S. BROADWAY.

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From Cmn Nevitt: Meeting on Alcohol-Related Issues in Washington Park

Community Meeting to Address Escalating
Alcohol-Related Issues in Washington Park:

Wednesday, April 9
6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Denver Baha’i Center, 225 East Bayaud Avenue

Please join Councilman Chris Nevitt, the West Washington Park Neighborhood Association, and Denver Parks & Recreation for a community meeting on alcohol restrictions and enforcement in Washington Park. After several years of dramatically escalating alcohol issues, restrictions are being proposed as a pro-active measure before we reach the peak of summer activity and pressure on the park and surrounding community.

At the meeting, Denver Parks & Recreation will present various options for alcohol restrictions and enforcement. This is in response to an increasing number and severity of complaints and concerns from park users and nearby residents, as well as a request from Councilman Nevitt for an alcohol ban. These complaints range from lewd or disruptive conduct, litter throughout the park and in neighborhoods, public urination, illegal parking blocking driveways, alleys, and sidewalks, loitering and defecation in alleys, and other deleterious quality-of-life issues - all stemming from the over-consumption of both legal and illegal alcohol in Washington Park.

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Colorado Gives Day - Dec. 10th.

1. Colorado Gives Day - Tues, Dec. 10th

2. DPS New Quality School Process - Wed., Dec. 11th, 5:30-6:30PM

3. Tidbits of news from DPD

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1. Colorado Gives Day - Tues, Dec. 10th

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Today, Tuesday December 10 is Colorado Gives Day, 24 hours of online giving presented by the Community First Foundation and FirstBank.

• One important reason to give on December 10 is because First Bank will supplement your gift through their Incentive Fund!

• One important reason to select the Washington Street Community Center as the recipient of your donation is because of our commitment of service to the community including quality affordable preschool, before and after school care, programs for seniors (including meals, fitness classes and educational opportunities), facilities rentals at greatly reduced rates, special events, and more.

• This has been a year full of changes and challenges at WSCC. With the loss of Mile High United Way funding, and additional building maintenance costs associated with the fact that we now own this facility, your support is more important now than ever.

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December Board Meeting tonight / WSCC and Colorado Gives Day

1. WWPNA Board Meeting - Dec. 3rd, 6:30PM

2. Colorado Gives Day, Dec. 10 - Washington Street Community Center (WSCC)

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1. WWPNA Board Meeting - Tues, Dec. 3rd, 6:30PM

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The December meeting of WWPNA begins at 6:30PM. The meeting will be held at the Washington Street Community Center, 809 South Washington. Please note that Board meetings are typically held on the first Tuesday of the month.

Our guest tonight is scheduled to be Davita Bruce to discuss progress at Byers.

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2. Colorado Gives Day, Dec. 10 - Washington Street Community Center (WSCC)

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Tuesday December 10 is Colorado Gives Day, 24 hours of online giving. Presented by Community First Foundation and FirstBank, CO Gives Day in an initiative to increase philanthropy in Colorado through online giving.

This has been a year full of changes and challenges at WSCC. With the loss of Mile High United Way funding, and additional building maintenance costs associated with the fact that we now own this facility, we are counting on the support of our friends to help us continue to fulfill our mission of service to the community including our quality affordable preschool, before and after school care, programs for seniors, facilities rentals at greatly reduced rates, and more.

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