Events in October

Happy October neighbors.  Make sure to check to check out the latest WCHA Newsletter, the award winning Willmore Enterprise:   http://willmorecity.org/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/October-2012.pdf.   Send your address information to  neighbors@willmorecity.org and we will send you a copy of next months Willmore Enterprise in the mail.

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Monthly Meeting:  An Evening with Larry Rich, City of Long Beach Sustainability Coordinator

Please join the WCHA for a fascinating lecture by Larry Rich, City of Long Beach, Sustainability Coordinator. Ever wondered why Spring is named Spring? What’s un-derneath Signal Hill? Do you know where Willow Gulch is and what is has to do with our history? Larry can an-swer all these questions and more. Working for the City since 1991, Larry has a BA in Geography with an emphasis in Urban and Regional Studies.

We will also give an update on current neighborhood projects and those in attendance can participate in an opportunity drawing.  This month’s prizes include 1-dozen eggs from the Happy Chickens of Daisy Avenue (Fear, Daisy, Wilma, Virginia,  and Magi) and a  $50 gift card to Domenico’s Italian Restaurant in Belmont Shore.  Must be present to be awarded the prize.

PLACE:  Drake Park Community Center

Drake Park – 951 North Park Circle, Long Beach, CA 90813

DATE:  Tuesday, October 16, 2012

TIME: 7:00pm 8:30pm

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Next Code Enforcement Meeting in DECEMBER

This meeting gives neighbors a platform to report code violations they observe occurring in the Willmore City / Drake Park Historic District and the West End neighborhoods with a City of Long Beach Code Enforcement representative.  To learn more about the City’s Code Enforcement program, Neighborhood Services Bureau visit www.longbeach.gov/cd/neighborhood_services

NOTE:  The Code Enforcement Meeting is now scheduled for every THREE MONTHS (March, June, September, and December), instead of monthly.

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The Future of Long Beach Discussion Series

AIA and Long Beach Heritage are excited to announce a Discussion Series on “The Future of Long Beach”.  Their first topic is, “What are the possibilities Pine Avenue and Ocean Boulevard?”.  Please join them on Monday, October 22 at 7pm at the Aquarium of the Pacific.  Tickets are $5 and are available by advance purchase only at http://www.aialb-sb.org/events/. More info can be found at the AIA website, on the attached flyer, or on Facebook, including more about our speakers!
PLACE: Aquarium of the Pacific
100 Aquarium Way 90802
DATE: Wednesday, October 24, 2012
TIME: 7:00pm
RSVP by Monday, October 22, 2012

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