—— Forwarded Message
From: Jonathon Turlove
Date: Thu, 01 Mar 2007 14:24:44 -0800
To: Dear Neighborhood Association President/Vice President,
Conversation: Names Sought for Three Olympia Parks
Jonathon Turlove > email@example.com <
Senior Program Specialist
Olympia Parks, Arts & Recreation
222 Columbia St. NW
Olympia, WA 98501
The City of Olympia Parks, Arts and Recreation Department is seeking
suggestions for permanent names for three undeveloped parks:
1. A 37-acre neighborhood park/open space at 1500 Fir St NE between
Ethridge & Pine Avenues
2. A 4-acre future neighborhood park at 3111 21st Ave SE adjacent to
the Marie's Vineyard subdivision
3. A 2.32-acre future neighborhood park at 2415 Burbank Ave NW adjacent
to the Deer Run Apartments
The attached flyer has a map of all three park sites as well as all of
the information on how to submit suggestions. Please pass on this
information to your neighbors - this is a great way to play a small role
in Olympia's history. Thanks!
3 parks where name sought
This email and any response may be subject to public disclosure.
The next board meeting will be held on March 15 at 7 p.m. The tentative agenda includes a discussion of the neighborhood association’s goals for 2007.
All are welcome, not just board members! If you would like more information, or have a topic you would like discussed, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOW’S THE TIME TO SIGN UP
Reservations are now being taken for two-hour neighborhood wood chipping events.
Chipping events are open to groups of four or more single-family households that are on City of Olympia garbage service. The number of events is limited: first come, first served.
Contact Ron Jones at Olympia Waste Management, (360) 753-8509, email: email@example.com.
See the news release for more info.
Saturday, March 3, 9:00-Noon, Friendly Grove Park, 2316 Friendly Grove Road.
Olympia’s Volunteers in Parks program is seeking volunteers to help remove harmful exotic species from the edge of an important wetland at Friendly Grove Park. Here’s more information about this project and how to volunteer.
The City of Olympia is offering three Waterwise Gardening Classes in March. Gardening experts will teach you how to create and maintain a beautiful garden that uses less water and chemicals.
Three different classes will be held on March 13th, 20th and 27th. All classes run from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., and will take place at the Worthington Center, St. Martin’s University, 5300 Pacific Avenue SE. For more information please call Jim Rioux at (360) 753-8343 or visit the public works events website.
Each class costs $5.00 and Pre-registration is required,. Call Olympia Parks, Arts & Recreation at (360) 753-8380 to register.