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Many thanks to all of the Block Captains and their lovely significant others who could join us for our annual Block Captain dinner. June and Paul Bilgore were so generous to lend us their beautiful garden for the festivities. We were honored with representatives from our Council Office, LAPD, our local security companies, FilmLA and our local press. There was a delicious dinner, party favors, a raffle and a great speaker about emergency preparedness, Paul Bogatz. We will be posting scans and links of the information we updated and distributed at the party.
We have three new Block Captains but are looking for representatives for these blocks:
200 North Arden
600 South Windsor
600 South Arden
400 South Lorraine
200 South Lorraine
100 North Gower
400 South Westminster and
200 North Plymouth
Please let us know if you would be interested in helping or know someone who might be: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please plan to join us!
All Windsor Square Residents
Invited to Attend Windsor Square Association’s
Annual “Town Hall” Meeting
Residents of Windsor Square are invited to the Windsor Square Association annual “Town Hall” meeting at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, November 13th, 2014 at The Ebell, 743 South Lucerne Boulevard (between Wilshire and 8th).
Our meeting agenda will include a review of Association activities during 2014, block captains, public safety, land use issues and other community concerns and speeches by commanders of local police stations and other civic officials. Association Directors for 2015 will be elected and the 2014 Squeaky Wheel award will be presented to a neighbor whose efforts improved the quality of life in Windsor Square.
Our annual meeting is a good opportunity to meet, socialize and discuss issues of mutual concern with Association directors, block captains and other Windsor Square residents, and to meet with police officers, civic officials, private security companies and others who provide services to our neighborhood.
The Windsor Square Association promotes public safety, social welfare, community education and the quality of living for residents of 1,100 homes in Windsor Square, between Beverly Boulevard on the north and Wilshire Boulevard on the south, and between Arden Boulevard on the west and Van Ness Avenue on the east.
We look forward to seeing you there!