UPDATE: THIS EVENT CAME AND WENT! TO LEARN WHAT HAPPENED AT THE MEETING, READ THE MEETING SUMMARY AT: https://parkwoodgardenclub.com/2011/03/25/recap-of-the-march-10-2011-neighborhood-meeting/
YOU CAN ALSO VIEW THE MEETING MINUTES AT:
The upcoming March 10 meeting of all Parkwood Garden Club residents promises to be an information-packed, interesting, and pivotal evening, so please plan to attend to find out what’s going on with the following agenda items:
- the general direction of future plans for Parkwood Park
- possible removal of the hollies at E Parkwood and W Ponce
- the proposal to landscape the traffic circle at East Lake and the Parkwoods
- the roles that yard debris & pet waste play in environmental stress & pollution
- the upcoming article in the Druid Hills News about our Park!
- investigation into possible 501(c)3 tax-exempt status of PGC
- before and after photos of all your hard work at the last 2 Cleanups
- a review of our Nov 4, 2010 meeting’s agenda in case you missed it
- a call for volunteers of all tricks and trades
Not only will the PGC be discussing all of this and getting feedback from residents who attend, but we also have the honor of hosting two guest speakers from the Georgia Forestry Commission (GFC):
Please welcome Susan Granbery, Urban and Community Forestry Coordinator, and Joe Burgess, Award-winning Community Forester Senior! Susan and Joe will give a presentation on invasive plants and their relationship to park environments and to native species. You won’t want to miss this opportunity to learn from the experts and to ask them any questions you may have about invasive plant removal!
This meeting will take place next Thursday, March 10 at 7 p.m.! Please come to the Church of the Epiphany at 2089 Ponce de Leon Ave NE on the corner of Ponce and East Lake. The parking lot entrance is on East Lake Drive.
For more information, please contact Park Committee Chair Sheri Kennedy at email@example.com or 404-377-8218.