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September 8, 2010
Neighborhood Block Party September 19
The Sherwood Forest Neighborhood Association will host a Block Party Sunday, September 19 from 3-5pm on Kalmia Drive between the intersection of Wilmot, Duncan and Kalmia and Mimosa Road.
Folks are asked to bring a pot luck dish. Chicken wings will be provided along with utensils and ice. BYOB. The band Total Denial will be playing. Total Denial is a quartet of musicians/vocalists on guitar, upright bass and banjo and play a little bit of everything.
Also, we encourage everyone to visit the Belser Arboretum before the party as it will be open from 1–4pm.
Read more information at http://www.sherwoodforestneighbors.org/Article308.html
See Total Denial's FaceBook page at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Total-Denial/471761670724
A Sherwood Forest neighbor needs our help!
Beth Medlock, who lives on Mimosa Drive, recently had an accident that blinded her. Now she is trying to run her business and raise her child as a single parent while struggling with total blindness. Please go to the following link and read about her situation and how you can help. http://www.fundraiserforbethmedlock.com/.
Sherwood Forest Neighborhood Vehicle Stickers
The Neighborhood Association has vehicle stickers available to identify your vehicles as 'belonging' in the neighborhood. The City of Columbia police recommends using these so vehicles from outside of the neighborhood are more easily identified. The stickers are 3" x 3" and should be attached to the rear driver's side of the vehicle either on the window, trunk or bumper. Standard bumper-sticker style stickers are free. Static cling stickers for the inside of the rear window are available for $2. Stickers will be available at the block party or you can ontact Lewis Kirk at 787-3450 or firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange to get them.
City Council Hearing on Sherwood Forest's Request for CC1 Protection
City Council will hold a hearing on Sherwood Forest neighborhood's request to be covered by the CC1 Community Character Protection ordinance and entertain discussion of the overlay at a public zoning hearing on Wednesday, September 15, at 10am. A good showing of neighbors at the City Council zoning public hearing to support the overlay ordinance would be helpful.
Read more at http://www.sherwoodforestneighbors.org/Article302.html
Sherwood Forest will be conducting a membership drive going into 2011. If you would like to help us knock on doors, or simply talk to your neighbors about joining the association, let us know! SFNA has a welcome packet for you to use.
Contact Lewis Kirk at 787-3450 or email@example.com for more information.
Sherwood Forest Neighborhood Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, so dues are tax deductible! Please take a moment to download, print and fill out the Sherwood Forest Neighborhood Survey located on the neighborhood website, www.sherwoodforestneighbors.org. Please mail the form and your payment to our treasurer Rhett Bailey at 511 Kalmia Drive, Columbia, SC 29205. You may also fill out an online version of the survey and pay your dues online using PayPal with your credit card or bank account. Renewing members need not fill out the survey.
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