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SHERWOOD FOREST CRIER
December 1, 2016
Twelfth Night Adult Post Holiday Party
The Sherwood Forest Neighborhood Association’s annual post-holiday adult drop-in is set for 6-10pm on Friday, January 6th at Regina Monteith’s, 530 Kilbourne Rd (behind the Piggly Wiggly). Regina has again graciously agreed to host our annual 12th Night party at her beautiful and historic home, the original 1920’s home of W. Gordon Belser, known as Bloomwood!
The association will provide a HoneyBaked ham, beer, wine and soft drinks. We ask if you can come that you bring a side dish, snack or dessert. We could use some volunteers to help with the setup and/or cleanup.
Please RSVP to Kathy Swanson at 803-787-0963 or firstname.lastname@example.org, and let her know what you can bring and if you can help with setup and/or cleanup.
This event has always been lots of fun and a great opportunity to share gossip with and get to know your neighbors.
Sherwood Forest Neighborhood Association General Meeting
The next general meeting of the Sherwood Forest Neighborhood Association is scheduled for Tuesday, February 21 at the Sherwood Forest Presbyterian Church on the corner of Wilmot Avenue and Beltline Boulevard. The regular meeting date of the second Tuesday of the second month of each quarter falls on Valentines Day!
SFNA Adopt-A-Highway Clean Up
Saturday, February 4, 10am-12pm
Mark your calendars. More info to come!
A number of our sister neighborhoods are reporting problems with FedEx, UPS, and USPS packages being stolen when they are left by the front door. As the holiday season approaches this problem may increase. Please be alert to persons in the neighborhood. Arrange to have your packages delivered to your office or someone who will be at home at the time of delivery. Report any thefts to our neighborhood PACE Officer Kevin Schmidt at 315-9143 or the City of Columbia Police Department at 252-2911.
More Holiday Safety Tips...
Recycle Used Cooking Oil!
Deep fried turkey is a delight during the holidays, but disposing of the leftover oil is always a challenge. Residents can recycle used cooking oil through the City’s Southern Fried Fuels program.
Residents can drop off used cooking oil for recycling at the Public Works Facility and Fire Station 16 Monday-Friday from 8:30-5.
When used cooking oil is poured down the sink, it can cause blockages in the sanitary sewer system which can cost $1.5 million and 4,500 staff hours a year.
Join the Sherwood Forest Neighborhood Association
Dues are only $20 and are due in January. Take advantage of our early bird special and pay your dues now online, or mail a check to Henry Nechemias, 4 Robin Hood Ct., Columbia, SC 29205 and you will be paid up for 2017!
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