Pigeons in Reseda Park, by Ken Erbeznik
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Reseda Neighborhood Council Meetings & Happenings
Monday, October 20, 2014
Reseda Neighborhood Council General Meeting
City Councilman Bob Blumenfield’s District Office
19040 Vanowen St.
Here’s Monday’s agenda <—click
Our website continues to have new and updated information about YOUR Reseda community. This week, the latest Special Edition of SHOPRESEDA Card and Spend $25 on the 25th specials at about 200 Reseda Locations was posted. Also the Reseda Business Directory has been updated and has lots of information to help you shop in Reseda.
A special thank you to all of our gracious hosts for our various meetings, including American Legion Hall, Aura’s Restaurant, Cleveland High School, Continental Art Supplies, Reseda Park Rec Center, St. Catherine of Siena School and Parish Auditorium, VEDC Business Source Center, City Councilman Bob Blumenfield’s District Office, West Valley LAPD Station, Athenian Grill, West Valley Public Library and more locations to come.
ELECTION TO FILL VACANT RESEDA NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL BOARD SEAT *POSTPONED* UNTIL DECEMBER 1ST
Phil Merlin, a founding member and the longest serving Reseda Neighborhood Council Board Member, has resigned his position on the Board.
be held on December 1, 2014 to fill the vacant seat.
NOTE: Although this election was originally scheduled for October 20, 2014, an interpretation of the bylaws prohibited the election from taking place until the December 1st meeting. We apologize for any confusion.
The vacancy is an At-Large Stakeholder seat and that means that anyone that fits the description of stakeholder is eligible. A stakeholder is one that lives, work, owns property or business or participates on a regular basis in an organization within the Reseda Neighborhood Council Boundaries.
If YOU have an interest in the future of Reseda, YOU might be the right person to join the Reseda NC Board!
RESEDA HIGH SCHOOL ROBOTICS COMPETITION THIS WEEKEND
Award winning Reseda High School Robotics Club is competing at the “Clash in the Canyon” Robotics Competition at Viewpoint High School on Saturday, October 18, 2014, Viewpoint School, 23620 Mulholland Highway, Calabasas, California. The competition will run between 9:00 AM and 5:30 PM.
Spectators of all ages won’t believe their eyes as they watch the robots that are completely designed and built by students, compete and perform against each other in the competition.
Watch and support the award-winning Reseda High Robotics team compete against other schools and teams from around California. The competition is based on the VEX Educational Robotic Design System.
This event is free and open to the public. Don’t pass up the chance to learn about the exciting world of high school competitive robotics.
‘FOUND LA’: WALKING TOUR OF RESEDA THIS SUNDAY
This Sunday: a Reseda walking tour as part of the annual Found LA: Festival of Neighborhoods.
The tour will begin behind Magnolia Science Academy at 11am. It will be a total of a little over 3 miles round trip and last around a couple of hours and change. We’ll be talking about the arts renaissance, some of our great restaurants, the great streets initiative, the amazing community involvement, the latest news on forthcoming redevelopment, and plenty of other stories along the way. The farthest point from the start will be a walk out to the confluence of the Aliso Creek and LA River for a talk about Reseda’s next great Park.
here’s the link to share and to sign up
THREE RESEDA ESTABLISHMENTS HONORED WITH COMMUNITY CHOICE AWARDS BY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
The West Valley-Warner Center Chamber of Commerce hosted it’s 2nd Community Choice Awards luncheon this week where they honored the community commitment of three Reseda institutions: The Bridge Bible Fellowship, Magnolia Science Academy and the Jewish Home for the Aging.
Congratulations to our neighbors and we thank them for their ongoing commitment to our community!
RESEDA STUDIO TOUR SHOWCASED IN THE DAILY NEWS
Check out this great feature from the Daily News on the upcoming Reseda Studio Tour on November 1. http://www.dailynews.com/arts-and-entertainment/20141013/reseda-studio-tour-to-celebrate-local-artists
Tickets for the Reseda Studio Tour are on sale now! For a $10 donation to Arts in Education Aid Council, tour goers will get a map with the studios on it and a wrist band for discounts for lunch at some of Reseda’s best restaurants! http://www.eventbrite.com/e/reseda-studio-tour-tickets-13425057709?aff=eivtefrnd
SHEETS & BLANKETS NEEDED AT AMERICAN LEGION POST 338
The American Legion continues to work on emergency preparedness. In the event of a major disaster, many things are needed to protect and serve our stakeholders.
In pursuit of this goal, American Legion Post 338 is asking you to check your closets for old sheets and blankets that you can donate for this purpose.
The old sheets can be used to make bandages and slings for the injured. The blankets can be used to help prevent shock and if the disaster hits during the colder months to keep those affected warm. Call the Post at 818-344-3800 to arrange drop of these items.
ARE YOU ON NEXTDOOR.COM YET?
Check out the recent article in the LA Times “Nextdoor, A Free Social Network Site, Links Neighbor to Neighbor”