Wed, June 8th, 2016 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM
Holy Cross Plumtree Road, Springfield, MA
On Wed., June 8th the EFPCA is holding the MONTHLY MEETING Starting at 6:30 PM in the St Michaels Cafeteria behind the Holy Cross Church Meeting Room, 221 Plumtree Road.
1. Guest Speaker: Dave Cotter, City of Springfield Code Enforcement and Ordinance.
2. Come and Congratulate our High School and Winner of the Denise Shea Memorial Scholarship Fund
3. Sign up for the Dog Walker Watch and EFP National Night out Committee.
4. Updates from Tim Allen on City Council meetings.
5. Plan East Forest Park “Get to Know Your Neighbors Day”.
6. Come and hear how you can make a difference in EFP? We are creating sub-committees to address quality of life in EFP and looking for input and volunteers.
The meeting is open to all resident. Come and get to “Know Your Neighbors”.
Thank you , Beth Hogan
Superintendent of Schools Daniel Warwick is scheduled to speak Wednesday, March 9th,before the East Forest Park Civic Association.
The meeting is at 6:30 – 7:30 p.m., Holy Cross Church Meeting Room , Plumtree Road, the Street behind the Holy Cross Church on Plumtree Road, Springfield. Superintendent Warwick will update the neighborhood on the state of the city’s schools and various successes.
This will be a kid friendly meeting with crafts sponsored by Kim Lee, Manager of PeoplesBank Sumner Ave Branch. For more information contact us at http://eastforestpark.us or East Forest Park residents can join East Forest Park Nextdoor https://eastforestparkspfld.nextdoor.com/news_feed/.
Community Police are coming to talk about our concerns on Wed., Oct. 7, at 6 PM in the Holy Cross Church Meeting Room. The exchange of information is helpful to both sides. Please join in our neighborhood’s discussion!
The Springfield Library Board has asked the EFPCA to hold
a SPECIAL EFP Library Meeting on Wed., August 19, 6:30.
Come, hear the choices of the Recommended Sites
and participate in the selection.
This special summer meeting will be held at the
Holy Cross Church Meeting Room, 221 Plumtree Road.
On Tues., Aug. 4, 6 – 8 PM at Dryden Memorial School on Surrey Road residents came to celebrate community!
Thank you for all the donations from our sponsors and all the help from volunteers who made this happen! We had burgers, hotdogs, cold water, snow cones, cotton candy, popcorn, and ice pops!
There were demonstrations by our police, firemen, state police, AMR and K-9 Unit.
Some came to hug and take a picture with our Community Safety Personnel.
They also came to enjoy that Photobooth, an Arcade on Wheels, a Shriner Clown, Face Painting, Balloon Art, and WMAS’s Robyn Lee! Our neighbors stayed to enjoy some great music by our band “Feel Good Drift”.
This year The Masons of Massachusetts partnering with the Massachusetts Crime Prevention Officers Association and the Massachusetts Dental Association all who contributed to A SPECIAL SAFETY FEATURE for YOUR CHILDREN: MYCHIP Resources. This FREE Program provided: A brief VIDEOTAPE interview of your child that can be quickly distributed to the media in order to reach a huge audience, FINGERPRINTING – a well-known means of identification. TOOTHPRINTS – A bite impression, quick and easy and like fingerprints, unique and gives both accurate and important information for identification purposes, and finally a CHEEK SWAB – a Q-tip is gently rubbed on the inside of a child’s cheek to gather DNA material. ALL this information is stored and READY for the FUTURE if needed.
Next year, stop by and see our many community vendors! Bring a beach chair or a blanket and enjoy your neighbors! See you there!
Please join us at our End of the Year Social!
East Forest Park Civic Association
Wed, Jun 10, 6:30 PM
Mayor Domenic Sarno
Patrick Sullivan, Director of Springfield Parks, Buildings and Recreation
and Tim Allen Ward 7 Councilor
Please come join us for some information, pizza, and fun
We will be announcing our 2015 EPFCA $500 Scholarship winner!
East Forest Park Community Night
Wed, Jun 17, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM , East Forest Park Library, Island Pond Road, Springfield, MA
* Social hour – 6:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. Coffee with our Cops – Sector H Police Officer Craig Staples, Sgt. John Delaney and Nextdoor Group Leaders! Learn more about the Partnership with the Spld. Police Dept .
* EFP Dog Walker and Human Watch. No dog No problem! … Training and Certification with Daniel Miller. Hampden Sherriff’s Dept.
* EFP National Night August 4th 2015 Out Kick Off Meeting. Sign up to volunteer.
Open to adults and activities for children. Refreshments will be provided by People’s Bank and Nathan Bill’s
See you then!!
Our May Meeting will feature Two Presentations:
Our new EFP LIBRARY by the Architect chosen by the Spr. Library Assoc.
and the New Parochial H S by Dr. Gagliarducci chosen by the Diocese of Spr.!
Join us at Holy Cross Church Meeting Room 221 Roosevelt Ave.
on Wed., MAY 13, 6:30 P.M.
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Come see what our East Forest Park neighbors are talking about. Join Nextdoor East Forest Park, the private website for our neighborhood. We’re using Nextdoor to make our neighborhood stronger and safer. We’ve used it to find lost pets, share babysitters, recommend local business, sell items and promote the “Good of East Forest Park”!
EVENT: Nathan Bill Park Renovation Announcement
DATE: Monday, October 6, 2014 at 10:45 a.m.
PLACE: Nathan Bill Park, Plumtree Rd. Springfield, MA
Congressman Richard E. Neal, Mayor Domenic J. Sarno Sarno, State Representative Angelo J. Puppolo Jr., and Park Chairman Brian Santaniello will be announcing a grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to renovate Nathan Bill Park in East Forest Park.
The grant is part of Mayor Sarno’ s commitment, along with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the Federal Government, to rebuild Springfield and make improvements in areas affected by the 2011 tornado.
The City, in conjunction with the East Forest Park Civic Association and area residents, developed a master plan for Nathan Bill Park.
Improvements will include new tennis courts, improved athletic fields, improvements to the existing playground and swings, a new splash pad, landscape improvements and improved parking. The project is out for public bid and construction will be completed by fall 2015.