E.F.P Dog Walker Watch

WHAT IS DOG WALKER WATCH?
According to the Humane Society of the United States and the ASPCA, there are over seventy five million dog owners across the nation. That’s dozens, if not hundreds, of neighbors walking their dog throughout the community at all times of the day, all days of the week, in all weather conditions, who are often preoccupied with texting, chatting, emailing and listening to music. Dog Walker Watch encourages these neighbors to assist local law enforcement as extra eyes and ears while out walking their dog. The program enhances the partnership between police and community while providing resources for neighbors to be more aware and how to effectively observe and report suspicious activity.

Come and Make a Difference in Your Community

Join the East Forest Park Civic Association!

~ Come and Make a Difference in Your Community ~

Congrats to our EFP Nextdoor Neighbor.EFP Nextdoor is approaching 2000 members and is the largest group in the area.

Great job to everyone for supporting Nextdoor and EFP!   

Thank you all for making a difference and caring about our wonderful Neighborhood and Residents. The goal of the East Forest Park Civic Association is to improve the quality of life of our residents by addressing neighborhood issues and concerns. Joining the association allows you to vote on important matters affecting our community such as: zoning changes, business development, liquor licenses, etc., and really makes a difference in the community where you live.                                                               

Among the many things, your membership fee will go toward are printing and mailing costs, annual awards for outstanding local businesses, maintaining our website, Holiday Tree Lighting and more. Our Meetings are held on the second Wednesday of every month at 6:30 PM in the Meeting Room at St. Michael’s Academy, right behind Holy Cross Church at 221 Plumtree Road until our new library opens!

The meetings are the ideal way to learn what is going on in our neighborhood while getting to know your neighbors and local business owners.

The EFP Board of Directors are all volunteers who live in EFP! We are seeking new members, committee members and volunteers who want to make a difference in our community. We are looking for people who are interested in volunteering in EFP.

For more information come to our Meeting on 11/14 and speak to our board or message me. We can do this alone and need you! Annual Resident Membership Annual Business Membership 9/2018-8/2019 New and Renewed Membership $10 Business Membership $25

Thank you, Membership forms can be found online at: https://eastforestpark.us/ https://www.facebook.com/search/top/?q=east%20forest%20park%20civic%20association Hope you can come join us!

You

Thanks, Beth Hogan

East Forest Park October Neighborhood Meeting!

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East Forest Park Neighborhood Meeting 11/14 6:30 PM ( note location change of meeting).Take a PEEK at our NEW LIBRARY

Please join the East Forest Park Civic Assoc at our monthly meeting on 11/14 at St Michael’s, Plumtree Road in the Cafeteria.

The meeting starts at 6:30 P.M.

Take a PEEK at our NEW LIBRARY! Presentation sponsored by the Springfield Library Steering Committee.

Ward 7 City Councilor Tim Allen will be present. He will be discussing: Armster Reclaimed Lumber and Updates on Recent Break-ins

Looking for volunteers fro the EFP Tree Lighting at Nathan Bill Park.

This is open to the public and for all residents.

See you then!

Thanks–

Beth Hogan,

President, EFPCA