It was a great meeting on February 9th! Thanks everyone for attending! Information was shared, new by-law changes were approved, two LRNA members volunteered to sit on the Board, there was plenty of great discussion… and all the spud nuts were consumed! Thanks also to Andrew Malcolm for his presentation on the London Road Area Redevelopment Plan. It was very informative and it is great to know that the plan is almost completed (95%!). We will keep you updated on the status of this plan as it happens – on this page, in our Spring Newsletter (The Gazette) and on Facebook!
If you have concerns or questions and would like to attend our monthly Board meetings please email email@example.com or call 403.942.3670 and let us know. We welcome all London Road residents, Board members, neighbouring association members, absentee landowners and people who bring cookies. AND…if you would like to sit on our Board – please let us know as there are openings at this time. It is THE place to be if you are passionate about your neighbourhood, have cares or concerns – or just want to meet some nice people!
Thanks again all….and HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY LONDON ROAD! It IS a lovely place to live!
REMINDER: Special LRNA Meeting – February 9, 2017 6:30 pm at the Lethbridge Library (downstairs in the Theatre Gallery). Vote for By-law changes, find out about the progress of the Area Redevelopment Plan, become a member of the Board and… there are FREE refreshments! Everyone is welcome!
2017 LRNA Bylaws Proposal
Please check out the revisions to the LRNA Bylaws (attached). The major changes are underlined in this document. These revisions will be reviewed and presented to the community for approval at the Special Bylaws Meeting (February 9, 2017 at the Lethbridge Public Library (Main Branch) at 6:30 pm in the Theatre Gallery (lower level). All London Road neighbours are invited and welcomed. There will be refreshments served. Thank you in advance.
London Road Neighbourhood Association
Special Meeting Notice
Please join the LRNA on
Thursday, February 9, 2017
6:30 to 9 p.m.
Lethbridge Public Library, Downtown—Theatre Gallery
- To discuss a Special Resolution on the LRNA BYLAWS and
- A Presentation on Association Membership, and the LRNA Area Redevelopment Plan
For further Information please contact us by
E-mail at: more@londonRoad.org or Call: 403-942-3670
REFRESHMENTS SERVED…PLEASE TELL YOU NEIGHBOURS!
THURSDAY FEBRUARY 9, 2017 at 6:30 PM
LONDON ROAD RESIDENTS are invited to a special meeting to be held at the LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC LIBRARY (theatre gallery in the basement) on Thursday, FEBRUARY 9, 2017 at 6:30 pm to 9 pm to discuss a special resolution on the LRNA BY-LAWS. Other discussion topics will include MEMBERSHIP and the London Road AREA REDEVELOPMENT PLAN!
…AND there will be delicious refreshments served!
The London Road Neighbourhood Association wishes you (and yours) a safe, happy, warm and wonderful holiday! May it be ever so Merry and Bright!
The London Road Neighbourhood Association was able to bundle up THREE ‘Stockings of Hope’ Christmas ‘hampers’ this year. Twelve people will have a much happier Christmas this year thanks to your generous donations at the Annandale Christmas Tour! Thank You Lethbridge!… and Thank You Garfield and Diane for opening your home to the hordes! Oh What Fun it was though! Merry Christmas to all!
Kate Connolly (Event Committee Chair) and Joe Grysczuk (LRNA President) happily hold up a cheque for $379.85 for the Lethbridge Food Bank. This cheque has been delivered to the food bank – along with 6 bags of non-perishable food! The money was raised at the Bright Lights Festival at Galt Gardens on November and the food was donated at the Annandale Christmas House Tour last weekend! Thank you ALL for your donation!
Would you like to help someone this year and at the same time enjoy a cup of hot chocolate, eat a delicious christmas cookie and be well… Awed? Well – the LRNA has a great opportunity for you! Come and tour the Lethbridge Christmas House (historic Annandale 1280 4 Ave S) on Friday, December 2nd or Saturday, December 3rd between 6 and 8 pm. The owners will give you a guided tour and while you are delighting in the two train sets and ooohing over the 7 Christmas trees inside and sipping and munching away you can be warmed by the knowledge that your $5 donation will help make a needy neighbourhood family’s Christmas Day both magical and wondrous!