Posted on November 13th, 2017

​On Wednesday November 22nd, the day before Thanksgiving, we'll be holding our annual LAPD Thanksgiving event to show community appreciation for the protection our officers provide to the community all year round. This is a gratifying opportunity to serve those who serve us all year long, often sacrificing family holidays and special occasions! It's also a great way for families and neighbors to meet our officers during a positive, social event! 

When:
Wednesday, November 22nd

Show your thanks by:
Preparing a dish (drop off by 3PM)
Setting up/ decorating 1 - 3 PM
Serving 3 - 6 PM
Clean up 6 - 7 PM

Where:
LAPD Pacific Division Community Police Station
Roll Call Room/ 2nd Floor
12312 Culver Blvd

​Sing Up online at: ​perfectpotluck.com or email us at officersthanksgiving@myneighbors.org


Posted on September 18th, 2017

Emergency Communications:
Our Phones are Out, Now What?


Thursday, October 12, 2017, 6:30-9pm

St. John’s Presbyterian Church,
11000 National Blvd at Military Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90034
Free Parking! Light Refreshments!
 
Recent hurricanes and major earthquakes highlight the importance of emergency communications. When such a disaster hits Los Angeles, our communications systems—cell phones, land lines, and Internet— likely will fail. Learn how to prepare so you can communicate with members of your immediate and extended family, neighbors, and disaster responders. There will be experts, demonstrations, and hands-on opportunities to try various methods of communications.  Plus: vendors and door prizes so you can add to your emergency preparedness supplies.
 
Participants: Adventure 16; AT&T; CERT (Citizens Emergency Response Team); LAFD-ACS (Auxiliary Communications Services); MVCC (Mar Vista Community Council); More Prepared; Palms Middle School; PepC (Palms Emergency Preparedness Coalition); The Surplus Store

Posted on June 8th, 2017

Thursday, July 6, 2107, 6:30-7:45pm  
Palms-Rancho Branch, LA Library
2920 Overland Avenue, LA 90064
Just north of National Blvd
Free parking!  Light refreshments!

Learn how to use what you have on hand, at home, or in your car, purse, or pockets to help you survive.  Disaster preparedness does not have to be complicated or cost a fortune.  See how you can convert everyday items such as cardboard, shoe laces, tin cans, and other simple stuff into what you need for sheltering or providing first aid in an emergency.  

Our guest speaker, Lorraine Curry, is CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) Coordinator for Battalion 13 and serves on LAPD’s Crisis Response Team.

​For more information, contact westsidevillagentp@gmail.com

Posted on February 9th, 2017

Hear from the Candidates and Ask Your Questions

FREE EVENT

​​WHEN
February 19, 2017
4 pm-6 pm

WHERE
Castle Heights Elementary School Auditorium
9755 Cattaraugus Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90034

CANDIDATES
Paul Koretz (Incumbent)
Jesse Creed
Mark Matthew Herd

QUESTIONS
Please email questions for the candidates to CD5Townhall@beverlywoodhoa.com

FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL
(310) 276-3463

​HOSTED BY
Beverlywood Homes Association
Cheviot Hills Home Owners’ Association
​California Country Club Homes Association

Posted on January 30th, 2017

YOU ARE INVITED TO THE
WESTSIDE VILLAGE HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION
2017 ANNUAL MEETING

 
Thursday, February 16, 2017
6:00 – 8:30PM
St. John’s Presbyterian Church, Community Room
Southwest corner of National and Military
 
All Westside Village residents welcome.
Refreshments will be served. 
 
Program:
 
6:00PM  Registration, dessert and coffee
 
6:30PM  Business Meeting
Reports by President and Treasurer and Election of Officers and Directors

7:15PM City Council Meet & Greet
Meet and talk to your City Council candidates running in the March 7 election

8:30PM Close meeting





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