NOWS - Established August 2010
"The mission of the Neighbors of the Wood Streets is to reach out to each other collaboratively in order to achieve positive changes in our community. We have joined together to ensure that our neighborhood continues to be a safe, thriving, attractive, and united community for all who live, work, and play here. Our vision for the future is to maintain, support, and preserve its unique character and diverse historic nature. We value an inclusive community regardless of Race, Age, Socio-economic status, Sexual orientation, Physical disability, Homeowner/Renter status, or Length of residency."
NOWS Steering Committee:
Charles Slaughter, Chair
Anna Marie Soto, Co-Chair
Marjorie Barr, Treasurer
Cynthia Zdilor , Secretary
Debbie Blakemore, Outreach
Tara Glatzel/April Glatzel, Meet & Greet
Volunteer/Marketing - Anyone interested in this position please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking for a worthy cause to contribute your empty recyclables? NOWS gladly accepts your recyclable aluminum cans and plastic bottles. Remember to dump out all liquids and remove the plastic caps from the bottles. Separate cans from bottles and bring to the NOWS meetings. Leave the rest up to us!
KNOW THE HOT TOPICS! ATTEND A MEETING.
Our Upcoming Meeting Dates: NOWS meetings will continue to be the third Thursday of the ODD numbered months:
Guest Speakers for Sept. meeting:
- Carol McDoniel, Old Riverside Foundation (ORF) - Topics will include upcoming city projects and January event to ake place in the neighborhood.
- Jason Tarasi, Riverside Public Utilities (RPU) - Will share information about new incentives for purchasing water and energy efficient appliances and the new water restrictions due to the drought.
Guest Speaker for Nov. meeting:
- Cyndi Pardee, Mayors Commission on Aging
Regular Meetings always begin at 6:30 P.M. and are held at the RCC Alumni House.
You are always invited!
Come & find out, at The Neighbors Of the Wood Streets Monthly Meeting:
Riverside Community College Alumni House
3564 Ramona Drive
NOWS covers the 2,139 residents which comprise the Wood Streets.
Graduates of the RNP Leadership Academy
NOWS had two of its members graduated from the RNP Leadership Academy. Anna Maria Soto & Don Mc Leish
Congratulation to both of them.
Riverside County Transportation Commission | SR-91 Fast Forward Project
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