Monday, October 11, 2010

Neighborhood Harvest Festival

Neighborhood Harvest Festival

Free: Games, Prizes, Tons of Candy, Costume Contest

Food concession stand Nachos, Hot dogs, Chips and beverages.

Bake Sale lots of sweet goodies

Halloween Night, Oct 31st 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

1511 Lincoln Ave, Pomona, CA 91767
1/2 mile South of the 10 at the Claremont/Indian Hill exit
1/2 mile North of Holt at the Village at Indian Hill.

Sponsored by:

Friends of Montvue Elementary
Lincoln Ave Church
Lincoln Ave Neighborhood Watch Committee
Pomona North Weed & Seed

For additional information, please contact:

Mike Baltierra
Youth/Outreach Director
Lincoln Ave Community Church

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Images from Saturday's Event

Thank you to our friend Ren for putting together this great video of the sights and sounds of this weekend's Fall Spooktacular in Garfield Park.

And, a big thank you to all the people who contributed their time and talents to making this event such a success, including:

- Cal Poly Pomona student volunteers
- Community Life Commissioners
- Council Member Paula Lantz
- Lincoln Avenue Church
- Lincoln Avenue Neighborhood Watch
- Ms. Lois and her puppets from the Pomona Public Library
- NAMI of Pomona Valley
- Pomona Police Department's Crime Prevention Unit and Explorers
- Weed & Seed committee

And a couple hundred residents of our amazing city!

Friday, October 8, 2010

See you there!

What: Fall Spooktacular. Pumpkin give-away, carnival games, free hot dogs, prizes, and a dessert potluck.

When: Saturday, October 9 from 10am-2pm

Where: Garfield Park

Why: To have fun, meet neighbors, build community, learn about Neighborhood Watch efforts in Northeast Pomona, and get an update on the Garfield Park Community Center.

The event in sponsored by Pomona Police Department's Crime Prevention Unit and Weed & Seed North.

Friday, October 1, 2010

Area Commander Meeting: October 12

The next Area Commander Meeting is slated for Tuesday, October 12. Although this meeting will address issues in the Northeast area of the city, all residents are invited to attend. These meetings offer a wonderful opportunity for residents to discuss community safety with representatives from the police department.

The meeting will be on Tuesday, October 12 at St. Madeleine Catholic Church (931 E. Kingsley Ave) from 7-8:30 PM.