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State of the Neighborhood Meeting – Nov 16 Thur

State of the Neighborhood Meeting – Nov 16 Thur

November 16, Thursday 7 to 8:30 pm Central Lutheran Church 1000 Easton Rd. between Lake Gardens and Vinemont Gather, network, and hear the inside scoops on neighborhood news. Enjoy a variety of refreshments and beverages. Featured speaker: Shawndrea Smith of the City of Dallas Zero Waste Team Meet acting commander of the Dallas Police Dept. Northeast Division, Major Avery L. Moore (tentative), and Kevin Kelly, VIP coordinator for the Dallas Police Dept. Elect officers and assign committee leaders for 2018. See…

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Will YOU be an Eastwood Officer or Chair for 2018?

Will YOU be an Eastwood Officer or Chair for 2018?

The current Eastwood Board of Directors has nominated the following slate of officers for election at the State of the Neighborhood Meeting on Thur. Nov. 16: President – Jud Human Vice President – open Secretary – Annie O’Kelly Co-Treasurers – Justin & Heather Bolner Are you passionate about improving Playground Park? Or a traffic issue such as slowing traffic on Creekmere? Or creating a book on Eastwood’s history? Running for vice-president is a perfect way to make it a reality….

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What’s Your Vision for Playground Park?

What’s Your Vision for Playground Park?

About a decade ago, Eastwood Neighborhood Association volunteers took on the mega task of rehabilitating the space at Sylvania/Lippitt and Sinclair that we now call Playground Park. Studies, plans, procedures, committees, permits, fundraising — it was a lot of work! But aren’t we all grateful they persisted? Read more about the creation of Playground Park. It’s time for leadership to arise again and improve our beloved park space. Many parents have expressed a need for playground equipment more appealing to…

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Welcome to Eastwood

Welcome to Eastwood

*Mike Cammon & Kylie Kagen *Lisa Clayton & Janet Price *Lance & Melissa Slippen *Katrina & Wayne Taylor * Join Us! Eastwood Neighborhood Association is an all-volunteer, not-for-profit organization. We do not issue mandates or enforce property usage, asking only that residents adhere to city regulations. ENA asks for your voluntary dues of $20 each spring. But we’re happy to accept your membership at anytime and are grateful for additional donations to our projects.

Welcome to Eastwood

Welcome to Eastwood

* Chad & Sara Bauer * Henry W. Bramblett, III * Heather & Joel Christian * Kendal Eastland * James Horsnall * Bridget Proctor * Kris Ryan * Blake & Jamie Soileau * Susan Tarpley * Join Us! Eastwood Neighborhood Association is an all-volunteer, not-for-profit organization. We do not issue mandates or enforce property usage, asking only that residents adhere to city regulations. ENA asks for your voluntary dues of $20 each spring. But we’re happy to accept your membership…

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Arborists’ report on the Peavy landmark tree

Arborists’ report on the Peavy landmark tree

by Amy Martin Eastwood Riparian Committee The landmark tree at Peavy and Lake Highlands, often referred to as the “Indian marker tree,” was visited by two of Dallas’ top arborists after being vandalized. The gist of their reports is: The tree lost around 50% of its canopy. Not much leafage left to support the rest of the tree. But it should be able to make it. The tree has been sinking steadily for the past several years. See photos below….

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Renew your dues – or become a member – of Eastwood Neighborhood Association

Renew your dues – or become a member – of Eastwood Neighborhood Association

Neighbors, It’s the time of year when the Eastwood Neighborhood Association asks you to join us. The ENA is a voluntary organization made up of neighbors like you. Your annual dues of $20 help to keep Eastwood safe, beautiful and fun. Like the Volunteers in Patrol (VIP) who check the streets and alleys three times daily. If your garage door was left open or your Amazon package visible to thieves, they let you know! Your donations enable the many social functions that…

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