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I am interested in special activities that take place in the local community. Activities such as concerts, rallies, scholarships, volunteerism. Just want to make some new friends and see things from a different perspective in the coming new year.
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Browsing in an attempt to find the tree lighting ceremony at Crenshaw Mall
Good times at:
Taste of Soul, Labor Day Weekend Music Concerts, MLK Celebrations and Parade After Parties. Marla Gibbs Theatre for plays, attended Elephant Bar and other little jazz bar there. Just browsing in Leimert Park.
Last song I heard or I sang:
Last song I sang: Luther Vandross - Creepin
My Leimert Park Secret:
The little novelty store owned by a woman that has all kinds of interesting finds. Like to go there for friends birthdays for mugs, pictures, stuff like that. Lucy Florence is fun too.
Not currently in club by an avid book reader.
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I send out community news to all the block clubs and neighbors regarding issues, events and city council notifications. Please let me know if you'd like to be on the mailing list. We have lots of work to do to make Leimert Park a better place to live--better grocery stores, more restaurants and better schools. There are lots of ways to get involved. I can help keep you informed of the opportunities.
South LA Neighborhood Selected as the 2015 Emergency Plan / Full Scale Exercise Recipient!March 23, 2015EMD is excited to announce that the United Neighborhoods Neighborhood Council (UNNC) has been selected as the partner NC for our 2015 program. Together, we will develop a 5 Steps to Neighborhood Preparedness Emergency Plan for their area and conduct a full scale neighborhood exercise to test that plan! Stay tuned for details and congratulations to the UNNC! …See More
Liemert Park ART Walk 2-22-2015
A JazzZone Musical Experience with
Percussion Artist Thaddeus Afro Cuban Jazz Ensemble
in front of the Vision Theater — with Thaddeus P. Gallizzi at Leimert Park, Los Angeles, California.
LADWP Offers $10 To Go Paperless
For a limited time, LADWP is offering a $10 bill credit for new paperless billing customers. Customers who sign up for paperless billing through ladwp.com will receive a $10 credit on their next…
This our annual trip to Viejas Casino and Outlets. Please join us for a little trip to Viejas..gamble and shop til you drop to benefit Childhood Cancer Research!! The trip takes off from the Park and Ride at 120th and Crenshaw Blvd (west side of the street) at 8 AM on May 16th and returns at 5:30 PM. the cost is small at $21.00 per person but the benefit is tax deductible and a great support to an important program!! Further information is available from Raquel Fuller-Green at 323 755-2315.…See More
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Metro is inviting the public to spend a Saturday in the park -- Leimert Park -- March 21, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., to enjoy live music, delicious food and fun activities at the Eat, Shop, Play community festival in Leimert Park Village. Not only will it be fun, it will be an opportunity to support local businesses impacted by construction of the Crenshaw/LAX Transit Project. At the festival, project-area merchants will display and sell their wares, making it easy for us to help others while…See More
This unique program of stories and music has been cancelled due to an injury to our featured storyteller. Katy has been a storyteller, writer, musician, and recording artist for over twenty-five years. She is author of a children's bedtime story called Wind Says Good Night. With folk musician Ross Altman, she is creator of Two for the Road, a CD of stories and songs. She has taught storytelling at universities, delighted audiences at festivals, performed at libraries, museums, and symphony…See More