You’re invited to mingle with your neighbors over wine and cheese and learn more about your community at the annual joint meeting of the Forest Hills Citizens Association/Forest Hills Neighborhood Alliance on Thursday, January 21st. Featured speakers will fill you in about Van Ness Main Street’s activities – and you’ll get an opportunity to meet its new executive director. Also on the agenda: Filling the office of FHCA president.
The meeting is open to all, whether you’re a homeowner or renter, with suggested $25 dues at the door. More details:
Forest Hills Citizens Association & Neighborhood Alliance
Invites Friends and Supporters to its
Combined Annual Meeting *** Wine & Cheese Mixer
Thursday, January 21
7:00 – 9:00 pm
Bill & Peggy Breer
2738 Brandywine Street, NW
Suggested Annual Dues: $25.00 per household, payable by check or cash at the door
RSVP by January 20: firstname.lastname@example.org
The short program includes the election of officers:
Vice President: Jane Solomon, email@example.com
Treasurer: William “Bill” Breer, firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary: Amy Wilczynski, email@example.com
Be among the first to learn about Van Ness Main Street and its new Executive Director!
Forest Hills community groups are encouraged to present a summary of current and future activities. Contact Denise Warner at (202) 487-5162 for placement on the agenda and to discuss volunteer opportunities. See you soon!
The Forest Hills Citizens Association (FHCA) was founded in 1929. A 501(c)(4) organization, the FHCA is a member of the DC Federation of Citizens Associations and dedicated to the advancement of its community and District of Columbia residents. The Neighborhood Alliance is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) Project of the FHCA dedicated to educational outreach and preservation of Forest Hills history and culture.
The Alliance was founded in 2000 by Gary G. Stevens and incorporated in March, 2001.