Tuesday, April 3, 2012

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Archival copy of the Union Square News
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April 2012 Newsletter (PDF)

MEETING REMINDER
The USA Regular Meeting is at 7:00 PM on Wednesday April 4, 2012 at the NDC, 1401 Hollins St.

BOARD NOTES
  • STREETSCAPE COMMITTEE
    • Launch of 2nd Annual Bloom Your Block community project
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  • CLEAN COMMUNITY COMPETITION 2012
    • Baltimore City program with top prize of $5000
    • Union Square kick-off at 9 AM on April 21 - S. Stricker & W. Lombard
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FEATURE ARTICLE
A COMMUNITY CANVAS - Curator hopes to use art to revitalize area
Article about Bill Adler with the challenges and rewards of his work with Sowebo Arts, the Sowebo Arts and Music Festival with a history (plus a timeline for this year's event)
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UPCOMING EVENTS
  • SOWEBO RUNNING & WALKING CLUB
    FREE - First Saturday of each month starting 10 AM April 7
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  • DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY CLASSES
    At Clay Pots, 1635 W. Pratt St. includes contact information
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  • REIKI CLINIC
    Saturday, April 21 - part of Wellness programs at Clay Pots
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  • CCYD BOWL-A-THON
    Saturday, April 28 - return of Chesapeake Center for Youth Development (CCYD) annual event with contact information for Megan Schulze and Ivan Leshinsky
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  • LEADERSHIP & COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT TRAINING
    FREE - 9 AM Saturday, April 14 - UMB BioPark
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NEWSLETTER SUBMISSIONS article by Ray Williams
Invitation for comments, submissions, suggestions
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    2012 USA OFFICERS
    Chris Taylor, President; Andrea Leahy, Vice President; Thomas Pointer, Treasurer; Kristine Balazs, Recording Secretary; Ray Williams, Corresponding Secretary; Jacob Booher, Historic Preservation; Querin Brown & Chris Wyatt, Directors at Large.