November 6, 2009 · Filed Under Events and News 

Our November membership meeting is always our best attended of the year because it’s also our Thanksgiving Pot Luck Dinner. Mark your calendars for Monday November 16 and note that we start early that night at 6:00pm so there’s plenty of time to enjoy all of the festivities. AHNA always provides the turkey, stuffing, gravy with all the traditional fixings and coffee, tea and water. Bring whatever you want, but you don’t have to bring anything except yourself, your spouse/significant other, your kids, and your neighbors, even if they aren’t members. We always invite the mayor, our City Councilman, and our representatives from the various city commissions, such as Zoning, Planning, Historic and Cultural Landmarks, and the Board of Adjustment.

This year’s party will include music from the Fort Worth Symphony. Members of the symphony who live in our neighborhood will play chamber music during the evening. We’ll also have a short business meeting with a crime report from Neighborhood Patrol Officer Teri Majors. Crime Prevention Specialist Eartha Pitre will also be on hand to mark items for the RAPIDS program (more information about that program is available inside this newsletter).


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