There will be a forum for Democratic candidates for the Lower Merion School Board this Wednesday, March 8th at 7:30pm on the 2nd floor of Narberth Borough Hall. The forum is hosted by the Democratic Committee of Lower Merion and Narberth. The Democratic Primary will be on May 16th. This forum is of particular interest to Penn Wynne in light of the potential expansion of Penn Wynne Elementary School. More details are available on the Facebook page for the DCLMN: https://www.facebook.com/events/281146292305769/
We’ll be meeting in the Group Meeting Room by the front desk and it is open to the public as always. Amy Krulik from the JCC will be there to speak to and answer questions regarding recent events at the JCC.
The LMSD Board of School Directors will hold a special public work session on Monday, February 27 at 7 PM in the LMHS Board Room to continue discussion of facilities issues related to enrollment growth in Lower Merion School District. The work session is part of extensive, ongoing efforts to plan for increasing enrollment across the District.
Looking for a volunteer opportunity in your community? On April 23rd from 1 to 4 pm in Wynnewood Valley Park the Penn Wynne Civic Association will be holding its 5th annual Earth Day Celebration and we need your help! We need help setting up the event, assisting the exhibitors at their tables and clean up. This event is a lot of fun and aims to bring neighbors together while sharing information on ways we all can reduce our carbon footprint. This free event features live music, eco-friendly crafts for kids, raffles and more. Please consider lending a hand to make this event a success. There is a link below to sign up.
The next board meeting will be tonight, Thursday, February 2nd at 7:30pm in the meeting room of the Penn Wynne Library. All are welcome!
The next board meeting will be Thursday, January 5th at 7:30pm in the meeting room of the Penn Wynne Library. All are welcome!
The next board meeting will be Thursday, December 1st at 7:30pm in the meeting room of the Penn Wynne Library. All are welcome!
John Duffy, an experienced local real estate agent, has kindly agreed to come in and speak to the board on how population growth, taxes, school size and school quality affect housing prices. He’ll also be talking about current trends in housing and how they might affect our community.
The PWCA held its annual board election last Wednesday, November 9th. The officers and directors for 2017 are:
President: David Smith
President-Elect: Justin Davis
Treasurer: Stephen Fenning
Secretary: Nicole Lubiski
New Directors elected to 2 year terms ending in November 2018:
Existing Directors elected in November 2015 to 2 year terms ending in November 2017:
Sergeant-at-Arms (title automatically granted to our local Commissioner)