This is not a PWCA event – we are posting it to publicize an event of local interest.
Town Hall Meeting on PWES Traffic & Pedestrian Safety: Sidewalk on Trent Rd between Remington Rd & Suffolk Lane
Commissioner Rick Churchill has scheduled a Town Hall meeting to facilitate a community discussion about possible sidewalk improvement. The meeting will take place on Wednesday, August 2, 7:30 p.m. at the Penn Wynne Library.
This project would connect the school’s sidewalks with Wynnewood Valley Park/Remington Road, allowing for crosswalks and potentially crossing guards for the safe passage of PW families. Please attend to voice your concerns and/or support for this project.
The 74th annual 4th of July Parade and Fair is coming up soon. To help with the event, we’re looking for volunteers for a wide variety of tasks. We need people to help with registration at the firehouse, to help with setup and cleanup at the park, and to run the various booths and activities. We’ve created a signup sheet at http://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080948abaa2da4f85-4thofjuly. If you would like to volunteer but cannot access that link, you can also email admin @ pennwynnecivic.org. We appreciate all the help we get from community members which makes it possible for us to continue this neighborhood tradition.
The School District will host a presentation on planning for enrollment growth at LMSD secondary school facilities this Wednesday, June 14 at 7 PM in the Board Room of the Administration Building (301 E. Montgomery Avenue, Ardmore). The presentation and discussion will address the current status of school facilities and options under consideration for addressing growth. Public attendance and feedback is welcome.
For more information, visit the “Planning for Enrollment Growth” section of the District website at http://www.lmsd.org/enrollment-planning
We’ll be meeting at 7:30pm at the Penn Wynne Library in the Group Meeting Room by the front desk. The meeting is open to the public as always.
State Representative Tim Briggs (149th PA Legislative District, which includes Penn Wynne) is holding his Breakfast With Briggs series this summer to give constituents a chance to discuss legislative issues. He is also running a Summer Food Drive and will be accepting donations between Memorial Day and Labor Day. Details at the link below.
The Lower Merion Federation of Civic Associations will be meeting Thursday, May 11th at 7:00pm in the Lower Merion School District Board Room. Representatives of the neighborhood civic associations throughout Lower Merion Township will gather to discuss matters of shared interest.
This Thursday, May 4th, at 6:30 pm the Civic Association is hosting a Candidate Meet & Greet in the elementary school cafetorium. We have invited all twelve candidates for the open positions on the Lower Merion School Board and the event is open to the public. Following the Meet & Greet at 7:30 we will have our ordinary business meeting.
The Civic Association has collected a number of documents related to the proposed elementary school expansion. There is a link to the collection on this page.