You are invited to meet Sunday at 4P at the kids-sledding-hill to continue the civic association project of pulling trash out of the woods there, as well as protecting trees and shrubs from the porcelainberry that climbs up and over … Continue reading
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Scroll down for May 15th update Here’s the story! On the morning of March 19th, the 160 people signed-up on the Sligo Woods Civic Association’s listserv got an email from one resident, asking if maybe others in the Sligo Woods … Continue reading
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Ten Sligo Woods neighbors successfully rescued a number of trees along the south side of the sledding hill. These threatened trees—mainly maples and tuliptrees—had been overgrown by porcelainberry, an invasive vine that climbs up the trunk and branches, and eventually … Continue reading
A group of fifteen strolled up Tenbrook Drive, looking at the preponderance of streetside silver (shown here) and red maples, augmented by more tree and shrub diversity in yards. We admired a fine sycamore, with its multi-colored bark, as we … Continue reading
The Sligo Woods neighborhood will enjoy three events this October– A Tree Walk–Sat the 12th, 4-5 pm. Questions? < firstname.lastname@example.org > Second Annual Halloween Decorating Contest–entries by Thurs the 24th to email@example.com, judging on the 26th The Fifth Annual Halloween Parade–Thursday … Continue reading
The civic association’s fall program featured Mr. Devang Dave from the Traffic Engineering Department of Montgomery County. He described the County’s process for development of traffic calming and the role that a neighborhood’s civic association can play—in fact, must play, … Continue reading
A new president was elected by the 2019 annual meeting of the Civic Association. Thanks and congratulations to Todd Sleeman, who’s lived in the neighborhood–on Calumet–for about seven years. Also elected to the board was new at-large member Emily Sudbrink, … Continue reading