A Busy Week in Cheverly!

I hope you are all enjoying this beautiful Spring weather! 

I've been so happy to have the chance to chat with many of you about what we love about Cheverly and what we see for its future--along with lots of conversations about alleys, loose dogs, and coffee shops. If we haven't chatted yet, I look forward to connecting soon! 

I am planning to be at a few events in Cheverly in the next week and wanted to share in case they are of interest to you:

Thursday, 4 April: Progressive Cheverly Forum on Policing, Race, and Community. 

I coordinated this forum, which will look at some of the trainings that our Cheverly PD has already participated in and some more innovative trainings being developed at UMD. It should be an interesting evening! 7:00-9:00, Hoyer Education Center

Saturday, 6 April: Donuts and Coffee Social, 10am-Noon

Rachel Dabney Rice and Amy Rice are hosting neighbors who are interested in learning more about mayoral candidate Beth MacKenzie and Ward 6 candidate Amy Fry. While I'm not officially on the flyer, I will be there (free donuts!) and will be happy to chat with anyone!  Contact me directly if you need more information.

Sunday, 7 April: Cheverly Schools Parent Meet-Up (CPRC)

This is an opportunity for Cheverly parents to learn more about local schooling options and connect with other parents! (My son goes to Pullen ES, so I will be there answering questions about our experience there.)

Tuesday, 9 April: Women's Club Candidate Forum

This will be a chance to learn more about me and my platform in a public setting, and to hear from the mayoral candidates. On April 9th, candidates for wards 1, 3 and 5 will be present and on April 10th, candidates for wards 2, 4 and 6 will be present. Come to the Community Center, or watch: televised on Comcast 71 or Verizon Fios 35. 

Looking forward to seeing some of you at these events! As always, I am available via email or phone for any questions or concerns. 

Here’s someone who is very excited about the warmer weather:

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