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Breaking the Holiday Hiatus for 2 Community Events

Rather than try and update haphazardly amongst the holidays and end of the year chores I have, I kinda went on hiatus. However, here are a few community events you should be aware of, since both are dedicated to improving life on the westsit.

First, there's an event on Friday, December 14th for the Friends Of Larsen Park. The event is a fundraiser to help enhance the park, most notably by bringing back a jet plane to the park, as we had for so many years in the past. The event will be held at The Riptide, located at 3639 Taraval St (easy access via the L line!) and will have a raffle, t-shirts for sale, and drink specials. The event will also be the venue for Cammy Blackstone, one of Supervisor Carmen Chu's legislative aides, so stop by and support the cause!

Next, there's a community meeting on Saturday, the 15th at 10am for the N-Judah Turnaround Beautification Project. The event will be held at Francis Scott Key Elementary School auditorium, located at 1530 43rd Avenue (at Kirkham). This is a chance for neighbors and N-Judah riders to help enhance the turnaround and make it something that everyone can appreciate. Lunch will be provided, and there are activities for kids, so there's something for everyone. May city agencies will also be there, so if you'd like to find out more, or offer your suggestions, be sure to check it out.

I also want to congraultate the hard-working neighbors who put together the Inner Sunset Sunday Street Fairs this fall. They were a nice bonus to living in the Inner Sunset, and I hope we can continue this in the future as a community building event.


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