The Friends of White Flint Board of Directors voted to waive FoWF membership fees for residents and community associations for the recent White Flint Town Hall, but only through September 30. On October 1, membership fees will apply again.
So, if you want to take advantage of the free FoWF memberships for residents and community organizations, do so by Wednesday of this week.
Why join FoWF?
Members get more information. Although we post a lot of our policy and educational material on the FLOG, members get access to much more information, including preliminary drafts of policy statements. And most of our events are first publicized to FoWF members.
Members get more participation. Some of our meetings are limited to members. If you want to have influence over Friends of White Flint, becoming a member is your best bet.
Members can vote (except associate members). FowF Directors are evenly divided between classes representing residents and community organizations, businesses, and property owners and developers. Members can vote for directors in their classes (that is, residents vote for resident Directors, businesses for business Directors, etc.). Non-members can’t vote.
And, most of all, members help our community.
Please join us.
And, best of all, right now it’s free. But that opportunity is fleeing fast. Catch it while you can.