Things I love about the Pike District/White Flint area. (Ok, ok. I got caught up in sappy fun of Valentine’s Day.)
The new bike lanes and the Trolley Trail that allow me to ride around the area without fear of getting smushed.
The Walter Johnson cluster — my kids received terrific educations, and I managed to eke out some useful knowledge when it was called the Woodward cluster.… Read More
Comments Off on Motivated by Recent Events?
Did you participate in the women’s march, watch the inauguration, or become moved by the events over the past few days? If this past weekend motivated you to be more active in your community, do whatever your heart tells you in terms of supporting causes and politics.
While Friends of White Flint is purposely and resolutely non-political, getting involved in your community is another way to make a difference.… Read More
Comments Off on Did you see today’s e-newsletter?
Did you see today’s e-newsletter which features results from our Pike District Pedestrian Safety Campaign?
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Comments Off on Welcome to our new board members!
On Tuesday, the board of directors said hello and good-bye to some outstanding folks in our community.
With hearts full of gratitude for their years of devotion to Friends of White Flint, we said good-bye to board members Chad Salganik (resident) and David Freishtat (business member) whose terms expired. We will be forever grateful for the service of these wonderful board members.… Read More
Comments Off on Would you like to serve on the Friends of White Flint Board of Directors?
Friends of White Flint is governed by a volunteer board of directors composed of 18 members of the community. There are six resident members, six business members, and six property owner/developer members. The board meets a few times a year and is involved in policy decisions all year long, generally through phone calls and emails.… Read More