Yearly Archives: 2017

RSVP today for the RHA Annual Meeting!

Annie Campbell Washington Annie is the Vice Mayor of the City of Oakland and the City Councilmember for District 4. As Councilmember, Annie chairs the Life Enrichment Committee and serves as a member of the Finance & Management Committee and the Community & Economic Development Committee. Before being elected to City Council, Annie was the District…
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eNews: Fairs, Projects and More

Check out the latest edition of RHA eNews at https://t.co/yzp0ZrCebl Association updates including the Laurel Street Fair, upcoming Annual Meeting, Redwood Heights Park initiative, and saving the 39th Avenue Garden.
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eNews: Street Fair, Annual Meeting, and More

Association updates - Laurel Street Fair, upcoming Annual Meeting, Redwood Heights Park initiative, and saving the 39th Avenue Garden. WHAT'S HAPPENING Neighbors and friends were out in force at the recent Laurel Street Fair on MacArthur Blvd. on Saturday, September 12th. The 18th annual Laurel Street Fair ran from 11 am to 7 pm, spanning…
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BBQ to help save the 39th Avenue Garden

Benefit BBQ for the 39th Ave Garden Join us for a fun afternoon Raising funds for new irrigation! Sunday, September 3rd, 3pm – 7pm At the 39th Ave Garden, (Victor and 39th Ave) Tickets $25 Write checks to: Redwood Heights Association - 39th Ave Garden Send to: Sarah Leonard – 4150 39th Ave, Oakland, CA…
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RHA eNews: Catch up on the latest community news

Catch up on the latest community news - RHA eNews is now available! Topics include: Community Survey Results Creating the Park of the Future Volunteer Opportunities RHA Community Picnic To read the full eNews update, please go to http://mailchi.mp/801cfa406fa7/rha-enews?e=e2face61c8. If you would like to receive it directly via email, please sign up HERE.
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eNews: Creating the Park of the Future

This eNews update provides a summary of the community survey conducted in January and introduces a new park improvement project. COMMUNITY SURVEY RESULTS At the beginning of the year, we conducted the first Redwood Heights Association (RHA) Survey, which focused on gathering community feedback about our environment. The survey included questions about your likes and…
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