Weekly Newsletter - March 13, 2019
President's Report

Greetings Highland Park!

I hope everyone is enjoying the sunny weather we are having an d the tons of butterflies fluttering about announcing the coming of spring.  The HHPNC board meeting was held last Thursday to vote on several pending items and events that I would like to bring to your attention. 

The HHPNC executive board is working on a community town hall to discuss with city planning department, CD14, VICE and Alcohol Beverage Control representatives. Stakeholders will have a chance to ask questions. The community town hall will take place on March 21 at the Highland Park Senior Center from 6:45 – 9:00 PM. Spanish translation will be provided. READ MORE
HHPNC Town Hall - March 21st
Day of Compassion - March 23rd
Neighborhood Council Elections are Coming!
Citizenship Workshop - March 23rd
Library Events - March 2019
Calendar Below:
Rummage Sale
Workshop - March 27th
SPRING 'EM This Weekend!
The Pet Care Foundation and LA Animal Services Team Up With Discounted Adoption Fees
March 16th and 17th you can bring home a new furry family member with four paws! Saturday and Sunday, SPRING 'EM will be taking place at all LA City Animal Services Centers - locations can be found at   www.laanimalservices.com . This event is sponsored by the Pet Care Foundation and adoption fees will be reduced by $50 on kittens, puppies and dogs. Cats over four months have fees waived through a generous grant from the ASPCA. READ MORE
We Rise Poetry Contest
Mayor Garcetti launches campaign for free tax preparation
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Mayor Eric Garcetti recently launched a campaign to provide low-to-moderate income households with free tax preparation services, and help taxpayers claim State and Federal tax credits. Households with annual incomes of $54,000 or less may qualify for approximately $9,000 in cash back through the State and Federal Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC). Learn More
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