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Little Tokyo Budokan Recreation Center/Park Community Design Workshops

HCNC Board Members, Little Tokyo and Arts District Neighbors, Friends, Families!


SPREAD THE WORD - COME OUT TO COMMUNITY PLANNING & DESIGN WORKSHOPS FOR

LITTLE TOKYO BUDOKAN RECREATION CENTER/PARK

Community-based planning and design workshops

for prop 84 state parks funding

SPREAD THE WORD

BRING YOUR MEMBERS, NEIGHBORS, FAMILIES & FRIENDS.

ANNOUNCE AT YOUR ORGANIZATION'S NEXT COMMUNITY MEETING.

POST ATTACHED COMMUNITY WORKSHOP SCHEDULE ON YOUR WEBSITE AND BLOGS.

PASS IT ALONG.

YOUR ATTENDANCE, HELP, AND IDEAS ARE GREATLY NEEDED.


UPCOMING SCHEDULE:


1. January 20th, 6:00 to 8:00 pm


CRA/LA Community Advisory Committee


Japanese American Cultural & Community Center


5th Floor Cultural Room


244 South San Pedro Street, LA CA 90012


2. January 21st, 6:00 to 8:30 pm


Casa Heiwa Residents Meeting


LTSC Conference Room


231 East 3rd Street, LA CA 90013


3. January 26th noon


Little Tokyo Community Council meeting @ JANM


369 E. 1st Street, LA CA 90012


4. January 28th, 6:00 to 8:30 pm


Community-wide Workshop


Japanese American Cultural & Community Center


Garden Meeting Room


244 South San Pedro Street, LA CA 90012


5. February 6th, 9:00 to Noon


Community-wide Final Workshop


Japanese American Cultural & Community Center


Conference Room A & B (2nd Floor)


244 South San Pedro Street, LA CA 90012

Refreshments will be served.


Little Tokyo has been waiting for over a decade to achieve recreational space for the community. Numerous meetings have been held over the past few years. These additional required community workshops will provide residents with information on the Prop 84 grant application process and activelyh involve residents in the planning and design of the proposed Little Tokyo Budokan Recreation Center/Park project. The deadline for the Prop 84 Parks Grant application is March 1st, 2010.

I can be reached via my email address - smylesq@gmail.com.

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