Another year is rapidly coming to an end. It seems like it was just June and we were out on the streets enjoying the beautiful day that was the Moss Avenue Sale.
As we wrap up the year, we need to be mindful of and thankful for those people who make a difference in our neighborhood. Compared to other neighborhoods in the city, our quality of life is one of the best. It is due in large part to all of us who own homes and live in this neighborhood – working to maintain a quality of life that befits an older neighborhood
We have to thank those volunteers who comprise the board of directors and selflessly give of their time and talent to handle the “business side” of the association. There are other volunteers such as Jan Krouse who for years has chaired the successful Moss Avenue Antique Sale & Festival, and Joanne Bannon & Ed Tarbuck who annually put together and manage the Hanging of the Greens. Then there is Paul Masik who is ever-present, assisting with the set up of the membership meetings and always having a presence at our board meetings.
I know there are people I have overlooked and in doing so apologize to them. Do know that your efforts are appreciated.
I wish all of you Happy Holidays and hope the time you spend with family this season is special.