Posted by Corporate Sponsorship | Posted in Corporate Sponsorship, Playgroup | Posted on 24-10-2011
An old friend of the Glen, Beverly Glen Playgroup, has agreed to be a new Silver sponsor for 2011 – 2012! Formed in 1946 and serving the Glen and Glen kids since that time, Beverly Glen Playgroup operates out of our Les & Dorothy River Community Center with a high quality preschool education serving Glen kids as young at 2 years old. As a progressive co-operative preschool, Glen families can be actively involved in a rich, creative environment that has lead to decades of alumni, many of whom now send their kids.
For information on Beverly Glen Playgroup, go to www.beverlyglenplaygroup.org.
For those with children over 2 years or older as of September 1, 2012, applications are due December 15th, you can find detailed information at http://www.beverlyglenplaygroup.org/apply/summary-of-application/
Also note that as of last year, Beverly Glen Playgroup has started the Chris and Rhoda Holabird fund for financial aid for Glen families in addition to the Susie Evans fund for all families. More information is available by contacting Playgroup.
Beverly Glen Residents:
There will be a protest at the Hotel Bel-Air on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14th, likely starting at 4 pm, but possibly earlier. Expect traffic on Sunset between Stone Canyon and Beverly Glen to be more difficult than usual during Friday rush hour.
Here’s the link to additional information from the Bel-Air Association.
Additionally, Beverly Glen will be completely closed between Ventura Blvd and Mulholland Blvd on Saturday, October 15th and Sunday, October 16th from 6 am to 6 pm for resurfacing. Expect additional delays around Mulholland as people will have to be diverted to the east and west.
Thanks for your patience with these issues. We will bring you additional information as soon as we access it.
Posted by Social | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on 07-10-2011
Hear the latest of what is going on in your community.
Meet your elected representative, State Assembly Member Mike Feuer, City Council Member Paul Koretz, many of your friendly neighbors, the Residents Board who manages the Glen affairs, enjoy great wines from Bev. Glen Realty, and delicious refreshments. Know what is happening in your neighborhood.
Sunday, Oct. 9, 3 – 5 pm, Les & DOrothy River Community Center, 10409 Scenario LN. @ Beverly Glen Place.
Posted by Traffic | Posted in Speedwatch Program, Traffic | Posted on 05-10-2011
Coming full circle, Residents of Beverly Glen resurrected a program from 12 years ago where resident volunteers logged speeds of those violating our speed limits on Beverly Glen. With a quick training session with LAPD, RoBG was provided a radar gun and the training to log speed violators who then receive warning letters from LAPD. Repeat offenders may get a personal visit from LAPD at their home, as was done in the Palisades Highlands.
Whether its a commuter or resident, no one has the right to drive unsafely in our neighborhood. If your concerned about the unsafe speeds on Beverly Glen, contact firstname.lastname@example.org to volunteer for our Speedwatch team, all it takes a 1 hour a month to make a big difference to let drivers know they are being watched, Speedwatched!
Here are the results:
Posted by Bel Air Beverly Crest Neighborhood Council | Posted in Community Messages, Neighborhood Council | Posted on 03-10-2011
From Bel Air Beverly Crest Neighborhood Council (www.babcnc.org):
Please see the information below regarding free upcoming workshops that focus on energy efficiency and lowering your utility bill. The classes happen once a week for six weeks and are free to residents of Council Districts 5 & 11. They’re a great opportunity to learn strategies to lessen your own dependence on LADWP’s dirty energy supply and save money on your bill.
Robert A. Ringler, President
Bel Air Beverly Crest Neighborhood Council
Westside Pavilion · Los Angeles, Thursdays · Oct. 13th – Nov. 17th 2011,
Fairfax High School · Los Angeles Tuesdays · Oct. 18th – Nov. 22nd 2011
Temple Isaiah · Los Angeles Mondays · Apr. 16th – May 21st 2012
Sign up by visiting www.sustainableworks.eventbrite.com.
The workshop is FREE to residents of City Council Districts 5 & 11.
If you have any questions, please call Sustainable Works at 310.458.8716 x 4.
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3435 Wilshire Blvd Ste 660
Los Angeles, CA 90010-1904
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