Pitchforks (and hydrant wrenches) aloft!

Flower Power! We are neighbors who are interested in bringing some botanical beauty to the bike-lane
tree pits so we have persuaded the city to allow us to garden there unimpeded. Anyone is welcome to
join at any level of involvement. There are no dues and no formal meetings; Just a desire to keep
Chelsea tree-lined and flower-filled. Join us!

Monday, October 17, 2011

Annual Chelsea Community Meeting Tues., Oct. 18th

Once a year everyone in Chelsea is invited to meet with neighbors,
police, elected representatives & local resources at the

Tuesday - OCTOBER 18th - 315 WEST 22 STREET

doors open at 6:30 guest speakers beginb at 7:00 pm:

The 10th Police Precinct on Community safety

NYC Compost Project in Manhattan & TreesNY
Tree care on composting.

The Jack-O-Lantern Composting Project

Free daffodil bulbs & leaf collection bags will be given out.

Chelsea Then & Now video: http://vimeo.com/20312192

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