RCA Needs Volunteers To Plant Bulbs at Rosedale Rec

The Rosedale Citizens’ Alliance CDC needs your help to plant bulbs at Rosedale Rec this Saturday.   See below for information from RCA CDC Board Member Nikki Bowens:

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!!!The RCA has recently been awarded by the Capital Hill Garden Club (assortments of Crocus and Narcissus large bulbs) for the beautification project for the Rosedale Recreation Center.  As “Friends Of” this is part of our commitment to the program.

We are in need of volunteers for about an (1-1/2) Hour-half on Saturday morning 10:00am – 11:30am.  We are asking you to bring your tools.

Bulb Dibber, Short- or Long-Handled Bulb Planter, or Shovel. 

We have latex gloves and water.  Please respond to this email (“Necothia Bowens” <RosedaleDC@gmail.com>,) if you are available.  Really need your help.


Look forward to seeing you all soon.

Rosedale Rec Opening

On Friday, May 25, 2012 Mayor Gray, DPR Director Jesús Aguirre, DGS Interim Director Brian Hanlon, and other Rosedale Community Leaders opened Rosedale Rec Center.

From Left to Right — Council Chair Kwame Brown, RCA President Necothia Bowens, DGS Interim Director Brian Hanlon, and Mayor Vincent Gray

DPR Director Jesús Aguirre

Rosedale Rec Site Manager Brian Williams and Staff

RCA President Necothia Bowens

ANC 6A07 Gladys Mack

Rosedale Youth Institute President Clinton Sharp

Rosdale Grassroots’ Sondra Gilbert

The Ribbon Cutting

The pool is already open, and looks pretty spectacular:

Baby Pool

Though there are a few kinks to work out (the baby pool was closed for some reason) it should be a great place to cool off during a hot summer.

The main building is not open to the public yet, but it looks great.  There’s a beautiful lobby:

A great indoor basketball court:

A game room:

A turf field:

Several multi-purpose rooms:

And the library, which is still under construction:

These instructions are a couple years old, but I believe they are still relevant.  If you are interested starting or assisting in RRC recreational programming, here are the necessary steps:

1. Contact RRC Site Manger, Mr. Brian Williams, 202-213-5649 or Brian.Williams@dc.gov, to discuss the type of community programming you would like to offer or assist.

2. Go online to apply to become a DPR Volunteers in Action 

3. You then wait for approval from Site Manager a DPR Volunteer Coordinator and then you can start your program and become part of one of America’s great legacies – Volunteerism!

Special thanks to Brit and Dana Wyckoff for their tireless efforts, to Rick Uzes and Patrick Jordan for organizing early meetings at the center and helping to bring public awareness to the need, and to Necothia Bowens for her continuing advocacy for a well-run recreation center in our community.

MLK Day of Service was a huge Success! Thank You!

Many thanks once again to the Kingman Park Residents, Local Organizations and Groups who came out for the MLK Day of Service: Kingman Park Community Cleanup. The MLK Day of Service was a huge success!

On a day when there were many activities competing for people’s time, we still had over 60 volunteers and collected over 60 bags of trash.

Special thanks to Mr. Thomas Day from  DPW who was key in getting equipment and supplies disbursed; The Giorgio Family for their monetary donation and 7-Eleven in Kingman Park for the refreshment donation.

Thanks to the Organization and Groups: Friends of Kingman Park (FOKP),  Soccer on the Hill (SOTH), Rosedale Citizen Alliance (RCA), Kingman Park Rosedale Garden (KPRG), Georgetown Law Students, Censeo Consulting Group, UDC Law Students, Rob Stephens:Local Church Sunday School Class, Greater Washington Area Chapter of Women Lawyers (GWAC) and Capital Riverside Youth Sports Park (CRYSP).

I look forward to seeing you all for our next community cleanup. Thanks again!

Warm Regards,

Lisa White, ANC Commissioner SMD 7D01 Kingman Park Community

Pictures of the MLK Day of Service Below:

Fifth (5th) District- PSA 507 Information

Hello Everyone,

Below I have posted the information from the 5TH District website. Just as a reminder, the Kingman Park and Rosedale Communities will be moving to Patrol Service Area- PSA 507 as of Janunary 1, 2012. Information about PSA 507 has not been updated.

Here is a map of the the new PSA realignment: 5Dnew_large_nov11

I will send out updated information about PSA 507 officials, PSA meetings: dates and time from MPD as it become available.

Best,

Lisa White ANC Commissioner SMD 7D01 Kingman Park  

Fifth District Station
1805 Bladensburg Rd., NE
Washington, DC 20002
Phone: (202) 698-0150
Fax: (202) 727-8453

This site was created for residents of the Fifth District (5D) in Washington, DC. This District is comprised of five Police Service Areas, known as PSAs, similar to police beats. Each PSA is supervised by a captain and led by police lieutenants. PSA officials will work with residents of their area to address and resolve concerns to improve the quality of life in the neighborhoods.Members of the Fifth District Metropolitan Police Department hope to significantly open the lines of communication through this listserv with its residents, neighborhood block groups, watch groups, citizen patrol groups, and community activists, who work to make this area cleaner, safer and more inviting to live and to work.

Andrew “Andy” Solberg,Commander
Fifth District Station
1805 Bladensburg Rd., NE
Washington, DC 20002
202 698-0111 phone
202 724-8649 faxFayette Vaughn-Lee, Community Outreach Coordinator
fayette.vaughn-lee@dc.gov 202 698-01885D Police Website: http://www.mpdc.dc.gov/info/districts/5th/main.shtm

 

H Street Festival: September 17, 2011

H Street Festival

The H Street Festival is an annual street festival designed to showcase the unique qualities of this vibrant Washington, DC community. The event is a part of the revitalization strategy to bring attention to the developing arts and entertainment district at the eastern end of the H Street NE corridor. This year’s festival includes more than 30 musical and dance performances, an art car exhibit, two live performance stages that are produced by the Rock & Roll Hotel, a fashion show preview of DC Fashion Week, face painting, rock climbing, basketball games, carnival games, free popcorn, cotton candy, and dog tag making, a fully-loaded Hummer display, luxury car displays, free health screenings, crafts, and international foods.
 
Date and Time:
September 17, 2011
Noon until 6 p.m.

Festival Location:
H Street, between 8th & 14th Streets, NE.
Washington, DC.

Transportation
The closest Metro stations are Union Station and New York Avenue. Expanded service will be available on the H Street Shuttle from Chinatown and Eastern Market. Bike Valet will be provided by WABA.

For more information, see the official website.

Capitol Hill Cupcake Menu

Capitol Hill cupcakes are perfect for many occasions, such as birthdays, weddings, baby showers, bridal showers, office parties and just about anything else you can think of.

Our cupcakes are made from scratch and handcrafted from the finest ingredients. They are baked daily in small batches, generously frosted and topped with a variety of edible delights.

CUPCAKE MENU

We have a huge variety of daily, weekly & seasonal cupcake flavors

Carrot cake Red Velvet
Key West Chocolate Peanut Butter
Tiramisu Espresso
Classic Vanilla Black Velvet
Chocolate Chocolate Chip Chocolate Ganache
Black & White Classic Chocolate
Cup of Java Vanilla Birthday
Decadent Decadent Carrot Top
Vanilla & Chocolate Chocolate Walnuts
Cappuccino White Mocha
Chocolate Birthday Day and Night

Capitol Hill Cupcakes is located at 411 18th Street, NE between D and E Streets NE in the Rosedale Community.

Please support small local businesses!

Lisa White – ANC 7D01 Kingman Park Community

KPR Moms (and Dads) Happy Hour Time

KPR Moms (and Dads) Happy Hour Time

 When:  Thursday, July 28 · 5:30pm – 8:30pm

Where:  Argonaut @1430 Maryland Ave NE , Washington , DC 20002 

More Info: Parents in Kingman Park and Rosedale come out to socialize with your fellow neighbors! Spread the word! For more information about us go to:

http://www.facebook.com/pages/KPR-Moms/221920701166356?v=wall

For more information,

Please contact Nicole Coomber or JalilaSmith: