prsidt’s Mmo for Jul 2012
by Harris Rogers
LOCK Up! LOOK OUT! See CRIMe? Tk pICTURe! CaLL 369-3333
f you SEE Something, SAY Something!
You see this on our roadway median signs quite often, and, no, we are not having a crime wave. We put this sign up as a deterrent toproperty crimes in our residential neighborhoods. But notice we’ve added one more item to the above:
TaKe a pICTURe! -
We had a home burglary in early spring that was solved within a few hours because a neighbor saw some-thing that “didn’t look right” and took a picture of the vehicle and license plate. When police came asking the neighbors if they hadseen anything, she pulled out the picture. RWC Police were able to get a search warrant, go directly to the suspect’s house where thestolen property was recovered and make the arrest. Don’t put yourself in harm’s way, but if you see or even suspect a crime, “a pic-ture is worth a thousand words.”
Still ONE Last Summer Concert!
If you missed the first two, there is still one more with The Bell Brothers on August 12. Check the web for more details.In response to your many comments and suggestions, we made some big changes in our summer Sounds of the Shores Concerts inMarlin Park this year.Moving our 2012 concerts to SUNDAY afternoons has been a big success. As has moving the time up an hour to 5:00 - 7:00pm to keepus in the warmer part of the afternoon before the sun starts to go down and the evening starts to cool off. These changes to have allowedmore people to attend and in a more enjoyable (i.e., “warmer”) time of the day. So don’t miss our last summer concert on August 12.If you are on our email list we let you know what’s happening about a week before each Shores event. If you want to be on our list, goto our web site at RSCA.org and under the “Feedback” tab, just click on the yellow “Join our email list” button.
Farmers Market in the Shores
After many months of sometimes tedious work on the details, we finally have a Friday Farmers Market in the Shores. If you’ve missedit, the market is located in the parking lot of the RWS Library at the corner of Marine & Bridge Parkways and is open from 11am to6pm every Friday.Getting this market has taken a lot of coordination and cooperation from the City, the Library, the nearby HOAs and businesses thatmight have been impacted, plus many, many others who worked hard to make sure that this market will be a success in the Shores.
A Very Special “THANK YOU”!
Along with our letters & reminders for RSCA’s 2012 Membership, we provide the opportunity for Shores residents to volunteer a little“extra” to help fund our many activities. We want to acknowledge the following Shores neighbors who graciously made that additionalcontribution:Vincent Mason *Seamus & Marcia HatchTamera Del Bene *Kenneth KaufmanDr. Edda Gomez-Panzani *Kent & Helen Lee *Jerry Patrick Andrew & Lesli Leong *Ian CoxKaren Siu & Joon Moy *Dr. Claire B MailhotAna & Oleg Nickolayeva *Remedios OrtigasWisa Pascual & Jorge MorteraKeith & Jessica MattioliJohn MurphyEdralin Jane Cortes & Werner StoyTakeo & Michi OhiraPamela Beltran & Romano CastilloCecelia ReedJohn & Irene ChanPatricia SanchezSandra & Edwin ChungHelen LutichNancy & Harry CookTimothy & Irene PostonPat & Mavis DiandaPaul Beesley
* These members have also made additional contributions in previous years.)The additional gifts from these members will cover most of costs for one of our annual events like the Halloween Parade for Shoreschildren. Our very special thanks for their generosity and additional support of RSCA’s community activities.
Meet RWC Police Chief October 9th -
6:30m t th RWS Librr.
A REMINDER: RWC’s new Chief of Police, J.R. Gamez, will be joining us on Tuesday, October 9th for a conversation with theShores community about our law enforcement concerns. Chief Gamez is an avid listener, and this will be a great opportunity toexchange information and have a exchange of ideas about issues that may seem unique to the Shores.GET THIS DATE ON YOUR CALENDARS NOW!!