January Newsletter


www.ncpna.org

Happy New Year North College Park

Somehow we made it through the wildest, weirdest year most of us have ever experienced. We came together as a community to connect where possible, helped our fellow neighbors, and made adjustments to a new normal no one saw coming. We’re thankful to our neighbors and members for your continuous support of NCPNA. We’re looking forward to a 2021 filled with a lot more time in person with all of you once it is safe. Until then, please stay diligent with social distancing, masking, hand washing, and hope for a much better year ahead for all of us! Don’t let the virus win.

Continue reading

December 2020 Newsletter

About North College Park Neighborhood Association

NCPNA is a neighborhood association and, unlike a homeowner's association, we do not have any authority over anyone’s property. We sponsor activities and projects to help make our neighborhood a more pleasant and safe place to live. Volunteers are always needed, and we look forward to hearing about new ways to achieve our collective goals.

Contact Robert Grinsfelder at rmgrins@aol.com if you can help with any of these activities.

North College Park Neighborhood Facebook Group

NCPNA has an active private Facebook group. One of the administrators will quickly approve your admision to the group. Click here to go to the group page: facebook.com/groups/ncpna

Continue reading

November 2020 Newsletter


www.ncpna.org

About North College Park Neighborhood Association

NCPNA is a neighborhood association and, unlike a homeowner's association, we do not have any authority over anyone’s property. We sponsor activities and projects to help make our neighborhood a more pleasant and safe place to live. Volunteers are always needed, and we look forward to hearing about new ways to achieve our collective goals.

Continue reading

October 2020 Newsletter

www.ncpna.org

About North College Park Neighborhood Association

NCPNA is a neighborhood association and, unlike a homeowner’s association, we do not have any authority over anyone’s property. We sponsor activities and projects to help make our neighborhood a more pleasant and safe place to live. Volunteers are always needed, and we look forward to hearing about new ways to achieve our collective goals.

Continue reading

September Newsletter

COVID-19

COVID-19 drags on; however things are improving, and we are learning to cope. Don't forget even if you can't be as social you have in the past, we can still have activities and function as a community. We just have to be more careful. Keep checking on your neighbors, particularly those who live alone.

Don’t forget many families are still struggling. The Network of Community Ministries is looking for food donations. More information

Continue reading