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Haverford Athletic Club 2009 Schedule

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Practice Starts: Late March 2009.
Coaches notify players of specific dates and times of practice(Drunk.
Practices will be held in late March / early April. Some teams may have practices during the regular season. During this time, each team should get 2-4 practices and 1-2 scrimmage games before Opening Day, depending upon the weather.

Opening Day: Saturday April 18, 2009 (Subject to weather and field conditions)
Baseball Regular Season: April 14 to May 28, 2009
Team schedules will be provided in March.

All Star Games / Field Day: Saturday May 30, 2009

Playoffs: June 1 – 26 (Mustang and Pony Leagues only)

Please refer to website for additional information and updates.
[url=http://]http://www.eteamz.com/haverfordac/

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SABA MEETING 2/11/08

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6 Members braved the Spring like weather to attend the SABA Monthly Board meeting last night. I really appreciate everyone that attended, and also the number of people that contacted Bill to let us know that they were unable to attend due to conflicts. Our goal is to at least double the number of attendees at our March meeting.

Last night we were informed that our two trash containers, picnic table, and T-ball benches have arrived at the Township. They will be installed by the Township as weather and time permits. These were the last items to be purchased with the Grant we received in cooperation with now former Senator Connie Williams.

We agreed to hold a Easter Egg Hunt in conjunction with our Spring Planting. A flyer is being prepared and will be posted through-out the neighborhood, posted on this web-site, and an E-mailed to the 250+ people on our Distribution List.

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SABA Luminaria Night & Normandy Park Holiday Event

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Sunday, December 21st, 5 - 7:30 pm. (Rain Date : Sunday December 28th)...

5:00 pm, Make Your Street Twinkle! 10 Candles and 10 Luminaria bags can be purchased for $5.00 by contacting: Diane Wilder, (610) 853-2404 or Johanna Kulp, Johanna.Kulp@gmail.com (Checks payable to SABA)

5:30 pm, Come to Normandy Park!
1. More Luminaries
2. Bonfires
3. Caroling
4. Candy Cane Hunt for the Children ( Be sure to bring a flashlight!)
5. Cookie contest bring your favorite home-baked cookie, and maybe a few more to share, for local cookie experts to taste-test. Winner receives a prize!)

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SURVEY HAS BEEN COMPLETED

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The survey has been completed. More than 350 people told the time to complete the survey in the 7 County Area. Delaware County residents led the region in the number of surveys returned. Thanks to anyone that help out with this effort.

Southeastern Resource Conservation and Development Council Strategic Planning Effort. I would really appreciate your assistance in helping us with our strategic planning by taking a few minutes to complete an online survey. It should take about 10 minutes to complete. The survey will not require your name or other personal identification. We are looking for input from a variety of interests. We often pigeon hole our contacts with people of similar thoughts and agendas so the committee working on this project is looking to spread this survey out to as many groups and individuals in the region as possible.

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ANNUAL 4TH OF JULY CELEBRATION

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This is always an event that has very good participation without a great deal of promotion because it has become a neighborhood tradition. To keep it alive we need to find neighbors willing to help. What kind of help? Well if you have an idea for an activity we would welcome people willing to run a booth, sponsor awards for parade judging and athletic events, come help with set-up (9:00 to 10:30).

In the past we have had clowns making balloon animals, I remember a pony ride one year, moon bounce, another year we had a neighbor playing a bagpipe. New ideas are always welcomed. If you have great people skills like our current President - Diane we can use help making phone calls and getting people to reserve the date and commit to working with us on July 4th.

If you have any thoughts, comments, ideas please feel free to post them here. Anyone who attended that saw areas for improvement please let us know please feel free to comment.

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New Park Benches at Normandy Park

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The new benches are a great addition. I know South Ardmore Betterment Alliance and Haverford Township split the purchase price 50/50 for the benches. Township work crews prepared concrete pads and secured the benches so hopefully they will remain in place for years to come. Congrats to the committee that picked the style, color and placement of these benches.

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Flag Pole for Normandy Park

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The discussion of whether or not to relocate the annual 4th of July event to Normandy Park was broken down into a list of pros and cons. One of the cons was the lack of a flag pole for the traditional flag raising and national anthem.

I was asked to find out what the addition of a flag pole would cost. I found a place a in Broomall that sold and installed flagpoles. A 25' Aluminum Pole with a 5" diameter base installed would cost $1,300.00. A 4" diameter pole installed would be around $1,000.00, and a 3" diameter pole installed would be $639.00 installed.

I am not sure of all the proper procedures for displaying a flag 24 hours a day, but I believe one issue is that it should have lighting. The dealer showed me a flag pole mounted solar powered light that many people use that would cost $100.00. The light uses l.e.d. lights so I am not sure how bright it would be.

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Another Traffic Incident on Cricket Ave.

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Saturday around 10:30 I was startled by a loud noise while watching "The Mist" on D.V.D. The Movie primary takes place in a Grocery Store. The loud noise unfortunately sounded like metal shelves crashing. oooo boy ...If I would have opened my front door, and it would had been foggy I may have stayed inside.

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SABA March 11th Meeting

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SABA MEETING March 11th - AGENDA DRAFT
All SABA neighbors are invited to our meeting at 7:30 p.m. at Chestnutwold.
1. 852 Aubrey proposed student housing - Landlord Tony Marchesani will be on hand to answer neighbors' questions and address concerns about his requesting a special exception for the township for a student rental at 852 Aubrey. A list showing current student rentals and other rentals on Aubrey will be distributed for review.
2. County Line Sewage Line update.
3. Update on the benches and table purchased for Normandy Park

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Testing - Process of adding a photo to the Post

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SMILING GORILLA SMALL

Sorry... I will promise not to continue this silliness, but the learning process is valuable.

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