Thursday, April 19, 2007

LANDMARK WEST! Award-In Good Company

By Land, By Sea, and By Any Ways & Means Necessary!

This is our cute (though perhaps too much of a stretch?) way of letting you know that, on Sunday, April 29, 2007, Three Parks Independent Democrats will honor LANDMARK WEST! with its Jesse Crawford Community Service Award, with special mention for our efforts to preserve the West Side between 97th and 110th Streets through rezoning and landmark designation, including the recently landmarked former Horn & Hardart Automat on Broadway at 104th Street.

We are delighted by this recognition from one of the Upper West Side's most vocal political leaders, not least because it gives us the privilege of sharing the stage with two legendary advocates also receiving awards from Three Parks: Lisa Rainwater of Riverkeeper ("sea" - get it?) and Congressman Charles Rangel (new Chairman of the Ways & Means Committee). What a thrill!

Click here for the invitation and here for the RSVP card. We hope you will be able to celebrate with us on April 29. Take note that by joining Three Parks Independent Democrats as a member (only $20 per year), you may reserve tickets at the special Member rate of just $60.

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