STEELE CREEK NEWS
Residents Association Annual Meeting is February 23
2017 Meeting Topics: Police, Highway 160, and
16, 2017) Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department Chief Kerr Putney
will be the featured speaker at the 2017 meeting of the Steele Creek Residents Association on
Thursday evening, February 23 at Christ the King Church (13501 South
6:30 PM - Pre-meeting Meet and Mingle
7:00 PM - Presentations
8:00 PM - Additional Meet and Mingle
There will be a pre-meeting from 6:30 to 7:00 when attendees can
meet, mingle, and learn about over a dozen non-profit groups and local government agencies that
will have displays with information about their services and programs.
The Meet and Mingle
will continue until 8:30 or as long as folks
are interested in staying to talk. Participants in the Meet and
Mingle will include
Berewick Recreation Center/Wingate Recreation Site,
Charlotte Department of Transportation (CDOT).
Charlotte Douglas Airport,
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Department,
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department -
Steele Creek Division
Animal Care and Control,
Charlotte Neighborhood and Business Services,
Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary,
Lake Wylie Covekeepers/Catawba Riverkeeper Foundation,
McDowell Nature Center,
North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT),
Palisades Episcopal School,
Steele Creek Athletic Association,
Steele Creek Library,
Steele Creek Presbyterian Church, and
Steele Creek YMCA.
Click on this
link to read about the 2016 meeting:
Elections and Roads Highlighted at 2016 Residente Association Annual Meeting.
Although attendees can sign up for membership in the Residents
Association (for $10),
membership is not required for attendance. Everyone interested in
Steele Creek is
welcome. You may also mail your dues to PO Box 38628, Charlotte NC
This will be a great opportunity to learn more about what's going on
in Steele Creek
and catch up with folks you may not have seen for a while.
We hope to see you there!
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