This Tuesday Night, April 21 at 7:30 at the Edgemoor Club. State delegate and neighbor, Marc Korman will talk to us about what’s happening in Annapolis. Members who have paid their ECA dues prior to the meeting can also pick up their ECA directory that evening.
2015 Edgemoor House & Garden Tour
The Friends of Edgemoor House and Garden Tour is this Sunday, April 26 beginning at noon. Tour proceeds have helped plant over 60 trees in our neighborhood and provided support for the library, resurfacing the Bethesda Elementary playground, and more. For more information about the tour, volunteering for the tour and attending and/or contributing to the kick off party, contact the Friends of Edgemoor Chairs Nalini Rogers at firstname.lastname@example.org or Dana Gibson at email@example.com.
Caroline Freeland Park Renovation Update
The first draft of the redesign planning by Montgomery Parks for Caroline Freeland Park was presented at the public meeting on Jan. 20th. The updated park will have a larger fenced in play area, a curved path through the park, new benches and lighting and a green lawn area. Although the timing for renovation is still a way off, it was really exciting to hear about it. There will be more opportunity for public input prior to its approval and scheduling, so take a look at the plans so far at: http://www.montgomeryparks.org/pdd/cip/caroline_freeland_park.shtm
The Edgemoor Citizens Association (ECA) is the volunteer organization composed of the residents of the Edgemoor neighbohood in Bethesda, along with Bradley Village and parts of Bradley Hills. The elected officers of ECA and its members work on a wide variety of activities designed to improve our neighborhood's safety, help guide its development, provide liaison to county and other governmental units and ensure a friendly and welcoming environment for all who live in and visit Edgemoor.