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Jun
10
2017

North College Park Crime Map: June 4-10, 2017

Please see below last week’s crime map, and let me know if you have any questions. Thank you!

Address Type
4700 Blk CHERRY HILL RD THEFT FROM AUTO
4700 Blk CHERRY HILL RD THEFT FROM AUTO
9200 Blk ST ANDREWS PL BREAKING & ENTERING
5100 Blk  LACKAWANNA ST THEFT
9200 Blk 48TH AVE STOLEN VEH
9600 Blk BALTIMORE AVE THEFT FROM AUTO
Jun
9
2017

Free Microchip Clinic Tomorrow at the Farmers Market

What: Free Microchip Clinic
When: Saturday, June 10 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
WhereL Hollywood Farmers Market – 9801 Rhode Island Ave

On June 10, the City of College Park Animal Control and City Animal Welfare Committee will offer FREE microchipping for dogs and cats for City residents (or only $20 for non-residents).

Microchipping is a quick and pretty painless procedure that can help return pets to their families if lost. We encourage residents to bring their furry family members to participate in this free program!

Please make sure that all pets are properly restrained (leash, carrier, etc.) for safety. City residents, don’t forget your proof of residency!

For more information or to register, please click here.
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Jun
8
2017

Tonight’s NCPCA Meeting: Traffic, Election, Legislative Update, and More..

NCPCA - It's Your Neighborhood Association

NCPCA – It’s Your Neighborhood Association

Tonight is the second Thursday of the month and hence the day when the North College Park Community Association holds its monthly meeting. Here is the agenda of tonight’s meeting

Senator Rosapepe. The Maryland legislative session ended in April. Senator Rosapepe will be with us to discuss the highlights.

Traffic. Several residents have requested to discuss areas of concern when it comes to traffic and congestion. Please bring your concerns!

Discussion of Community Responses to the Murder of Richard Collins III.

Elections. Per the NCPCA bylaws, we will elect new officers for the 2017-2018 year.

The meeting will take place at the Youth and Family Services building, at 4912 Nantucket Road. Hope to see you all there.

Jun
7
2017

After 7 Years of Work and Spending Half a Million, Gateway Park May not Get Built

After spending more than half a million dollars and hundreds of hours of staff and community time over the past seven years, the Gateway Park project may not finally see the light.

The project is scheduled to go for construction in fall this year and completion early next year.

However, that may not happen if the City Council does not approve the allocation of $43K in grant money, at next week’s Council meeting. This small shortfall is a fraction of the total $1.5 million budget for the park. City Staff has secured the necessary funds for the project to take it to completion. The vast majority of the funds (nearly 94%) will come from the State and other grant sources. Only a small fraction (6%) would come from the City budget.

(A concept design of the Gateway Park)

At last night’s Council worksession, the City Council discussed whether to allocate the small shortfall ($43k) into this project, or another potential project elsewhere in the city. If the Council does not vote to approve this small allocation, that will essentially kill the park project.

Back in December, 2008, the City bought the old house at the corner of Route 1 and Edgewood Road. The idea was to turn the spot into a pocket park and give it a welcoming landmark to the visitors coming to College Park from the beltway and the north of College Park. Park elements include a pavilion with green roof and roof terrace, bio-retention facilities, permeable walkways, native plantings, wind-driven sculpture, play area and interpretive signage. The idea of this pocket park was to offer nearby residents and their children a recreational place that they can walk to and enjoy a good time.

You can see some concept design pictures here.

A little more than half a million dollar has already ben spent so far. The completed work includes property acquisition and the detailed design. Storm water management permits have also been obtained.

The park project has a long and interesting story.

Even before the park property was purchased, City Council started applying for funds to design the Gateway Park, even before the property was bought. For example, at its March 11, 2008, meeting, the Council approved a resolution to apply for a grant to “design phase 1 of the Gateway Park”.

Also, on November 13, 2008 , the NCPCA (North College Park Community Association)  supported  a resolution authorizing the city to build the “concept of construction of the Hollywood Gateway Park, under the city ownership”. It also asked to get the citizens’ feedback on the construction.

In 2010, the City Council voted to authorize the city staff to pursue a grant to fund design and building of the Gateway Park.  3 council members voted against the proposal. Interestingly, two District 1 council members took opposite sides in the park decision. While the then Council member (current Mayor) Wojahn supported the project, Councilmember Nagle opposed.

Back in 2011,  the City worked with students in the University of Maryland’s Landscape Architecture program to develop design alternatives for the site through a competition and nine student teams prepared drawings for the site. The NCPCA approved the concept of the park design and hosted the designsYou can view the drawings here.

(Residents reviewing park design at the NCPCA meeting)

In the fall of 2012, the City put out a Request for Proposals (RFP) to hire a designer to engage in a complete design of the park with input from the U-MD proposals and the resident committee. The City selected the Flora Teeter and Whitney Bailey Cox and Magnani, LLC as the design consultant for the project. The designer worked with the Local Project Design Committee made up of residents, adjoining property owners, State Highway Administration representatives, and City staff, to consult on the design.

In May 2013, the design consultants prepared conceptual design alternatives and a preferred design was selected by the Project Advisory Committee and presented to the North College Park Community Association (NCPCA). The design was discussed and approved by the City Council.

Back in May 2013, the City explored ideas for incorporating interactive, educational wind and weather features into the park, a brainstorming session was arranged with scientists and the Public Affairs office of the NOAA Center for Weather and Climate Prediction. Many ideas were discussed including having a weather station, windmill, cloud machine, cisterns to make it rain, cloud identification, weather vane, sundial and art projects involving wind socks, wind chimes and whirligigs. The opportunities are quite promising and could possibly involve ongoing participation from NOAA and an active relationship with the Hollywood Elementary School.

Though some residents appreciate the project, others expressed concerns about the accessibility and safety to the park, especially when the project’s idea was first introduced to the community. In order to make the park accessible from 47th Place, the City spent $80K to acquire the small parcel on the back of the house located next door to the park. The final design will also include decorative bollards to secure the park from vehicles in the nearby streets.

It took the City some time to acquire the piece of property between 47th Place and the park property. That’s why you probably didn’t see much activities in the past two years or so.

After the City acquired the property, the City also demolished the old house early this year.

After spending so much money and time, I don’t really think we should kill this project at this late stage. Please let the Council know what you think. You can send your comments to the entire City Council at cpmc@collegeparkmd.gov 

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Jun
6
2017

Council Mulls Allowing Non-Citizens to Vote in City Elections

Proud to vote!

At tonight’s meeting, the City Council will discuss the possibility of extending the ability to vote in municipal elections to City residents who are not citizens of the United States.

Currently, the City uses the voter’s list supplied by the Prince George’s County Board of Elections.  Prince George’s County maintains voter rolls that comply with the state of Maryland voter registration qualifications.  State qualifications include the requirements that a person is a citizen of the United States, not be serving a court ordered the sentence of imprisonment for a felony conviction, not have a conviction for buying or selling votes and not be under guardianship for mental disability found by a court.

Many residents who do not have US citizenship are part of the College Park community.  They have children in our schools and pay City property taxes.  By allowing these members of our community to participate in the City’s municipal election they will feel more invested in civic life and be able to have a say in local issues that impact their community.

Currently, seven municipalities in Maryland allow non-US citizens to vote in their municipal elections. They are Hyattsville, Takoma Park, Barnesville, Garrett Park, Glen Echo, Martin’s Additions and Somerset.

From 1776 until the 1920s, noncitizens were widely permitted to participate in elections and there were 40 states that allowed it.  A wave of pervasive anti-immigrant sentiment after World War I caused Congress to restrict the number of new immigrants and caused states to change their inclusive practices.  It was not until 1996 that Congress passed legislation making it a crime for noncitizens to vote in federal elections.

Enabling City residents who are not US citizens to vote in municipal elections will require an amendment to the City’s Charter.  Council would also need to decide whether to keep a supplemental list of voters who are non-US Citizens and still use the County’s voter’s list or maintain a complete list of voters eligible to vote in City elections.

Jun
5
2017

This Year’s College Park Day will be on October 7

Please mark your calendar. This year’s College Park Day is set for 11 am to 4 pm on Saturday, OCTOBER 7, 2017 at the College Park Aviation Museum.

At tomorrow’s meeting, the Council will get a staff report of College Park Day and discuss how to improve this most important showcase event. It began in 2009 to highlight residents, businesses and community groups in the City of College Park and “to celebrate everything that the City has to offer.”

Part of the inspiration came from the Taste of College Park, an event held in the mid-2000s. When College Park Day first launched, attendance was only a couple hundred people, but now about 4,000 people attend. In 2016, College Park Day relocated to the College Park Aviation Museum and Airport.

The Museum offered attendees free entry, and it had about 1,200 guests that day. The Metro garage and the County-owned parking lot near the Metro have been used for attendee parking. Last year’s event featured two stages of live music, a kids area with inflatables and a climbing wall, fitness activities, health classes, and visiting mascots.

There were 163 exhibitors, including 5 civic associations, 6 government organizations, 5 public safety organizations, 8 University of Maryland groups, 12 community organizations, 11 restaurants, and 13 food/beverage vendors. Exhibitors and vendors do not pay a fee to attend or sell.

The total expenditures for 2016 were $54,847.67. Twenty-one businesses sponsored the event, with sponsorships ranging from $5,000 for the Presenting Sponsor, to in-kind sponsorships. Most sponsorships were in the $500 to $1,000 range, and a total of $20,500 was raised.

Many surrounding communities hold similar events, with and without outside sponsorships. Denise Seifried, the City’s contractor for event planning and operations is expected to be at the meeting.

Jun
4
2017

North College Park Crime Map: May 29 – June 3, 2017

Address Type
4800 Blk Indian LN Theft from auto
9600 Blk Milestone Way Theft from auto
4700 Blk Mangum Rd Theft from auto
4600 Blk Cherry hill RD BREAKING & ENTERING
9300 Blk 51ST AVE Citizen Robbery
9600 Blk 52ND AVE Assault
4700 Blk Cherry Hill Rd Theft
Jun
3
2017

City Exploring Abatement Laws to Address Neighborhood Nuisance

Neighborhood-300x260A few months ago I asked staff to explore ways to address recurring nuisances that we often see in the neighborhood.

Accordingly, staff invited Ms. Michelle D. Lyons, representing the Prince George’s County Nuisance Abatement Board to next week’s Council Worksession. She will describe the Board’s function and respond to any questions Mayor and City Council might have.

The Nuisance Abatement Board was created under Section 14-173 of the County Code to hear complaints which allege that any premises constitute a public or neighborhood nuisance. A Neighborhood nuisance means any premises on or in which, on two or more separate occasions within a one-year period before the start of a proceeding under this subtitle, an owner, tenant or occupant of the premises:

  • acts in a disorderly manner that disturbs the public peace; or
  • engages in acts, creates or maintains conditions that allows others to act in a disorderly manner that disturbs the public peace or
  • engages in activities that are prohibited in residential neighborhoods and zones, including any event, gathering, party, or picnic that involves: admission fees; cover charges; door charges; entry fees; ticket sales; food or beverage sales; adult entertainment charges, fees or sales; personal profit to the homeowner or organizer of an event; or is open to the general public.

Any State, County, or municipal law enforcement agency authorized to issue citations or corrective orders may file a petition to begin proceedings before the Board if a premises is used in violation of County, State, or Federal laws governing controlled dangerous substances, prostitution, human trafficking, criminal gangs, the storage or concealment of illegal weapons, stolen property, contraband or other evidence of criminal activity at the premises, or as a public or neighborhood nuisance.

Once a petition is filed and accepted, the Board gives notice and schedules a hearing to determine whether a public nuisance exists. Upon a determination that a public nuisance exists, the Board will render a decision to immediately cease the activity and may impose a monetary fine. The fine for the first violation is $500.00 and $1,000.00 for the second violation. The Police Department may issue a criminal violation in lieu of a civil citation.

The seven members of the Board include representatives of the Prince George’s County Fire Department, Police Department and Department of Permitting, Inspections and Enforcement as well as four (4) citizens appointed by the County Executive. Additional support is provided by an Associate County Attorney from the Prince George’s County Office of Law
The County lists the Administrator of Boards and Commissions as the primary contact for further information or questions regarding the Nuisance Abatement Board at 301-636-2020.

You can find more about the nuisance abatement law here

Jun
2
2017

Tomorrow at the Hollywood Farmers Market

Vol. 3 Issue 7 – Happy National Dairy Month!     “National Dairy Month started out as National Milk Month in 1937 as a way to promote drinking milk. It was initially created to stabilize the dairy demand
when production was at a surplus, but has now developed into an annual tradition that celebrates the contributions the dairy industry has made to the world After the National Dairy Council stepped in to promote the cause, the name soon changed to “Dairy Month.”National Dairy Month is a great way to start the summer with nutrient-rich dairy foods. From calcium to potassium, dairy products like milk contain nine
essential nutrients which may help to better manage your weight, reduce your risk for high blood pressure, osteoporosis and certain cancers. Whether it’s protein to help build and repair the muscle tissue of active bodies or vitamin A to help maintain healthy skin, dairy products are a natural nutrient powerhouse. Those are just a few of the reasons that you should celebrate dairy not just in June, but all year long.”
http://www.idfa.org/news-views/media-kits/cheese/june-is-national-dairy-month

Please visit Waltz Family Farm- they sell fresh cheese from local farms.

Upcoming events:

On June 10, the City of College Park Animal Control and City Animal Welfare Committee will offer FREE microchipping for dogs and cats for City residents (or only $20 for non-residents). 
Microchipping is a quick and pretty painless procedure that can help return pets to their families if lost. We encourage residents to bring their furry family members to participate in this free program!
Please make sure that all pets are properly restrained (leash, carrier, etc.) for safety. City residents, don’t forget your proof of residency!
For more information or to register, please click here.

June 24th:
Do you ever wonder how your child grows to understand the world around them? The Infant and Child Studies Consortium at the University of Maryland is uncovering just that We are a research group in the fields of Psychology, Human Development, Linguistics, and Hearing & Speech and as a whole, we study child development trends in children of all ages. We learn about topics like memory development, social relations, and speech development to name a few. We will be at the Hollywood Farmers Market on 6/24 to tell you more about what we do lots of science, lots of bubbles, and lots of fun.  We hope to see you then!
If you have any questions, or would like to learn more, you can email us at childstudies@umd.edu or give us a call at 301-405-6302. You can also check out our website at childstudies.umd.edu.


This week’s vendors include:
Roy and Arti’s Kitchen and Garden: Prepared Indonesian cuisine and vegetables
Valencia’s Produce: Berries, flowers and herbs
Amity Kitchen: Thai food, Spring Rolls and Mango Sticky Rice
Calvert Farm: Produce and fruits
Dicot Farm: Produce
Waltz Family Farm: Meat, eggs and cheeses
Alcoba Coffee: Guatemalan coffee by the pound and by the cup
Designed Naturally: Natural bead jewelry
Baker Charley: Gluten free bread and baked goods
Christiane’s Designs: Knit hats, gloves, scarves, pet and baby items
Unique Eats and Scents: Hand creams and preserves
Inge’s Crochet: Hand made crochet items
Peacesake Candles: Soy based candles in multiple scents
Heavenly Created Desserts: Hot dogs and desserts
The Wood Dr.: Handmade wooden items
Terrapin Care Center: Chiropractic services
Double Sharp: Local Musicians
If you or someone you know is interested in becoming a vendor for our market please let us know.  We are always looking for more vendors. Our criteria is that the items have to be hand made.  If you prepare food- we are looking for other prepared food vendors.  Lastly, we are looking for a bread vendor.  If you know of a local company that would like to sell bread at our market please stop by the market’s information table to speak with either Julie or one of the Market’s Board members.


Sunday-Pet Adoption Event
Sunday, June 4, 10 AM-1 PM
Granville Gude Park & Lakehouse
8300 Mulberry Street, Laurel, MD 20707

Wanted: Pet Lovers! Come out and meet some of our furry friends that need a home! Councilwoman Mary Lehman has adopted from the shelter and would love to see you do the same.

MEET THE MUSICIANS: Patrice Fisher and Carlos Valladares playing from noon until 1pm

Latin jazz harpist, Patrice Fisher favors the music of Brazil and Cuba, saying that, not only is the harp ‘comfortable’ harmonically with the music, but that she herself is drawn to the rhythmic complexities and syncopations: “that’s what makes you want to dance.” Patrice is a graduate of Tulane University and University of New Orleans. She lives in New Orleans, where she has been composing and performing since the 1980’s. She has also appeared at many international jazz festivals with her group, “Arpa,” in locations such as Germany, Brazil, Mexico and Guatemala. Patrice has 15 CDs of original music, the latest being “Resilience.” She has performed for more than 30 years at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. Patrice regularly performs throughout the world as a guest artist with international jazz musicians. You can see videos of Patrice Fisher’s original compositions at www.youtube.com/watch?v=jMxQ4RHlUbs
& music clips at www.reverbnation.com/patricefisherandarpa
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Jun
1
2017

Join us to Help Plan Public Improvements to the Hollywood Commercial District

Please mark your calendar. On Wednesday, June 14, 2017, 7-9 pm, at the Youth and Family Services Building 4912 Nantucket Road, the City will be hosting a public meeting to seek your input about the Hollywood streetscape project. Details are in the flyer below.

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May
31
2017

County Police is Hiring Police Cadets

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May
30
2017

North College Park Crime Map: May 22-28, 2017

 

Address Type
4700 Blk Cherry Hill RD Theft
9600 Blk Baltimore AVE Theft  from auto
9500 Blk Baltimore AVE Stolen  Veh
9000 Blk Baltimore AVE Theft from auto
9000 Blk Baltimore AVE Theft from auto
3500 blk Marlborough DR Theft
May
29
2017

Mosquito Spraying and Exclusion from Spaying in City

During the spring and summer, the City of College Park cooperates with the Maryland Department of Agriculture (MDA) to identify and control mosquito populations. Larviciding treatments are done by MDA personnel beginning in late May/early June, continuing throughout the summer.

Requests for local spraying should be made to the City’s Department of Public Works, which will be forwarded to MDA. MDA will survey the area of concern prior to spraying, using traps and landing rate counts, and may request access to your property to place a trap. If count thresholds are met, MDA may make a control spray application. Wednesday night is the designated time when spraying for adult mosquitoes occurs in College Park.

To make a spray request, please contact the City’s Department of Public Works at 240-487-3590 or publicworks@collegeparkmd.gov. Please provide the following information: name, address, contact phone and email, problem area, time of day when mosquitoes are the worst, and any area of stagnant water in the vicinity.

Residents can request exclusion from the adult spray program by completing this exemption form (http:// www.collegeparkmd.gov/document_center/PublicWorks/RecyclingCoordinator/NewExemption 20161.pdf) and returning it to:
Program Supervisor
Mosquito Control Section
50 Harry S. Truman Parkway,
Annapolis, MD 21401

HELPFUL TIPS
The Asian tiger mosquito is active during the day and only breeds in containers of standing water (i.e. around humans). Residents are encouraged to find and eliminate all sources. Look for unused containers, buckets, toys, bird baths, flower pots and saucers, tarps, corrugated drainpipes, free-standing basketball hoops and store them so they don’t hold water. Make sure gutters are clean and work with neighbors to identify potential mosquito breeding areas.

For permanent areas of standing water (ponds, rain barrels, etc.), mosquito “torpedoes” can be used to target and kill mosquito larvae. The City’s Department of Public Works has mosquito torpedoes available for residents during office hours, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

For more information:
City of College Park Department of Public Works 9217 51st Ave. College Park, MD 20740 (240) 487-3590 publicworks@collegeparkmd.gov

May
28
2017

SMARTLEAF Compost and Wood Mulch are available!

Does your garden need a little tender loving care? Maybe it’s time to replenish your tired soil with compost!

Does your flower beds dry out too quickly, or are you tired of pulling weeds? We have wood mulch to help conserve soil moisture and inhibit weed growth.

Both may be picked-up at DPW Monday-Friday from 8:00-11:30am and 1:00-3:00pm.

Delivery is available for an additional fee.

For more information call 240-487-3593 or email jmccaslin@collegeparkmd.gov.

Here you can find more about College Park’s SMARTLEAF Compost program

May
27
2017

Today at the Hollywood Farmers Market

 

Vol. 3 Issue 6 – Happy Memorial Day!

Thank you to all the those who lost their lives fighting for our freedoms.  Please remember that the Veteran’s Memorial Committee will hold their Memorial Day event at the College Park Veteran’s Memorial on the Corner of Rt. 1 and Greenbelt Road on Monday, May 11:00am to 1:00pm.

The College Park VFW (detailed information below) will sell poppies at the market in honor of Memorial Day.  Want to know what Memorial Day and Poppies are related?  Here is a website with more information.  http://www.greatwar.co.uk/article/remembrance-poppy.htm

We will be offering Senior Saturday again this weekend.  If you are 65+ and live in College Park (must have proof of residency), please stop by the Market Information Table to receive $5.00 in coupons to use at the market only on May 27th between 9 and noon.  Please return all unused coupons back to the information table.

If you or someone you know is interested in becoming a vendor for our market please let us know.  We are always looking for more vendors. Our criteria is that the items have to be hand made.  If you prepare food- we are looking for other prepared food vendors.  Lastly, we are looking for a bread vendor.  If you know of a local company that would like to sell bread at our market please stop by the market’s information table to speak with either Julie or one of the Market’s Board members.

This week’s vendors include:
Roy and Arti’s Kitchen and Garden: Prepared Indonesian cuisine and vegetables
Valencia’s Produce: Berries, flowers and herbs
Amity Kitchen: Thai food, Spring Rolls and Mango Sticky Rice
Calvert Farm: Produce and fruits
Dicot Farm: Produce
Waltz Family Farm: Meat, eggs and cheeses
Alcoba Coffee: Guatemalan coffee by the pound and by the cup
Designed Naturally: Natural bead jewelry
Baker Charley: Gluten free bread and baked goods
Christiane’s Designs: Knit hats, gloves, scarves, pet and baby items
Unique Eats and Scents: Hand creams and preserves
Inge’s Crochet: Hand made crochet items
Unique Eats and Scents: pickles, honey, preserves and soaps
Peacesake Candles: Soy based candles in multiple scents
Heavenly Created Desserts: Hot dogs and desserts
The Wood Dr.: Handmade wooden items
MEET THE VENDOR: PHILLIPS-KLEINER POST 5627
Veterans of Foreign Wars History:
The VFW traces its roots back to 1899 when veterans of the Spanish-American War (1898) and the Philippine Insurrection (1899-1902) founded local organizations to secure rights and benefits for their service: Many arrived home wounded or sick. There was no medical care or veterans’ pension for them, and they were left to care for themselves.In their misery, some of these veterans banded together and formed organizations with what would become known as the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States. After chapters were formed in Ohio, Colorado and Pennsylvania, the movement quickly gained momentum. By 1915, membership grew to 5,000; by 1936, membership was almost 200,000.Since then, the VFW’s voice had been instrumental in establishing the Veterans Administration, creating a GI Bill for the 20th century, the development of the national cemetery system and the fight for compensation for Vietnam vets exposed to Agent Orange and for veterans diagnosed with Gulf War Syndrome. In 2008, VFW won a long-fought victory with the passing of a GI Bill for the 21st Century, giving expanded educational benefits to America’s active-duty service members, and members of the Guard and Reserves, fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan.The VFW also has fought for improving VA medical centers services for women veterans.

Besides helping fund the creation of the Vietnam, Korean War, World War II and Women in Military Service memorials, the VFW in 2005 became the first veterans’ organization to contribute to building the new Disabled Veterans for Life Memorial, which opened in November 2010.

Annually, the nearly 1.7 million members of the VFW and its Auxiliaries contribute more than 8.6 million hours of volunteerism in the community, including participation in Make A Difference Day and National Volunteer Week.

From providing over $3 million in college scholarships and savings bonds to students every year, to encouraging elevation of the Department of Veterans Affairs to the president’s cabinet, the VFW is there.

Our Local Post:
Phillips-Kleiner Post 5627, was organized and chartered with members who honorably served in the Army, Navy, Marine Corps and the Air Force of the United States of America on October 13, 1945.

On September 29, 1967 5627 was chartered as being a Perpetual Post in the Veterans Of Foreign Wars of the United States of America.

In 1991-1992 it was an All-American VFW Post

Men’s Auxiliary Chartered on August 22, 2007

2014-2015:
All-American VFW Post

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