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Barbara Anderson, Salem News Columnist and  Executive Director of Citizens for Limited Taxation, Speaks at the October MPNA Meeting

October 14, 2014

October 14, 2014
Tuesday, 6:30 PM
Moose Hall
50 Grove St., Salem

Barbara Anderson, Salem News Columnist and  Executive Director of Citizens for Limited Taxation, will discuss the upcoming election.

Dana Menon, Salem Planning Department, will review renovations to Patten Park, at the corner of School and Buffum Streets.

The presentation starts promptly at 7:00 p.m., following a 6:30 p.m. pre-meeting social including refreshments.

Christine Lutts, of The Friends of Greenlawn Cemetery, Speaks at the September MPNA Meeting

September 6, 2014

September 9, 2014
Tuesday, 6:30 PM
Moose Hall
50 Grove St., Salem

Christine Lutts, Co-Chairman of The Friends of Greenlawn Cemetery, will discuss the Friends’ good work with Greenlawn and answer questions.

The presentation starts promptly at 7:00 p.m., following a 6:30 p.m. pre-meeting social including refreshments.

MPNA Yard Sale – cancelled today, ON for tomorrow

June 14, 2014

To all our Friends and Neighbors: We will not be having our yard sale today, due to the weather. But we are still on for tomorrow, Sunday June 15th from 8 am to 2 pm at 111 Mason Street. Thank you.

Correction -MPNA Yardsale at 111 Mason Street

June 13, 2014

The MPNA Yardsale, tomorrow, Saturday June 14 and Sunday June 15th, is to be held at 111 Mason Street, not 11 Mason Street as previously posted.

If you’re donating, be sure to drop off at 111 Mason Street.

We regret the error, and look forward to seeing you over the weekend!

MPNA Yard Sale – Sat June 14, Sun June 15

June 11, 2014

2014 MPNA Annual Yard Sale:

Saturday, June 14 and Sunday, June 15
8 a.m. – 2 p.m.
111 Mason Street Salem MA

All proceeds from the sale will help provide refreshments for the the Mack Park Neighborhood Association’s monthly meetings, and help with its ongoing neighborhood improvement initiatives.

 


Donations
We welcome your donated items for sale. If you’d like to donate, please check the list below, to ensure we’re able to accept your items.

You may drop off your donations at 111 Mason Street, on:

Fri. June 14 from 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Sat. June 15 from 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 a.m.

Contact us with any challenges regarding these drop off times: 978-745-3281, or mackparkorg@gmail.com


 
We’re able to accept the following items, in good condition:
 

Clean Women’s, Men’s, Baby’s and Children’s Clothing
Hats, coats, sweaters, vests, shirts, blouses, pants, jeans, shorts, dresses, skirts, PJs, nightgowns, robes, shoes and slippers.

Entertainment Items
Books, records, board games, DVDs, CDs, VCR and cassette tapes.

Linens
Sheets, pillowcases, curtains, blankets, bedspreads, throw rugs, tablecloths, towels, bureau scarves.

Household Items
Pots and pans, dishes, baking pans, knickknacks, glasses, serving platters, cups and saucers, lamps, pictures,silverware and utensils, clocks.

Furniture
Tables, end tables, bureaus, chairs, coffee tables, night tables, beds.

Miscellaneous items in good condition
Yard tools,holiday decor, sporting goods, carpenter tools, children’s toys, pocketbooks, mechanical tools, bikes and riding toys, jewelry.

Unfortunately we cannot accept the following items, unless you can to retake them if they are not sold: Appliances, microwaves, computers, used tires, paint.

Neil Chayet of CBS/WBZ’s “Looking at the Law™” Speaks at the June MPNA Meeting

June 4, 2014

June 10, 2014
Tuesday, 6:30 PM
Moose Hall
50 Grove St., Salem

MACK PARK NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION MEETING

Neil Chayet host of CBS/WBZ’s “Looking at the Law™” Discusses “Public Safety & Responsibility” at June’s Mack Park Neighborhood Association Meeting.

Paul Tucker, Salem Police Department Chief and candidate for State Representative for the City of Salem will provide and introduction and Q & A.

 

The presentation starts promptly at 7:00 p.m., following a 6:30 p.m. pre-meeting social including refreshments.

Mack Park Spring Clean Up

June 2, 2014

This past week, Mack Park benefited from a spring cleanup, thanks to inmates from the Lawrence Correctional Center.

Trash, winter- and fall-accumulated debris, as well as overgrown vines and brush were bagged and removed from the park, readying it for summer usage.  Inmates also created a garden space around Mack Park’s new flagpole.

This is not the first time Sheriff Cousins has provided the park with the helping hands of inmates. For the past few years, the Sheriff’s Department has generously participated in the park’s spring maintenance, as part of their community service program.

During the week-long cleanup, members of the Mack Park Neighborhood Association provided robust meals for the inmates, in appreciation of their hard work, which makes a significant impact each year on the condition of Mack Park.

Thank you Sheriff Cousins and Lawrence Correctional Center, for your support. We hope to see your return, for years to come.

 

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