Agenda for JAN 9 OPCL General Membership Meeting at OPVRS. Chili Cook-off too!

View & download 1 page Agenda.

Ocean Park Volunteer Rescue Squad update & vision from Jay Kerr.

Recognition of new OPCL Officers by President Ryan Cochran.

OPCL Scholarship – Overview / Update – Betty Demers.

Crime Report from Jeff Wroblewski.

Sand replenishment update.

and more!

CHILI COOK-OFF INFO

Come out and warm up with your neighbors!

Adult beverages, cornbread, small bowls & spoons, power strips & extension cords provided.

Please bring your CHILI in a crockpot.

BABYSITTING IS NOW AVAILABLE

Please RSVP to communication@opcl.org or DM Jennifer in Facebook if you plan on BABYSITTING services.

We have experienced teen babysitters on-call, ready to play & color in an adjoining room.

OPVRS INFO

OPVRS is beloved Ocean Park Volunteer Rescue Squad and is located 3769 East Stratford Road. Google Maps directions.

PLEASE ENTER FROM DOOR OPPOSITE SHORE DRIVE.

Parking is limited so please walk or car pool if possible.

10th graders apply now to join new classes at Brock Environmental Center that will start SEPT 2020!

VBCPS is now accepting applications from current 10th grade students interested in attending the Environmental Studies Program, a new innovative program opening at the Brock Environmental Center in September 2020. Students have until Jan. 31.

10th graders, start here to begin application process:

Application Process

Before entering grade 11, students will apply for admission to the program in the fall of their sophomore year. An essay formulated around the topics of Sustainable Economics and Business Innovation, Social Sustainability and Environmental Sustainability and Natural Resource Stewardship will be included in the application and will be used to identify candidates who show a passion for and interest in the fields of study. . . .

“We would really like to see the city step up and take care of this area and implement Phase 4 and implement Phase 3 now,” said Ocean Park Civic League President Andrew Broyles.”

View video at 13NewsNow.com.

“nothing really safe there for pedestrians”

And:

“Shore Drive is the 3rd most traveled road in Virginia Beach”

Did you know it’ll be ~20 years between completing only 2 Phases of bringing Shore Drive up to the standards of the rest of the city.

Let’s step up and take care of this area now.

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