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A Visit With CMPD

Today a group of us from the Community Fund and First Ward Neighbors, Inc. spent some time with Captain Campagna of CMPD’s Central Division. We dropped-off a supply of Gatorade for the folks who will be on duty on Independence Day and talked First Ward. Each year the Community Fund supplies Gatorade as a way […]

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This Is First Ward

What makes First Ward special? First Ward is a neighborhood not a collection of sub-divisions. First Ward is a thriving community. Yesterday a young resident held a birthday party for her son. It was a great event and members of the community stepped up to make it so. Trinity Episcopal School allowed her to use its field so that […]

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First Ward Wednesday

First Ward Wednesday

  Don’t miss this month’s First Ward Wednesday! View this email in your browser YOU’RE INVITED…FIRST WARD WEDNESDAY   Wednesday, May 6th at 7th Street Public Market: 5:30pm – 7:00pm WHO: Anyone that lives or works in First Ward.WHAT:An informal meet-up with your neighbors.WHEN: Wednesday, May 6th from 5:30pm – 7:00pm (come when you can). […]

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Ground Breaking at First Ward Park

  Yesterday, Mecklenburg County held a ceremony to commemorate the ground breaking for First Ward Park. The Park is a much needed amenity for our neighborhood and the event was well attended. Bob Szymkiewicz, a long time resident and founder of the First Ward Community Fund, was a speaker at the event. Bob took time to […]

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Independence Day at The 1 House

Traditionally, on the Fourth of July, the First Ward Community Fund provides lunch for the crew on duty at Fire Station One. This year’s feast was provided thanks to the Community Fund and generous donations from Reid’s Fine Foods and Harris Teeter. Once again, the Station was open to neighborhood residents for tours. Bob Szymkiewicz […]

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This mural hangs in the Central Division office in First Ward

Lunch With Friends

Yesterday we took several, past and present, Central Division Officers to lunch. Those who attended enjoyed a great meal and those who had other commitments were missed (and yes, we talked about you). It was nice catching up with our friends who have moved to other areas of the city. Several have been promoted and […]

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First Ward Park

First Ward Park

Get a Sneak Peek at the First Ward Park Saturday November 9th 2013 10am—11:30am UNC Charlotte Center City 320 E. 9th Street Charlotte, NC 28202 Renderings of the new park will be available with Staff there to answer your questions about the new park. COME JOIN US!!      

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Bob Szy... with Marguerite Caputo Suppa and Tom Seaver.

Take a Slice Out of Cancer V

Last evening several residents of First Ward and members of our board attended the fifth annual Take a Slice Out of Cancer fundraiser at Villa Francesca. Each year the event gets bigger and better with a veritable who’s who of Charlotte in attendance. Now, while the event is a party, the emphasis is on defeating […]

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Bob Szymkiewicz talks education in First Ward.

School Supplies for First Ward

Today the First Ward Community Fund donated nearly $1,500 in school supplies to sixty-five children living in First Ward. Thanks to a generous donation from the NATCA Charitable Foundation we were able to supply our young residents with school supplies for the upcoming school year. In addition to these supplies, the High School and Middle […]

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Happy Fourth Y’all

Today I spent some time with our  friends at the CMPD Central Division Office. It’s always nice to catch-up with Lt. Cunningham and Officer Rowland. I did get to meet the new members of the leadership team and just hang out with the Police and chat. It seems all is well and solid plans are in […]

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