September ‘University City News’ in print and online!

September 2016

Courtesy of University City Community Association:

September 2016
September 2016

The September print newsletter, designed and published by University City Community Association, comes out Labor Day weekend.

The UCCA newsletter and website are comprised of information sent to the editor and/or webmaster. We have no have reporters, photographers or staff. We are a group of volunteers who are doing our best to keep University City residents informed. You are welcome to write and submit articles and story suggestions that pertain to University City community and residents.

Thanks to all who contributed news and features to the September print issue. We’ve seen a preview and it’s going to be another great one. It features a recap of summer events and photos, including the Dog Days of Summer. Could your pup be one of those featured? You’ll have to take a look at the September issue to find out.

The print newsletter also contains information about the new Tot Lot that is under construction at University Village Park, Doyle Recreation Council’s Celebrating Diversity event, Curie’s Craft Fair, EdUCate’s Oktoberfest, the additional electric transformer boxes that are seeking local artists, free movie night at Standley Park, and much more.

The print newsletter will be available at University City libraries and recreation centers beginning Friday afternoon, September 2, and delivered to homes in south University City over the weekend.

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