Cordata Neighborhood Association monthly news & updates
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Welcome Back!
Can you believe it, Summer ends in less than a month, and Fall is upon us. I hope your Summer was a good one. It sure was a hot one, wasn't it? Be certain to mark your calendar for the first Cordata Neighborhood Meeting to be held on Tuesday, September 11, 2018 at 7PM at the Birchwood Presbyterian Church located at 400 Meadowbrook Court, Bellingham, WA 98226.

You won't want to miss September's Meeting!
Your CNA has planned an exciting and informative meeting that will kick-off the 2018-2019 year. First, Adrienne Wren of the Cordata Community Food Coop will talk about how they support local farms, organize products, and the products health benefits. She will also talk about the organic nature of the Coop's many products. Also, if you like to cook, the Food Coop offers cooking classes on site, during the fall. (Now showing in Discover Magazine.)
Also, the three winners of the WCC Scholarship funded by the Cordata Neighborhood Association are invited to attend. Those winners are; Pukshar Sadat, Heather Bergeson, and Tim Tikhonov. This scholarship was set up three years ago by your Cordata Neighborhood Association to benefit students at local schools.

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There's no new word as to exactly when construction of the new traffic Round-About at Stuart and Cordata Parkway will begin. The last word we had was sometime in August 2018. But by time you receive this newsletter that time frame will have passed all of us by.
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English Conversation Class
Below is a copy of the flyer issued by the Whatcom Literacy Council about its English Conversion Class for those that are interested in attending.

On August 18, 2018 the Cordata Community Garden had a successful, and enjoyable work party. At the party a Cordata Food Coop Gift Card was presented to Mr. Alex Wynstra for his work on the new shed. Also, present were fifteen gardeners who were honored for their work on various garden projects, e.g., weeding, mowing, etc.
Cordata Neighborhood Association 4559 El Dorado Way #226, Bellingham, WA 98226

The Cordata Neighborhood Association is an all volunteer, non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization. This newsletter and other association activites are funded primarily from membership dues which are $10 a year per residence. We also gladly accept donations which, like the membership dues, are tax deductible. We encourage your participation and support.
Board of Directors, Mike Brunt, Carol Dukes, Marisa Ellis, Julie Guy, Bev Jacobs, Paul Kratzig, Pat Lynam and Ralph Myers