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FEBRUARY 3 Two legislators at WNA meeting tonight: This evening at 7 p.m. at the ZOOM virtual Woodstock Neighborhood Association February General Meeting, State Representatives Rob Nosse and Karin Power, from Districts 42 and 41 respectively, will discuss the 2021 term, with a focus on addressing homelessness. Open to all. To attend, the ZOOM link to put into your browser is Meeting ID: 979 8472 3663. Or, go online for the link to –

FEBRUARY 13 All Saints collects warming items and food today: Today, 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., is a time to drop off warming items (hats, gloves, jackets, blankets, sleeping bags at the All Saints Episcopal Church "Winter Warmth Drive", at S.E. Woodstock Boulevard at 41st – deadline extended due to need – and to contribute food items for the church's "Woodstock Pantry". Learn more at – – and at –


Woodstock Neighborhood Assn. Bingo: Today, for Valentine's Day, you can show some love for Woodstock by downloading the Woodstock Neighborhood Association Bingo game card, and begin to fulfill some of the squares – such as, "Order Take Out from a Woodstock Restaurant", "Visit a Neighborhood Park", "Sign Up for the WNA Newsletter", or "Share a Pic of Something You Love About the Neighborhood." Winners will receive a gift from a neighborhood business. To download the Bingo card, and for game instructions, go online –

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