Wednesday, December 10, 2014

What a great time we had at the December meeting of the RPCC

RPCC business included updates from SDFD, Jimmie Slack of Councilwoman Myrtle Cole's office, Officer Terry Hoskins, Jannell Jackson of Assembly Member Shirley Weber's office and Darnisha Hunter from Mayor Falconer's office.

Officer Hoskins reported the apprehension of a parolee who was caught stealing over 25 UPS packages from neighborhoods in San Diego. Descriptions from neighbors using the NextDoor app were used to identify the suspect. Great job using NextDoor as an online Neighborhood Watch! Lilly, the new principal at

Rolando Park elementary introduced herself to our community.

Lots of holiday gifts were donated by Rolando Park residents for teens at the Polinsky's Children Center.

Many residents attending tonight's festivities won Chargers tickets and some won parking passes to next Sunday's game. These box seat tickets/passes were generously given to us by Jimmie Slack, Myrtle Cole and the Mayor's office for all of the hard work accomplished this year building our Rolando Park community.

From everyone in the Rolando Park Community Council, we wish you a wonderful and memorable holiday season!
Edith Smith arranged for donated coffee from Starbucks.


Darnisha Hunter from the Mayor's office

Goodies from the neighbors.

Jimmie Slack from Councilmember Cole's office

Our Mayor featured on a business magazine.  More jobs for San Diego

Our new Rolando Park Elementary School principal Irazema Valdivieso.

Officer Dan of SDFD

Officer Hoskins of SDPD

Happy Chargers ticket winners

Some of the neighbors who donated gifts to Polinsky Children's Center

Jannell Jackson of Assemblymember Shirley Weber's office

RPCC President giving Chargers tickets to one of our door prize winners

Saturday, November 29, 2014

Come and Join Us at the December 8, 7 PM Meeting of the Rolando Park Community Council

We are asking neighbors to bring a finger food to share, but we want your presence most of all so please come with or without a  contribution.

The December meeting
is a fun, social time, a little business, a lot of neighborliness.  Looking forward to seeing you Monday December 8 at Rolando Park Elementary School, 6620 Marlowe Drive.

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Great events took place in Rolando Park in November

Neighbors had a chance to dialogue with the Mayor and Senior infrastructure staff about projects in Rolando Park at the Meet the Mayor event.

Our November meeting at the Kroc Center included the election of the 2015 RPCC board and a wonderful song presentation from the Kroc Kids Junior Theater.  Officer Terry Hoskins and Myrtle Cole's Chief of Staff Jimmie Slack, shared information and fielded questions from neighbors.
The University Avenue Improvement Group met at Bourre Southern Cuisine with special guest Reese Jarrett, President of Civic San Diego.  Mr. Jarrett suggested ways to meet our goals of improving the Rolando Park business district.

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Saturday November 8 RPCC will be at the Kroc Center for an 11 AM meeting

This IS the November meeting for the RPCC.  Come to the Kroc Center Community Room in the Administration Building on the east side of the complex (near University and 69th Street).

We will start with a mix and mingle with your neighbors - refreshments provided by Kroc Catering.

There will be a chance for Q and A with Jimmie Slack of Myrtle Cole's office and Terry Hoskins our SDPD Community Relations Officer.

We will elect the 2015 RPCC Board.

Volunteer Opportunities will be available for sign up - everything from Coordinating our Canyon Clean Ups to acting as our Social Media Contact.

The event will complete with a performance from Kroc Kids Theater.

A coloring table will be available for parents to supervise their children during the event.

RPCC is growing and moving in all kinds of exciting directions.  Come out and join us.  It's YOUR neighborhood.  Get involved.  Create a voice for yourself.

Monday, October 20, 2014

Rolando Park Community Council Oct Meeting recognized 10 years of service by the RPCC

Assemblywoman Shirley Weber presents
We celebrated 10 years of RPCC. There were cupcakes and a PowerPoint of RPCC history ran in a continuous loop. We recognized all former board members present with special acknowledgement to the Reverend Mr. Budlove, one of the founding members of RPCC.

John Hartley presented on the Clean Elections Initiative. A signup sheet was passed around for those who were interested in providing support.

We had a surprise visit from Assemblywoman Shirley Weber.

Gerrie Flaven presented the slate of board candidates for 2015. We are still looking for a TREASURER. Let us know if you are interested.

Gerrie reminded people to attend the next RPCC meeting on SATURDAY Nov 8 at 11:00 AM at the Kroc Center. Additionally she encouraged people to attend the Meet the Mayor, hosted by RPCC at Rolando Park Elementary School on Thursday Nov 13 at 5 PM.

Gail Stevens and Ben Bell presented our beautiful new banner signs, paid for by the Building Strength and Community in Rolando Park grant. 

Gail Stevens and Ben Bell present banner
See you in November at the Kroc Center.