Trinidad Neighborhood Association Members who turned out for a clean up pose with a Department of Public Works Good Community Steward Award presented to TNA
There are lots of reasons to attend Trinidad Neighborhood Association meetings. It's a great organization with well run meetings, and a terrific way to learn more about what's happening in our community and how we can resolve issues and concerns. But tomorrow's meeting boasts a special guest, Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton. She'll discuss D.C. budget autonomy, Congressional oversight of Metro, and the federal minimum wage, among other topics. She'll also answer constituent questions and address neighborhood concerns.
The agenda also includes information on Catholic Charities services available to area residents in need. Those in attendance will also hear updates from MPD, the Mayor's office, the Ward 5 Councilmember's office, and (of course) from the Trinidad Neighborhood Association.
Tomorrow's meeting will take place at 7pm at the Trinidad Recreation Center (1310 Childress Street). There will be ASL interpretation. TNA Meetings are held the last Tuesday of every month. You can join the Trinidad Neighborhood Association for just $5 a year.