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It has been observed that some of the residents of Edenwood are trying to control their squirrel population with BB guns. This could be both dangerous and illegal. One resident reported that she had suffered glass damage because of this. Using a wire trap might be better to catch your squirrels and then release them somewhere else, If you have a severe problem, you might consider calling a pest company to help you get rid of them.
MINUTES OF THE SPRING MEETING OF THE ENA
The Spring Meeting of the Edenwood Neighborhood Association was held at the Broadacres Baptist Church on Thursday night, March 27. Approximately 60 people attended.
The people gathered at 6:30 p.m. for supper that was catered by Paul Bessinger and 51 people ate barbeque with all the trimming. Following supper, Dr. Pete Cassidy called the meeting to order at 7:15. Several people came for the meeting that had not been present for supper.
The Financial Report was given by Lloyd Powell and was accepted for information.
During the business session, Mrs. Mildred Corbett was elected to serve as Vice President to fill the position left vacant when Mrs. Peggy West moved to join her family in Largo, Florida.
Street Captains who helped deliver the newsletter were recognized for their service.
Mrs. Janice Mixon gave a good report concerning the Edenwood Swimming Pool and reminded us that the pool was established 50 years ago and has functioned since that time. She encouraged us to support the pool and its activities.
The evening's program was presented by three representatives from Still Hopes Retirement Home.
A drawing was held and the table decorations were given to the lucky ticket holders. The meeting was adjourned.