When: Tue, August 6, 6pm – 8pm

Where: Wardcliff Elementary School / Wardcliff Abilities Center, Meridian Charter Township, MI (map)
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The Wardcliff Neighborhood Association is excited to announce the 8th annual WNA Cabin Fever event on Sunday, February 24, 2019 from 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM.  This year, we will be returning to Ellison Brewery and Spirits!

Sunday, February 24, 2019
1:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Ellison Brewery and Spirits

You are invited to come out and celebrate the anticipated arrival of Spring! Come out and meet your neighbors, share some snacks and have some fun! It’s time to shake off the cold!

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2018 WNA Fall Fun Fest

Sunday, October 21

2:00 pm to 4:00 pm.

We will gather in the front yard of the Wardcliff School.

We will have Fun & Games for kids, Apple Cider & Donuts, Fixins for making S’mores and more.
Dress for Halloween if you like!

Hope you can Join us!

Facebook Event.


National Night Out 2018

National Night Out 2018

When: Tue, August 7, 6pm – 8pm

Where: Wardcliff Elementary School / Wardcliff Abilities Center, Meridian Charter Township, MI (map)
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Meet The Candidates

Join us for an evening with candidates who are running in the August 7th Primary Election and seeking to represent Meridian Township in the Michigan State Legislature. The candidates who are vying the 69th District House seat are Democrats Teri Banas, Julie Brixie and Penelope Tsernoglou and Republican George Nastas. Also participating will be Nancy E. Denny, Republican candidate for the State Senate 23rd district.

When: On Wednesday, July 18, 2018 at 6:00 PM

Where: Okemos Public Library, Community Room

Head over to our Facebook Event page for conversation and updates on the event!

Each candidate will first give a short summary about their background and their reasons for seeking elective office. The participants will then be asked to respond to several questions posed by the Forum Moderator.  This will be followed by an opportunity for members of the audience to ask additional questions. The final section of the Forum will be time for the candidates to meet and mingle with those in attendance.

As in the past, the goal of the WNA Candidate Forum is to present a discussion about issues facing our state government and our community. We want to learn what each candidate sees as the principal challenges that lie ahead and what their vision is for solving these problems.

The WNA Board looks forward to seeing our neighbors and friends from the Wardcliff Neighborhood at the 2018 Candidate Forum.


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