Tag Archive for East Lynn Community Association

Help ELCA Improve Kiley Park

From the East Lynn Community Association website:  Kiley Park to have new play structure! 10 more volunteers from the community are needed to assemble the new equipment which is being donated for our children! Let’s show the kids we care enough to get this installed for them! This playset will accommodate 15 to 20 children.…

ELCA announces 3rd Annual Fall Resource Fair

  The East Lynn Community Association will co-host its 3rd Annual Resource Fair with the PTO of Ingalls Elementary School on Tuesday, November 15th from 6:30-8:00 p.m. at Ingalls Elementary, One Collins Street Terrace, in Lynn. There is no admission charge and everyone–of any age or area of Lynn–is welcome. Organizations’ tables for displays will…

ELCA School Committee Candidates’ Forum Video

  On Wednesday, September 14th, the East Lynn Community Association held a forum for School Committee Candidates. The eight candidates sat in a row taking questions submitted by voters in advance, read by moderator Tom Sheehan, at Temple Ahabat Shalom on Ocean Street. The video is split into three sections for easier navigation.  

Complete Video of ELCA Councilor-At-Large Debate

Just as in the last local election, LynnHappens will post debate videos without commentary or edits. The East Lynn Community Association sponsored the first of this season’s, the Councilor-at-Large Debate at Temple Ahabat Shalom on Wednesday, July 13th, 2011.   Part 1 Part 2 Part 3

Clean Sweep Cancelled

From the ELCA: “The Clean Sweep for today is cancelled due to rain and wet conditions at the park. Please advise your team members. We are asking that you reschedule your cleanup to any time during the next two weeks that is convenient for your team. Even if it doesn’t rain more, the DCR cannot set…

2nd Annual ELCA Clean Sweep to the Sea June 25

The East Lynn Community Association & Friends of Lynn / Nahant Beach are organizing their 2nd annual city-wide cleanup on June  25th.   Picture by Tom Sheehan of Lynn-side Edition   From their website: “We challenge you to get your friends and neighbors, co-workers, and organizations together and pick a spot to clean! It can…

ELCA State of the City Address

This is the long anticipated State of the City Address, delivered by Mayor Judith Flanagan Kennedy at the Lynn Museum on May 1st, 2011. Following the Mayor’s speech, audience members were allowed to ask questions, and then stay for a reception with refreshments served by ELCA volunteers. The event was organized by the East Lynn…