I think that Maplewood deserves to have at least one Sister City in the world. The questions I pose are: who should be our Sister City and why? There is a sanctioning organization, Sister Cities International, that apparently acts as a Match.com for municipalities and you can review their mission and services on their website. Please let me know what city you recommend and what your methodology...
I met with AARP yesterday to determine how to coordinate the AARP TEK Workshop series with the Senior Internet Café program. AARP will conduct a series of work shops at Maplewood City Hall in February or March of 2018 to teach seniors from our area on how to use Android devices (tablets and phones). A description of the program can be found at: . The workshops will be open to the AARP community...
Bring a packaged food item for Weekend on Wheels and get a dollar off of your breakfast.
We will be honoring veterans since it is Veteran’s Day by providing a free breakfast.
If you are vegetarian, please let me know as there will be a limited number of veggie “sausages” available.
Maplewood is a great place to live and we care about our environment. Not only do we have an active Sustainability Commission and we have received awards to prove it:
Maplewood is the EPA Green Power Community of the Year.
Maplewood has the nation’s first Green Dining District
If you want to see just how walkable our town is, go to Walkscore.com and put in your address.