I hope this finds all of you doing well. To be candid with you, this will be the shortest Mayor’s letter that I have ever written. Everything in the city seems to be going well. We have an excellent council and city employees, processes are in place and things are running smoothly.
As the Holidays quickly approach I would like to remind you of a few items. This year’s annual St. Regis Park Holiday Extravaganza will be held on Sunday, December 9th, from 4:00 to 6:00 PM at St. Andrew United Church of Christ, 2608 Browns Lane. Food, Refreshments, a visit from Santa and good old family fun and fellowship will occur.
Also, as some of you new to the neighborhood may not know, Boy Scout Troop 386 annually sells live Christmas Trees at St. Andrew United Church of Christ. Sales run from Late-November through mid December.
If you’re planning to purchase a cut tree, support the Boy Scouts of Troop 386. Proceeds go for summer camp, adventure trips and camping gear.
As Thanksgiving approaches, it provides us the opportunity to be thankful for what we have and to support those less fortunate. I encourage all of you to enjoy your friends and family as you gather around the dinner table. Life is short and you may have a chance to be with people this year that won’t be here next year. On a personal note, I am very thankful to our City staff and Council Members, all of whom are committed to working together to make a positive and lasting contribution to the City of St. Regis Park. I am indeed fortunate to serve with such dedicated
individuals who truly care about our community. I am confident that together we will continue to achieve remarkable things.
On behalf of the City of St. Regis Park, I wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving and Remember, the City of St. Regis Park is a great place to live. Together, we will make it even better!
Brandt Davis, Mayor