The Lavaca Neighborhood Association usually begins the year with a neighborhood potluck. The event draws a lot people, both members and non-members, and it also serves as the organization’s annual meeting, where new officers are elected.
Thanks to the resurgence of COVID, the annual event - originally scheduled for January — is being pushed back to February. Details for the rescheduled meeting are still being put in place, but, if there’s an in-person component — like a potluck dinner — it will probably be held at an outdoor venue.
Whether or not the potluck can be held, the plan is to go forward with the election of officers in February, according to LNA president Cherise Rohr-Allegrini. The board is working on an online option to be available as well as in person voting.
Jane Gennarelli is co-editor of LNF Weekly. She also edits the Lavaca & Friends weekly arts and entertainment newsletter.
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