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Timothy Corrigan honored by French Heritage Society Interior designer Timothy Corrigan will jet off to New York this fall to be honored by the French Heritage Society for his interior design work in the French style. The black-tie gala will be held in the grand ballroom at

New York’s Pierre Hotel Corrigan recently restored the Chateau du Grand-Luce in France’s Loire Valley, and has been featured in numerous magazines and television shows. Named one of the world’s top 100 architects and

designers by Architectural Digest magazine for the past nine years, Corrigan’s work can be seen in the homes of European and Middle Eastern royalty, Hollywood celebrities and corporate leaders. The Hancock Park resident

Wilshire Wilshire Rotary’s Rotary’s

Christmas Tree Lot on Larchmont!

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OpenFreshly Daily Cut Thru December Oregon Trees, 23 10 a.m.Firtoand 8 p.m. Douglas Noble, Wreaths & Garlands Tabletop to 10 foot sizes available Fresh–cut Douglas, Pre-ordered Noble, trees available for selection & pickup November Nordmann, Fraziers29

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keeps offices in Los Angeles and Paris. Proceeds will support grants to restore French architectural gems in the U.S. and France and to teach students, professionals and the general public about French historic treasures. HANCOCK PARK resident was named one of world’s top architects and designers.

Help out with skills, and Thanksgiving Big Sunday is seeking donors and volunteers for its annual Thanksgiving program, as well as people to share their special talents with non-profits. The group will give away bags full of Thanksgiving dinners to more than 1,000 families, including vets, the homeless, low-income families and food pantries. Donations of both food and supermarket gift cards are needed, as well as volunteers

to sort, stuff and hand out the bags on Wed., Nov. 26 from 9 a.m. to noon at the Big Sunday office, 6111 Melrose Ave. Breakfast will be served to participants. The PROBOlist—connects those offering skills to those who need them, from accountants, dentists, doctors to electricians, lawyers and landscapers and yoga instructors. Contact atrob@bigsunday.org or call 323-549-9944.

& Silvertip Firs Sunday, November 29 Wreaths and Garlands

thru Wednesday, December 23 Weekdays - 3 to 7 pm, Delivery AvAilAble Weekends - 10 am to 8 pm

568 N. Larchmont Blvd. • 323-464-1935 568(Between North Larchmont Blvd. Beverly & Melrose) If you’re goingfrom to buy Christmas treesTree this year, please helpRotary Rotary invest in our comNet proceeds the Christmas Lot go to the International munity. 100% of the go to The Wilshire Rotary Foundation are spent Foundation and theproceeds Wilshire Rotary Foundation to benefit& Rotary in support of humanitarian, educational, and cultural programs and their operaService Projects in our community and around the world. tions. So celebrate the holidays and know that your money spent at our lot is going to help others — a win, win for everyone!!! Our Christmas Tree lot is located on For more information visit www.rotary.org or www.wilshirerotary.org Larchmont Blvd. across from Page Private School (between Beverly & Melrose).

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Our meeting agenda will include a review of Association activities during 2014, block captains, public safety, land use issues and other community concerns and speeches by commanders of local police stations and other civic officials. Association Directors for 2015 will be elected and the 2014 Squeaky Wheel award will be presented to a neighbor whose efforts improved the quality of life in Windsor Square. Our annual meeting is a good opportunity to meet, socialize and discuss issues of mutual concern with Association directors, block captains and other Windsor Square residents, and to meet with police officers, civic officials, private security companies and others who provide services to our neighborhood.

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The Windsor Square Association promotes public safety, social welfare, community education and the quality of living for residents of 1,100 homes in Windsor Square, between Beverly Boulevard on the north and Wilshire Boulevard on the south, and between Arden Boulevard on the west and Van Ness Avenue on the east.

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Residents of Windsor Square are invited to the Windsor Square Association annual “Town Hall� meeting at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, November 13th, 2014 at The Ebell, 743 South Lucerne Boulevard (between Wilshire and 8th).

We look forward to seeing you there!

Angelique Campen, MD, FACEP Board Certified UCLA Physician 323-788-3409

The Windsor Square Association, an all-volunteer group of residents from 1100 households between Beverly and Wilshire and Van Ness and Arden, works to preserve and enhance our beautiful neighborhood. Join with us! Drop us a line at 157 N. Larchmont Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90004, or visit our website at windsorsquare.org. ADV.

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