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News Archive - Page 2 of 15 - Rosedale Development Association

Rainbow Summer program
Inside the Rainbow Summer Program

Starting on June 12, 100 Rainbow Summer Program scholars will be welcomed to Rainbow Mennonite Church with a group of energetic interns cheering “G-O-O-D M-O-R-N-I-N-G GOOD MORNING, GOOD MORNING!” Each day scholars will start with a time of singing, cheering, and hearing a Read Aloud guest from the community. Then they will work on reading […]

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From the UG: Storm debris pick up deadline is July 7
From the UG: Storm debris pick up deadline is July 7

Update about storm debris pick up from the Unified Government: Residents have until 5:00 pm on Friday, July 7 to contact 311 for assistance with removal of debris from last weekend’s high winds. Residents must place all debris at the curb as crews may not enter private property for removal. After the deadline the responsibility […]

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Christopher Webb Memorial Garden welcomes new gardeners

The Christopher Webb Memorial Garden sits behind Southwest Boulevard’s Crossfit Matters gym, near a Rozarks trail head at the corner of S. Minnie and Seminary Streets. Neighbors cooperatively grow many seasonal crops. Gardeners often individually tend the rows, but all gather for a workday and picnic the fourth Saturday morning of each month and welcome […]

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Welcome to Rosedale: New signs to be installed

Look up! Thanks to the hard work of neighborhood groups and local businesses, Rosedale will soon be receiving new signs to welcome people into the neighborhood. Hanover Heights, Spring Valley, Frank Rushton, and Hilltop Neighborhood Associations together with RDA received a grant from the Neighborhoods Rising Fund, managed by the Community Capital Fund and Greater […]

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Community Spotlight: Wildwood Outdoor Education Center

“My first day [at Wildwood] I didn’t have a favorite part because it was all happy.” These are the words of 8-year-old Josephine, who attended Camp Wildwood for her second year this month. Thanks to RDA’s partnership with the Wildwood Outdoor Education Center, dozens of Rosedale youth get to experience the magic of camp every […]

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RDA raises over $6,800 at first annual disc golf tournament

On Saturday, May 6, nearly 100 individuals gathered in Rosedale Park for RDA’s first disc golf tournament, the Rosedale Disc de Triomphe. With the help of our supportive business partners and individuals throughout the KC metro, the tournament raised over $6,800 to support the work of RDA in our community. Special thanks to event and […]

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Major Moves toward Rosedale Master Plan Implementation

The 2016 Rosedale Master Plan laid out a vision for big changes in Rosedale, and two of the “Major Moves” identified are advancing toward implementation. According to Zach Flanders, urban planner with the Unified Government (UG), “the University Town and Fisher Park Plan is taking a detailed look at the area around 39th Ave. and […]

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Rosedale Farmers Market produce
Rosedale Farmers Market adds new location to 2017 season

Fresh baked pies, lettuce, eggs, jams, handmade crafts and honey are just some of the things you’ll find every Sunday this season at the Rosedale Farmers Market. Come meet the farmers and be a part of the market from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sundays in the Commerce Bank parking lot at 4020 Rainbow […]

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Experiencing the world of Girl Scouts

Earning badges and selling cookies is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Girl Scouts, especially for Rosedale Troop 1685. From field trips to the fire station and LegoLand, to volunteering with animal shelters, and meeting community leaders, Rosedale’s Girl Scouts are always busy. While most famous for selling delicious cookies, at […]

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Dinner with your Data: Continuing the conversation

On June 23, 2016, more than 60 Rosedalians joined RDA for our “Dinner with your Data” event to review the results of the Rosedale Community Survey. Now it’s time to continue that conversation. Last year the community gathered together and reviewed the community survey data, with small groups discussing each section. After a formal data […]

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