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FHL Newsletter

JUNE 20, 2002


IN THIS ISSUE
Community Input Session, June 26; Help Shape the High Line's Future
Friends of the High Line Summer Benefit Dinner, Wednesday, July 10


Help Shape the High Line's Future
Attend an important Community Input Session
Wednesday, June 26; 7:00-10:00 PM
The O'Henry Learning Center
333 West 17th Street, between 8th & 9th Avenues

Friends of the High Line urges all members of the communities through which the High Line runs to attend this important community input session. Presenters will include representatives from Hamilton Rabinovitz & Alschuler, Beyer Blinder Belle, and Gary Edward Handel & Associates, who will brief attendees about the progress of FHL's feasibility study, which is currently being conducted for the Bloomberg administration. Your wishes and concerns for the future of your neighborhood can affect the shape of this study, as well as future plans for the High Line, if you share them with us at this crucial moment. We hope you'll join us and that you'll encourage your neighbors, colleagues, and friends to attend. RSVP at info@thehighline.org; or 212-228-6947.


A Summer Dinner to benefit
Friends of the High Line

In the Clerestory Hall of
MARTH STEWART LIVING OMNIMEDIA, INC.
At the Starrett-Lehigh Building
601 West 26th Street, 9th floor

July 10, 2002
Cocktails 7:00 pm
Dinner 8:00
Tickets start at $500

Notice: The Drinking and Dancing event ($150 tickets) after the dinner had to be rescheduled to the fall due to changes in the availability of the space.

Get more information about the event. Purchase tickets for the event.


Thanks,

Robert Hammond - robert@thehighline.org
Joshua David - josh@thehighline.org
Co-Founders
Friends of the High Line




Friends of The High Line is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and reuse of the High Line, an elevated rail structure on the West Side of Manhattan.

Friends of The High Line
P.O. Box 1469
New York, NY 10113-1469

(212) 606-3720 telephone
info@thehighline.org e-mail
http://www.thehighline.org web site



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