Each month Westworth Village residents are invited to attend a city-wide luncheon sponsored by CCPD (Crime Control and Prevention District). In addition to receiving valuable information about current community issues, hearing guest speakers and eating great food, the luncheon provides residents an opportunity to meet their neighbors, visit with Police and City staff, and interact with elected officials.
Students from Burton Hill Elementary School provide art work for the residents to vote for their favorite piece. The winning artist is then invited to attend the next month’s luncheon to be honored by the residents and receive an Excellence in Art award from Police Chief Reim.
In November, 2nd graders submitted “3-D” art. Lilyann Morales’ piece received the most votes and she was invited to the December luncheon. Chief Reim is pictured with Lilyann along with her winning art piece and award.
Tommy Weaver, the 1st County Marshall in Westworth Village celebrated his 90th birthday at the luncheon. Mr. Weaver moved to the Village in 1951 and continues to be a active resident and community supporter!
The next luncheon will be held on January 14th with a guest speaker and more great artwork. For more information about the luncheon contact City Hall at 817-710-2500.