Station Road Civic Association

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Station Road Civic Association

Who is SRCA ?

The non-profit Station Road Civic Association (SRCA) was formed in 2005 by Co-Presidents Chrissy Voskerichian and Rhea O’Gorman, largely as a response to pressing community concerns that were not being adequately addressed by the existing civic associations in the Auburndale community. In addition to co-presidents Chrissy Voskerichian and Rhea O’Ghorman, the SCRA board consists of vice-president Donna Rakitzis,secretary Amie Mizzi and webmaster Anthony Mizzi The impetus for establishing the Station Road Civic Association was to combat the encroachment of the automobile repair centers and the effects of their destructive business practices on the daily life of the residents of Auburndale. As time has progressed, several other community issues have been brought to the forefront and tackled as expeditiously as possible.

The Mission of SRCA

Since its inception the Station Road Civic Association has made it a goal and a mission to address all the needs of the community and to be a voice for the Auburndale community, a picturesque community with beautiful homes nestled amongst sprawling green trees. While the residents relish their beloved and bucolic community located in the heart of northwestern Queens, it is a bustling Queens neighborhood. There are many long-established businesses sprinkled alongside newer enterprises on busy Northern Boulevard. Restaurants, retail shops and many other professional businesses thrive in our Flushing enclave. This neighborhood houses citizens from many parts of the world.
The Station Road Civic Association is entrusted to meet the needs of the residents. Meetings are held once every two months to discuss all the pertinent community issues (quality of life issues, community concerns, complaints, and even complements). Representatives from the SCRA attend the Community Board 7 meetings, the 109 Police Precinct meetings and other relevant civic affairs gatherings. Some of the special guests who have attended our meetings and addressed our members include: State Senator Frank Padavan, Councilman Anthony Avella, Councilman Rory Lancman, Inspector Whalen, and many other respected community leaders.
The Station Road Civic Association holds fund raisers and charity drives. The Association and its members have been very supportive in donating time, money, food and clothing for the various charity events. “Toys for Tots” is an annual charity drive that has been successfully undertaken by the SCRA.

But it doesn’t stop there! Pruning trees, planting flowers, and supporting all the local parks and recreation services are also parts of the SRCA agenda.
It is through the membership, the sharing, the teamwork and partnerships that the work of the SCRA is successful. The Station Road Civic Association looks forward to adding new members to its association. Every member has something special and important to bring. We welcome you!

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