Her impression of the Melrose Trading Post articulates the wonder and excitement we hope every MTP first-timer experiences.
The story of her MTP experience is wrapped up with the following statements:
“If you ever suffer from buyer’s remorse, just remember that the Melrose Trading Post serves as a fundraiser for Fairfax High School. The Greenway Arts Alliance originally partnered with Fairfax High and founded the Friends of Fairfax organization in order to fund student activities not included in the school’s budget. Money from the Trading Post’s sales helps with sports uniforms, school newspaper printing and math tournament fees.
All in all, the Melrose Trading Post offers ample ways to spend your Sunday feeling good about yourself. Bring out your inner hipster, negate environmental impact by purchasing used items and benefit a local school all at once.”
Erin Rode is a freshman studying environmental engineering and print and digital journalism at USC.
Her column, “The Rode Less Traveled,” runs Thursdays on The Daily Trojan.
at Fairfax High School
7850 Melrose Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90046
The Market's Stacked Parking Entrance is through the School Entrance at Fairfax Ave. and Clinton Street, while the paid Valet Parking Entrance is at Genessee and Melrose Avenue.
Use of the school premises for the Melrose Trading Post market has been granted pursuant to the provisions of Sections 17400, et seq., of the Education Code of the State of California to Greenway Arts Alliance from the Board of Education of the Los Angeles Unified School District. LA Unified and the Board of Education does not sponsor or take responsibility, nor does it endorse any of the activities, statements or opinions which may be expressed at this meeting/activity.