June 2018 Newsletter

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FEATURES THIS MONTH

  • The UNOE office is moving to 320 SE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Suite B, in the EVPL Annex at the corner of Cherry St & ML King Jr Blvd. More details in this month’s newsletter and next month’s!
  • Summer Safety Tips from Evansville Fire Department
  • President’s Message: Research & information behind UNOE’s Board of Directors’ unanimous support for the pending Noise Ordinance – 2017 Noise Complaint Data Summary
  • The Importance of Participation – contributed by Sara Corrigan, University South Neighborhood Association
  • Invitation from Lorraine Park & South Dexter Neighborhoods to their combined June meeting
  • Invitation from the UNOE Marketing/PR Team: new members welcome!

JUNE GENERAL MEETING

Guest Speaker:  Lorie Van Hook, Executive Director, Evansville Trails Coalition
Program: Blazing New Trails: An Update from the Evansville Trails Coalition
Learn more about their work to connect people and places, promote active lifestyles, and advocate for the development of multi-use trails

COMMUNITY EVENT NEWS

SAVE THE DATE
Open House: New UNOE Office
Thu., July 26, 2018

EVPL Annex
Large Meeting Room
320 SE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
MORE DETAILS TO COME!

UNOE General Meeting – May 2018


Join us for our May General Meeting on Thurs., May 24 – 6:30pm at the C K Newsome Center, 100 Walnut St.

Our guest speaker will be Dr. Ashley Jordan, the new Executive Director of the Evansville African American Museum​, bringing the program Resurrecting a Front-Porch Community.

Join in a discussion on BUILDING A COMMUNITY that
moves from the BACK PORCH, where we’ve become
guarded, hidden and protected
from others,
to the FRONT PORCH, where we can
welcome, know and grow
with our neighbors.

Join us for the May General Meeting!

May 2018 Newsletter


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FEATURES THIS MONTH

MAY GENERAL MEETING

Guest Speaker:  Ashley Jordan, Ph. D., Executive Director, Evansville African-American Museum
Program: Resurrecting a Front-Porch Community
Join in a discussion on building a community that
moves from the BACK PORCH, where we’ve become
guarded, hidden and protected from others,
to the FRONT PORCH, where we can
welcome, know and grow with our neighbors.

COMMUNITY EVENT NEWS

SAVE THE DATE: Community Connections Block Party – hosted by Tepe Park Neighborhood Association – For more info or for community agencies seeking to be a vendor at the event, contact Housing@tepepark.org  or safety@tepepark.org or call 812-746-4100

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