Download our October Newsletter
FEATURES THIS MONTH
- Our Board President’s message on “When it comes to traveling, we often get Rights and Privileges confused.“
- Reminder to submit your Neighborhood Association’s responses to the Questionnaire-UNOE’s Support of Neighborhood Associations, including a short form or click the document name to download the original full-page version. This document was sent out prior to the fall 2018 Neighborhood Summit.
- Neighbors without Borders shares their account of witnessing the impact of neighborhood residents at a City Council meeting upon zoning issues.
- Update on the Ohio River Crossing.
- Find Fall Festival Child Safety Tips from the Evansville Police Department.
OCTOBER: NO GENERAL MEETING – Join us at the 23rd Annual Sparkplug Recognition Banquet
Find information on the front page of the newsletter for information about the event.
On page 3, you’ll find a quick form to use for ordering tickets.
For more information about the banquet, visit the event page.
COMMUNITY EVENT NEWS
- Clean Evansville event info – 1st Saturday; To register a group or member, visit www.cleanevansville.org
- Mayor’s Traveling City Hall Program – 4th Wednesday of the month from 5:30-7:00pm at the CK Newsome Community Center with presentation on the Deaconess Aquatic Center
- Mickey’s Kingdom Ribbon Cutting & Dedication
- Energize Evansville – Cardio for Canines
- National Coffee with a Cop – meet with EPD Crime Prevention Officers
- Make It SNAPpy! – class & community meals – Learn more about cooking healthy meals on a budget at eatgathergo.org.
- Youth Worker Cafe – State of the Child: Key Challenges and Solutions for Our Kids – a community discussion & resource fair hosted by Indiana Youth Institute & other local partners. Find more info & register here.
- Neighborhood Baby Shower hosted by the Vanderburgh County Health Department – Find the opportunity to donate toward the gift bags and info for sharing with expecting mothers you know who could use some help preparing for their newborn’s arrival. Find details & free registration here.
- Drop-in Volleyball at the CK Newsome Center in October & November hosted by the Dept. of Parks & Recreation.