2019 Neighborhood Summit to be held during this month’s General Meeting – Find a Tool for Preparing Your Neighborhood on pg. 3.
Neighborhood Yard Signs Project kicks off for UNOE member neighborhood associations. (Still haven’t sent in your 2019 Membership Packet? Download it now. Your 2019 Membership Registration with current bylaws & map must be received by the UNOE office to be eligible for ordering signs.)
Neighborhood Celebration Day Is Coming Soon–Will YOUR Neighborhood be among the more than 15 represented so far? (Facebook event link)
Photos from Events Involving Several Neighborhoods
2019 Neighborhood Summit Tool for Preparing Your Neighborhood
Neighborhood Celebration Day Is Coming Soon–Will Your Neighborhood Be Represented? (Facebook event link)
MAY GENERAL MEETING
May 3 > CULVER: Rathbone Ribbon Cutting Ceremony & Reception May 7 > BALLARD: Organizational Meeting May 14 > BELLEMEADE BAYARD PARK: Jazz in the Park May 18 > GLENWOOD: Interview on Leadership Connection – WEOA 98.5FM May 28 > BELLEMEADE BAYARD PARK: Jazz in the Park May 30 > AKIN PARK: Music in the Park
Join us for our April General Meeting on Thurs., Apr. 25, 2019, at 6:30pm at the CK Newsome Community Center, 100 Walnut St., Evansville.
PROGRAM: GROWING YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD IMPACT: Engaging Neighbors Building a great neighborhood that creates dynamic gatherings, vital relationships and essential impact within the greater community
GUEST SPEAKERS: Panelists from Several Neighborhoods
“At their best, neighborhoods function as villages, in which residents’ lives overlap in positive ways. We look out for one another and share a public life in common. Everyone who wants to change the world, or simply make improvements in their own lives, is well advised to sit down with the neighbors and work together to make their dreams come true. You’ll be surprised what can be accomplished if you are willing to think big about your little place in the world.” — Jay Walljasper in “The Great Neighborhood Book”
Operation: United Care – Labeling Party details! — The first Operation: United Care, a mission of neighborhoods united for a cause, has had tremendous success in our first project which was chosen as a means to support Honor Flight Southern Indiana.
It’s not too early to plan for your Neighborhood’s role in the 2019 Neighborhood Celebration Day at the Franklin Street Bazaar!
UNOE will continue to host Make It SNAPpy, the FREE monthly cooking/nutrition class in partnership with Purdue Extension‘s Nutrition Education Program. Join others from some of our member Neighborhoods who’ve been participating and meet other community members too … who get to also learn about Neighborhoods!
Lamasco Neighborhood Association will be hosting two back-to-back Candidates’ Nights before the primary election featuring candidates for City Council both At-Large and Ward 6–one night for each party.
Join us for our March General Meeting on Thurs., Mar. 28, 2019, at 6:30pm at the CK Newsome Community Center, 100 Walnut St., Evansville
PROGRAM: Disaster Preparedness: Basic Household Readiness Practical tips for you, your household and your neighborhood
Are YOU ready? … for a flood, a tornado, an earthquake, a lengthy power outage or other type of natural or man-made disaster? Learn how to prepare and how our area emergency responses teams do their part.
GUEST SPEAKER: Cliff A. Weaver Evansville / Vanderburgh County Emergency Management Agency
COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENT: We’ll also hear an update on the Handy Helpers Home Repair program from Tracy Gander of Catholic Charities.
In this issue of the Neighbor to Neighbor newsletter, you’ll find a special form and request on page 7. We’d like to hear from you: Would you like to continue receiving the newsletter from UNOE? Follow the instructions for how to respond via phone, mail or email. Thank you in advance for responding!
Join us for our February General Meeting on Thurs., Feb. 28, 2019, at 6:30pm at the CK Newsome Community Center, 100 Walnut St., Evansville
PROGRAM: Growing Your Neighborhood Impact Series: Social Media Advantages
How digital engagement can enhance your community and create a network of connected neighbors
Whether you’re already using social media among your Neighborhood members or you haven’t even ventured into the first steps, you’ll pick up something to put to practical use and even have opportunities to share from your own experiences.
GUEST SPEAKERS: Mallorie Cloum & Missy Bentley Digital Engagement Specialists
Join us for our January General Meeting tonight, Thurs., Jan. 24, 2019, at 6:30pm at the CK Newsome Community Center, 100 Walnut St., Evansville
PROGRAM: Souvenirs: Takeaways by UNOE Ambassadors Who Attended Fall Conferences GUEST SPEAKERS: Attendees of the 2018 Global Leadership Summit (GLS) Stephanie Gibson, Bellemeade Bayard Park Jenny Triggs, Helfrich Dave Ballew, Culver Attendees of the 2018 Regional Neighborhood Network Conference (RNNC) Daphne Robinson, Bellemeade Bayard Park William “Bud” Goodsen, STAR Derek Russ, Lorraine Park Judy Kurth, Culver Katie Coomes, Indian Woods/Windsong
ELECTIONS: This meeting includes the Annual Election of Officers for United Neighborhoods of Evansville (UNOE). Nominations are open until the time of voting during the General Meeting.
REMINDER: Only Neighborhood Association UNOE Representatives can vote in the elections! Each member Neighborhood may have up to two representatives. Please make sure your voting UNOE Representatives or proxies must have been updated with the UNOE office by 12:00noon today, Jan. 24th. No proxies will be added at the meeting.
Working together to preserve, enhance and promote the Evansville and area Neighborhoods