Woodstock Neighborhood Association is the featured organization at this Sunday’s (Sept. 23) Community Booth at the Woodstock Farmers Market. We plan to have a good variety of information and promo materials on hand and look forward to connecting with a lot of neighbors. Come on by our table to pick up a yard sign, bumper sticker or magnet, or just to say hello! This will also be our first in-person promotion of WNA’s Sustainability Committee, a.k.a. Sustainable Woodstock, and we will be asking folks to weigh in on sustainability project ideas. Hope to see you there!
GENERAL MEETING AGENDA SEPTEMBER 5, 2012
Call to order – Welcome/Introductions
August minutes – approve both sections
Police Report/Crime Prevention –Update on Lutz & Pizza Roma Good Neighbor Agreements
Library District Measure (on November ballot)
COMMITTEE/GROUPS REPORTS —————————————————–
– Reed College
– Land Use Committee – Announce next meeting date / time:
– Media Committee – Announce next meeting date / time:
– Sustainability Committee –Report: Outreach and Goals, potluck meetings: Becky Luening
CURRENT BUSINESS ———————————————————————-
NEW BUSINESS —————————————————————————–
NEIGHBORHOOD: Announcements, volunteer opportunities, items from the floor.
Please keep to 2 minutes
ADJOURN: for break – welcome newcomers! Mingle!
BOARD MEETING AGENDA –(All welcome to attend)—————————
Call to order
Current Business/Items from the floor
OTHER COMMITTEE REPORTS?
Call for motion to approve
Motion for $150 voted on
Come join your neighbors in cleaning up the neighborhood! Coffee and pastries and a volunteer lunch are provided!
When: Saturday, June 2nd
Where to meet: Woodstock Community Center, 5905 SE 43rd Ave.
8:30am Registration (required)
9:00am – 12:00pm Clean up
12:00pm – 1:00pm Volunteer Lunch
To pre-register: Contact Angie Even at email@example.com
Funded in part by a grant from Venture Portland and by the Woodstock Stakeholders Group, Woodstock Community Business Association, Woodstock Neighborhood Association, SOLV, John L. Scott Reality, Lifehouse Church, Papaccino’s Coffee, Bi-Mart, Pizza Roma, and Reed College.
Plants from neighborhood gardens will be sold to support The Woodstock Community Center
Perennials: Many Varieties | Hostas | Daylilies to Evening Primroses | Herbs | Vegetable Starts | Native Plants | Garden Sculpture | Mason Bee Houses
The plant sale takes place at the Woodstock Community Center, 5905 SE 43rd, just off Woodstock Boulevard. Bring any plants you have to contribute to the Community Center on May 11th between noon and 8pm.
If you need plants picked up, call 503-771-0011.
SE Uplift and the Office of Neighborhood Involvement are pleased to announce the availability of $7,400 in grant funds through the Graffiti Abatement Community Grants Program. Neighborhood, business and community-based organizations are eligible to apply for community-driven improvement projects in the area of graffiti abatement and attempting to repair the harm of graffiti within the SE Uplift coalition area.
Special consideration will be given to projects that meet one or more of the following:
- Demonstrate partnerships with Neighborhood Associations, Community-based organizations, particularly those serving under-engaged communities (including youth-oriented organizations), or Business Associations
- Include an ongoing impact to the property or area for graffiti prevention and abatement.
- Positively impact areas/locations with high visibility.
- Include involvement of youth aged 10 to 21.
- Help to address practical needs related to the recession such as fixing up run-down homes, businesses, parks, etc.
- Include volunteers pledging to participate in the project with time and/or in-kind donations.
Deadline to apply is Friday, February 24 by 4PM.
Grants will be awarded on a competitive basis and may range from $500-$2500.
Click here for more information about SE Uplift’s grant program and how to apply.
For more information about the Graffiti Abatement Community Grants Program or for technical assistance with your application, please contact Kristen at firstname.lastname@example.org
or 503-232-0010 x 319.
We encourage you to apply for your project today!