LHNA ANNUAL MEETING Tuesday, May 17th, 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.at the Minneapolis Scottish Rite Temple
Please join your LHNA Board for a fun and informative evening on the state of our neighborhood. At this meeting we will give the annual update on LHNA, elect several new members to the our Board, and give you an opportunity to talk to other residents and Board members. In addition, you will have an opportunity to tour the Scottish Rite Temple. We will hear from Park Board Superintendent Anita Tabb about events within the neighborhood. There will be a social hour from 6:00 to 7:00 PM, followed by our meeting. Appetizers and a cash bar will be available during the social hour and also after the business meeting until 9 PM. Join in on the fun on the 17th and all year long with LHNA!
To learn more about LHNA visit us at lowryhillneighborhood.org
The LHNA Monthly Meeting is Tuesday, May 3 at 7:00 p.m. at the Kenwood Rec Center. All residents are welcome.
The goal of Earth Day Cleanup is to provide a volunteer experience and environmental education to Minneapolis residents and park users. This annual event involves cleaning Minneapolis parks, neighborhoods, watersheds and water bodies including the Chain of Lakes, Lake Nokomis, Lake Hiawatha, Powderhorn Lake, Diamond Lake, Shingle Creek, Minnehaha Creek, Bassett's Creek and the Mississippi River. Since the inception of the Earth Day cleanup we have removed more than 140,000 pounds of garbage from Minneapolis parks.
In addition to cleanup efforts, environmental education is a key part of our Earth Day efforts. Onsite programs offer volunteers the opportunity to learn about various issues affecting our environment and community today. The programs are designed for individuals of all ages
Please consider becoming a board member of the Lowry Hill Neighborhood Association (LHNA).
Come to one of our monthly LHNA Board meetings at the Kenwood Rec Center. Our next LHNA board meeting is Tuesday, March 8th at 7:00 p.m. All residents are welcome.
New Board members will be elected at the annual LHNA meeting in May.
The City of Minneapolis is continuing to work on the sanitary sewer repair work now to prepare for roadway reconstruction in 2016. Click here to view construction closures and detours.
Please check the link below for weekly updates, and sign up for email updates during construction. http://www.hennepinlyndaleproject.com
https://www.minneapolisparks.org/park_care__improvements/park_projects/current_projects/minneapolis_sculpture_garden_reconstruction_and_cowles_conservatory_renovation/For more information on the project, please visit the project webpage.Contact for any additional questions: Dana Murdoch, MPRB Project Manager, at (612) 230-6446 email@example.com
Temple Israel has started a big construction project. They are building a new Jewish Learning Center that will support 21st century learning methods, an expanded lobby and gathering and celebrating, and repair of long-term maintenance needs. Construction started in August and the estimated completion date is late August/September 2016. Visit the Temple website for regular construction updates. www.templeisrael.com
The city of Minneapolis is committed to keeping you in the loop regarding current crime trends and opportunities for involvement in crime prevention. Minneapolis Crime Prevention Specialists have sent hundreds of emails to their lists annually. These emails include crime alerts, meeting notices and crime maps, and requests for community impact statements.
This service is provided at no charge to you, and your contact information will be kept strictly confidential. You may unsubscribe from one or all of your lists at any time. If you have any questions whatsoever regarding crime alerts or crime and safety issues in your area, don’t hesitate to contact your Crime Prevention Specialist.
To sign up for Minneapolis Crime Alerts go to this link http://www.minneapolismn.gov/police/crimealert/police_crimealert_emaillist
We are encouraging all in our community to
LEAVE THE FRONT LIGHT ON all night.
If you have a back porch/yard lights, we encourage you to
leave those on as well. Light is a BIG deterrent to criminals.
It will not cost you more than a few dollars increase in
your monthly electric bill.
Walker Art Center
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Thank you for your generous support of LHNA!