Find out about recent happenings in our neighborhood newsletter – Download the Oct-Nov 2015 newsletter >>
CART trucks will be here beginning early in the morning on November 7. All items must be on the curb Saturday morning and do not put them out before 5pm Friday, November 6. This clean-up is for residents within the boundaries of Moores Park Neighborhood only. Bikes, bed frames, plastic toys, televisions, and toilets are among the items that will be picked up. Download the complete guidelines >>
Volunteers are needed to work during cleanup. NO VOLUNTEERS MEANS NO CLEAN-UP. Email Natalie Molnar, MPNO President to sign up, email@example.com
Reminder: The MPNO meeting is tomorrow in St. Casimir Room 107 and starts at 6:30pm. We’ll be talking about the Neighborhood Clean-Up project and putting together Welcome Baskets for new neighbors! All neighbors are welcome to attend.
We are also still in need of a few more volunteers for the following:
– Oct/Nov Neighborhood Newsletter distribution,
– Neighborhood Booth attendant at the South Lansing Farmer’s Market on Oct. 15 (need someone from 3-5p.m.)
Thank-you to our neighbors who have said they would volunteer so far! If you are interested in helping please contact Matthias at firstname.lastname@example.org or Natalie at email@example.com.
It was officially announced on Sept. 30 that thanks to TruGreen’s TruNeighbor grant, plus Blight Elimination funds provided by MSHDA, a Land Bank owned property in the 1800 block of Osband Ave. is being redeveloped into a fruit tree and perennial garden for neighbors to gather and children to play.
Our neighbors on Osband Ave. will directly benefit from this green space! This will be an ongoing partnership with the Land Bank, TruGreen and our neighborhood.
Meetings are back! Join us at St. Casimir from 6:30-8p.m. on Wednesday, September 9. We’ll be discussing two topics: Our entrance sign for the Moores Park Neighborhood and the Love Your Block grant program!
Neighborhood Sign: This year we received a grant to assist us in placing a neighborhood sign. We’ve got a location for it, and need a small committee to discuss the logistics, type, and other details.
Love Your Block: We hope to receive one of the block grants for the Moores Park Neighborhood. and need to discuss what project we could accomplish as a group. The deadline to apply is Sept. 30, 2015. About the Love Your Block program: It is a program through the city of Lansing that will provide mini-grants (up to $5,000) for neighborhood revitalization projects funded through the Cities of Service.