May 2010 Neighborhood Meeting – Clean up!!

For the May 2010 Neighborhood Meeting, let’s give back to the community.

Irish Hill NeighborhoodPark & Step Cleanup

Wednesday, May 19, 2010 . 5:30pm

Meet at the “Chicken Steps”

(The Steps are at the end of Pine St, where the Hull St/Lexington Rd alley begins.)

After a quick cleaning of the Steps, we’ll head over to Irish Hill Park for a quick go through.

Crime activity in the neighborhood

In the past two weeks or so, IHNA received separate emails about some crime against our neighbors:

  • I just wanted you to pass along some mischief in the neighborhood.  Someone set the recycle bin on fire at 1126 payne street in the rear parking spot. … They pulled the bin to the center of the parking spot and set it on fire. Please let people know to watch out for the alleys it’s that time of year again.
  • A friend of mine that lives down on Fern St was robbed last night sometime before midnight, he said about $4200 worth of stuff was taken. FYI

Please keep a watchful eye and report suspicious activity to the police.  If you are a victim of a crime, call the police and file a report.

Phoenix Hill Farmers’ Market

The Phoenix Hill Farmers’ Market will open for it’s 4th Season on Tuesday, May 4. The Market is every Tuesday, from 3:00 – 6:30 p.m. (May – October), at 829 E. Market St. (Parking lot of the Felice Winery complex).  The Market features locally grown fruit, vegetables, meat, eggs, flowers, plants, breads, sweets, wine and much more.  Freshly prepared food on site as well this year.  Local musicians are also featured each week.  The Spring Festival will be held on Tuesday, May 25.  Come out each Tuesday to support your local farmers, meet your neighbors, and buy healthy food. Free parking on Market and Campbell Streets. For more information, contact Cindy Brown Kinloch at 583-7133 or 589-0975.

Neighborhood Institute Spring 2010

IHNA received the following information from our friends at the Center For Neighborhoods:

We still have some openings for Center For Neighborhoods’ Neighborhood Institute beginning next week on Thursday, May 6th. If you have the opportunity to join one of the upcoming sessions, please stop by and greet our future community leaders.

A detailed brochure can be emailed directly to you by contacting me at lisad@centerforneighborhoods.org

Thanks,
Lisa Dettlinger
Director of Membership and Development

Center For Neighborhoods
610 S. 4th St., Ste. 701
Louisville, KY 40202

502.589.0343 Office
502.905.4342 Cell
lisad@centerforneighborhoods.org

Neighborhood Institute Spring 2010

ALL NEIGHBORHOODS

May 6, 2010 to July 22, 2010
6:00 to 8:30 pm

Each Thursday night

Shively City Hall
3920 Dixie Highway
Louisville, KY 40216

Dinner is provided.
*Funding provided by Metro United Way Community Investment Team of the Vital Neighborhoods Initiative.

Girl Scouts Recycling Program

Forever Green Capstone Event

E-Waste Recycling Day


When: May 15, 2010

Who & Why: Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana (GSK) will join forces with Global Environmental Services (GES) to address the issue of recycling electronic waste (e-waste). Get your community involved by inviting business, friends, schools and neighbors to bring items.

What: E-waste from your home or business to recycle responsibly, including:

inkjet cartridges                           radios                              DVD players

laser toner cartridges                    fax machines                     VCR players

cell phones                                 hard drives                        TV’s

computers                                  modems                           monitors

keyboards                                  printers                            copiers

and more . . .

We cannot accept household appliances. A good rule thumb is if you can put water in it, it will not be accepted, such as refrigerators, irons, bread makers, etc. There is a $5 charge on the recycling of TV’s and monitors with glass a front (not flat screens). This charge is for the cost of discharging a noxious gas contained in these items.

GES recycles 100% of its electronic waste and none of it is shipped overseas to third world countries.
How: Utilize your grassroots networking connections and spread the word! Let’s make a difference in our community!

Where: E-waste drop off locations will be in each of the five GSK service centers.

Paducah Area:  Lone Oak Church of Christ , 9AM – Noon CT.  Questions contact Ashley Levine at alevine@kyanags.org or (270)443-8704

Bowling Green Area:  To Be Determined, 2PM – 5PM. Questions contact Jessica Dilsaver at jdilsaver@kyanags.org or (270)842-8138

Elizabethtown Area: Heartland Service Center, 200 Sycamore Street, Houchens Plaza, 10AM-2PM EST.  Questions contact LaTrice Stateman atlstateman@kyanags.org or (270)737-0060

Louisville Metro Area:  Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana Program Learning Center, 2115 Lexington Road, from 10AM-4PM EST. Questions contact Jennifer Court at jcourt@kyanags.org or (502)636-0900

Owensboro Area:  Wesleyan Park Plaza off Frederica St., Owensboro, 10AM-2PM CST. Questions contact Kristi Harrison atkharrison@kyanags.org or (270) 684-9481

ONE mission. ONE council. ONE voice.