Food Initiatives Survey
Neighbors and Friends,
I know there are a lot of you out there who are interested in all of the food projects that are going on around our neighborhood. We are too! Your neighbors over at I-AD and the Boner Center have put together a short (like 6 questions!) survey about food projects in the Near Eastside and we’d like your input. Would you please take 5 minutes and fill out this survey? Once we have responses through email, in-person surveying, and some mailed out surveys we will get the word out about what we’re doing next.
Food Initiatives Survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/59P33DP
As always, if you’d like to get involved in a project related to food, our Quality of Life Plan, and/or one of your neighborhood organizations, please let me know and I can get you connected. 317-808-2336 or email@example.com
All Near East Side neighborhoods will be meeting and be given a voice in the direction of the near east side at the annual NESCO congress. Engage with local resources and empower yourself to bring about change in our community. This gathering will be held at Englewood Church will start with the best pitch in breakfast in town and will end with free lunch for all.
Theme this year is: Moving NESCO Forward: the next 40 years. focusing on engaging young people, minority participation, social schedule for community bonding, small business development and inventory and other community building activities.
Want to know more about NESCO and how you can get connected in your neighborhood? Head over to the NESCO website http://nescocommunity.org and find out more! Information on neighborhood association meetings and many others can be found on the NESCO Calendar.
GiGi’s Playhouse Indianapolis Friendraiser
More info: Friendraiser Open House
Library Strategic Plan – TONIGHT!
On Wednesday, January 29th at 6pm representatives of the Indianapolis Public Library are unveiling the Library System Strategic Plan at Spades Park Branch Library. In this plan, community members will learn about the direction that the library would like to venture in but more specifically how our branch will play a role in this new direction. It is important that as many key community members and organization’s attend this meeting. This is the perfect time to ask questions and to make sure the branch and the library system are heading in the direction that benefits everyone.
Arsenal Tech Athletics
Did you know???
The boys basketball City tournament championship showdown scheduled for tonight between Class 4A top-ranked Tech and No. 4 Cathedral has been postponed to Thursday night.
Tech athletic director Victor Bush said inclement weather forced the decision. The junior varsity championship between Scecina and Bishop Chatard will be played at 6 p.m. on Thursday at Tech, followed by the Tech-Cathedral game.
Tech (16-1) is looking for its first City title since the 1990-91 season, while Cathedral (10-3) is going for its third consecutive title and seventh in nine years.
Tech defeated Cathedral 68-38 on Dec. 13.
It’s tax time!
Couch to 5k – Legacy Center
Westminster Park – KIB – Tonight!