NESCO Feast of Lanterns Thanks you!
A big thanks to all who came out, participated, and volunteered at our very soggy Feast of Lanterns! While this year didn’t exactly work out, we’re looking forward to planning next year. If you’d like to be involved – stay tuned for future volunteer opportunities at our quarterly Neighborhood Summits (Next one is Oct 9th – See below), the NESCO website http://nescocommunity.org, and our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/IndyFeast
Quarterly Neighborhood Summit
The next neighborhood summit is coming up in October! If you have items you see as challenges for the neighborhood, please send them to Megan Fetter. If you have celebrations you’d like to have mentioned at the meeting, send those too! We’re looking at closing up our “garage” and we need to start thinking about what other items to feature on our agenda. The neighborhood’s quality of life plan is a work in progress and we need your help. Come on out and help improve the quality of life of the Near Eastside! More info on the neighborhood’s quality of life plan can be found here: http://neareastplan.org
Town Hall Meeting
National Welcoming Week – Immigrant Welcome Center
More events from Welcoming Indianapolis – http://www.eventbrite.com/o/welcoming-indianapolis-6855185731
Out of the Darkness Walk
The Out of the Darkness Community Walks are the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s (AFSP) signature fundraising campaign, bringing together family, friends, colleagues, and supporters at 3-5 mile walks in hundreds of communities across the country.
When you walk in the Out of the Darkness Community Walks, you join the effort with thousands of people to raise funds and awareness for AFSP’s vision to create a world without suicide.
East Washington Street Library Sept. Calendar
East Tenth UMC C&Y Annual Event – Save the Date
A note from Jean Casmir Hill –
Dear Friends of East Tenth United Methodist Children & Youth Center:
I wanted to send you a brief note to let you know that our annual dinner and fundraising event is scheduled for Thursday, November 20th.
We are still in the planning process for the event, so we don’t have a theme quite yet, but we do know some of the details. I wanted to get you the details so that you can plan to be in attendance!
What? East Tenth United Methodist Children & Youth Center’s 9th Annual Event
Where? Marian, Inc., 1011 East St Clair Street, Indianapolis, IN
When? Thursday, November 20 at 6:00pm
Why? To celebrate the past year with us and help us raise funds to continue growing
We will be sending our fun invitations to you in the mail as we do each year, and you can expect to receive that sometime late September or early October. Know someone that you would like to receive an invitation in the mail from us? Please share their name(s) with us!! You can easily do this by filling out this link: http://bit.ly/easttenth2014
Attached is a copy of our Event Sponsorship opportunities. If you would like to participate in our event as one of our sponsors, please fill out the form entirely and return it to us no later than Friday, October 24, 2014. If you are interested in being an Event Title Sponsor, please return the attached form no later than Friday, September 5, so that your logo/name can be included on our event invitations!
We look forward to seeing you at our annual event! In the meantime, if you have any questions or would like to chat, please give me a call on my cell phone at 317-339-4102. Have a great day!!!
Jean M. Casmir Hill
East Tenth United Methodist Children and Youth Center, Inc.
Harvest Celebration – Save the Date
WFYI – Neighborhood Project
We’re living in a time in Indianapolis where many of our neighborhoods are in a state of change.
In the news, we hear from neighborhood leaders when there’s a festival or event, from the city when a new policing initiative is announced, and from people on the street after a major crime has taken place. And while these items are important, we know they don’t tell the whole story.
That’s why this summer WFYI news is partnering with local freelance journalist Andrea Muraskin andAmerican Public Media’s Public Insight Network (PIN) to produce a radio series on our city’s changing neighborhoods. And we’re trying something new: the ideas for this series will come from you.
More info on this project and how you can participate can be found here: http://www.wfyi.org/news/articles/is-there-a-story-in-your-neighborhood-waiting-to-be-told