Join for the festivities! Meet/catch up with neighbors, drink beer, eat snacks. There will be complimentary appetizers. The party will be downstairs at Williams (in the Peanut Bar).
We will also be accepting gently used winter clothing to donate to students/families at Jefferson Community School. Bring anything if you can!
The LHENA Board of Directors will convene Wednesday, November 28th for its monthly board meeting. The public and LHENA members are welcome to attend. See the .pdf for the agenda.
Never been to a LHENA board meeting, but interested? Feel free to show up at 6pm to meet LHENA staff and to learn about what LHENA and our board meetings are all about.
LHENA Board Meeting
Wed, Nov 28th
2909 Hennepin Ave S, 2nd floor
Mpls, MN 55408
On Monday, 11/5, LHENA received a Partnership Award from the City of Minneapolis at the 2018 Green Business Awards. (Article on the project.) What the City had to say:
LHENA's assistance has been instrumental in opening up a new approach on air quality through neighborhood groups and the City of Minneapolis. You helped us bring together public and private partners for the cause of improved air quality by getting rid of the hazardous chemical perc. We want to formally express our gratitude to Lowry Hill East Neighborhood Association for your commitment to the health of the people of Minneapolis.
Quote from Paul Shanafelt, Executive Director of LHENA, at the event:
"LHENA prioritizes and takes tremendous pride in its environmental work. With support from our board of directors and Environmental Committee, we were able to provide financial assistance to one of our community's small local businesses, Osman Cleaners, to help them transition to a safer dry-cleaning process. Minneapolis is now the first City in the nation to be entirely perc-free. This achievement is a shining example of how partnerships between the City and neighborhoods can be effective in creating greener, healthier cities."
Do you know what to do if you see someone being harassed, groped, threatened, or disrespected? You have a voice, and you can make a difference.
Learn how by attending "Ready to ACT: Strategies for Bystander Intervention," a training facilitated by the Sexual Violence Center, and sponsored by the Lowry Hill East Neighborhood Association.
Free, with an Eventbrite ticket: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bystander-intervention-training-tickets-51828309870
Write up in Southwest Journal: http://www.southwestjournal.com/news/neighborhoods/2018/10/metoo-training-reaches-community-bystanders-bars/
WHAT'S UP NEXT
Community Life & Safety Committee
Wednesday, Jan 23rd
2909 Hennepin Ave S