Minutes – Monthly Meeting – January 18, 2018

Campbell Grant NE Neighborhood Association
January 18th, 2018 Meeting Agenda
Comments from previous meeting and December Activities
Review the notes from November
Treasurers Report – Jana
Feb. 26th, 4th Monday of the month, next meeting, 6 PM, Ward 3
Our Tucson Clean and Beautiful Sign is Up (Copper and Wilson), now we need to keep it up
more volunteers needed for clean up on a regularly basis
Pancake Breakfast, Feb. 11th – 11 to 2 – Colleen. Elana offered to help with this event.  People are asked to RSVP so we know how many pancakes to make
Gardening Club,  the Jan. meeting on worms was really fun, next meeting Feb. 19th, planning meeting (garden tour, meeting topics, etc.) – 2231 E Calle Alta Vista., 5:15     No date for the garden tour yet, but several people have volunteered their homes
Parkfest Committee, date, bands, food, generators, insurance, stage etc.  Andrew and Ann offered to be on the committee.  We really need a few more to help make this happen.  If you have knowledge in this area please let us know.  We are looking at April 8th or 15th, Sunday in the park.  There was talk of combining the park fest with the Spring Picnic
Steve reported on talking to the park – handed out information from the parks and rec on using the park for this event.
Ideas for the future
coffee clutch once a month at local coffee houses (Raging Sage, Cartel’s)
Vickie offered to set up the first one
book club – Jana, first meeting March 3rd, Saturday, there will be more information later,  let us know if you would like to be a part of this or have information on how to do it.
Art Club – card making classes/rock painting/coloring club
it was decided we would try to do different artistic activities every month or so, Colleen offered to do the first class on card making, date to follow,  if anyone else has a talent they would like to share, we would love to have you do a class.
Set date for door hangers in late March ??? – Elizabeth will head up group
committee to design what we will be putting on them,  it will be advertising the park fest, garden meetings and progressive dinner
handed out welcome packets to street walkers who need them
Free Little Libraries – Robert reported he has used the last of his backstock.  Sue says she is in need of books in the park library. 
Debbie looked up Tucson Friends of the Library and found that their next book sale is Feb. 9-12. Sunday is 1/2 off and Monday is $10 a bag day.   It was suggested that maybe CGNE buy a bag or two for the libraries.
Bridge – Steve, we are still looking at this.  Steve has been in touch with the city.  Chris suggested that we look into the Flower/Copper bicycle route because we may be able to tie it in
Lend a Hand – Vickie reported that Lend a Hand has a new director, Patricia Gehlen.  They are looking for a new location for their fundraising garage sales to be held.
New Business
It has been suggested that we put a post with a grocery bag holder on the far end of the park so people will pick up their dogs poops. It was decided that this was a good idea and we would call Manny from the parks to ask if we can do it.
Ann suggested that maybe we should put on an agility/dog show at the park in the future.  This was received as a interesting idea to research
 
 
Colleen Collen
Intentional Grounding, massage by Colleen
520-577-4543
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