April 20 Newsletter
This is the big one! The Eastside Hill Neighborhood Association is holding its Semi-Annual Neighborhood wide meeting on Thursday, April 28 at 6:30pm at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church (1310 Main St., basement). This will give the neighborhood the opportunity to review and discuss the events from this past year as well as plan for the future.
IMPORTANT: At 7pm, Eau Claire’s Public Works Director Brian Amundson will be on hand to discuss “Margaret Street beautification,” in other words, the bump-outs all along Margaret Street. These little beds of soil on the corners of each intersection are mostly covered in weeds. Mr. Amundson will discuss what’s possible for planting in those areas, what the city can do, and what we need to do to make something happen.
Come out and meet your neighbors! After all, refreshments will be served.
Date and Time: Thursday, April. 28th, 6:30pm
Place: Our Savior’s Lutheran Church • 1310 Main St. •
Eau Claire, WI (basement)
Annual Neighborhood Thrift Sale: May 21
The Eastside Hill’s annual neighborhood-wide thrift sale is coming up on Saturday, May 21st. Any and all Eastside Hill residents are invited to participate in the sale. Interested sellers can visit www.EastsideHill.com to submit their (yard/garage/thrift/lawn/whatever) sale to be listed alongside their neighbors’ on the official map. As well as being available online, maps will be printed and distributed during the sale. If you’re not an Eastside Hill resident and you’re looking to do some shopping, check out the map (at www.EastSideHill.com) and plan your route! Please direct any questions to the organizers at email@example.com.
Amazing Eau Claire Clean-Up | Sat, Apr 23, 9:00am • Eastside Hill and beyond!
MEETING: Semi-Annual Meeting | Thu, Apr 28, 6:30pm • Our Savior’s Church, 1310 Main St.
Neighborhood Forum Series – District 3 | Thu, May 12, 6:30pm • L.E. Phillips Memorial Public Library
Annual Neighborhood Thrift Sale | Sat, May 21, 7:00pm • Eastside Hill
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