Do you live in a Sears & Roebuck kit home?
April 9, 2010 – 3:51 am | 7 Comments

“My family grew up on the Easthill and I have always loved the structure of homes I rode by on my bike and went trick or treating to on Halloween. But it wasn’t until I was helping my ‘then future husband” purchase a home that I noticed how similar many of the Easthill homes look. In fact, you could say some looked exactly the same? So I went sleuthing…”

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Learn about “Circles of Change”
July 6, 2017 – 3:56 pm | No Comment

By Traci Ohlmann, humanKIND
Hello from humanKIND.  Circles of Change is an opportunity for the people in the Chippewa Valley to work together “to build and embrace a more racially and ethnically diverse and inclusive environment” …

Summer Kids Program Helps Weed Margaret Street Boulevards
July 4, 2017 – 3:51 pm | No Comment
Summer Kids Program Helps Weed Margaret Street Boulevards

By EHNA Steering Committee President Mark Ruddy

On two Wednesday mornings in June, groups of 7 to 10 kids and adults were a very welcomed energy to attack weeds that have invaded the perennial garden boulevard …

“WELCOME!” Yard Signs Now Available
July 4, 2017 – 3:47 pm | No Comment
“WELCOME!” Yard Signs Now Available

By Traci Ohlmann, humanKIND
The WELCOME! yard signs that the humanKIND group of our Association created is now available at two locations in downtown Eau Claire: still at Just Local Food and now also at Tangled …

Model Vegetable Garden at Boyd Park
July 4, 2017 – 3:43 pm | No Comment
Model Vegetable Garden at Boyd Park

By EHNA Steering Committee President Mark Ruddy
In the Spring of 2016 a prairie work crew cleaned up the abandoned raised-bed garden area next to the prairie, leaving two, long, raised beds that were in good …

Neighborhood Progress on Slowing Margaret Street Traffic (aka the Taking Care of Margaret Campaign)
July 4, 2017 – 3:41 pm | No Comment
Neighborhood Progress on Slowing Margaret Street Traffic (aka the Taking Care of Margaret Campaign)

By EHNA Steering Committee President Mark Ruddy, photo by Richard Long
Over a period of two years our Neighborhood Association and friends convinced the City Engineer’s office to leave the speed limit on Margaret Street at …