We are extremely grateful for the hard work and dedication of our outgoing board members, Cici Andre, Angela Breckenridge and Barbara Ferguson; and we would like to warmly welcome the new board members, John Bankston, Stan Richard and Bob Holloway!
December 16, 2014 6-8 pm
PEARL WINE BAR (in the American Can Building)
All neighbors invited to attend.
Come learn about results of the Bayou Boogaloo Neighborhood Impact survey, the proposed tree planting on the banks of the bayou, how much money we raised at the Fireman’s Appreciation Cook Out, and the new MCSD security camera program available to the Parkview Neighborhood.
Please bring a dish to pass. Some cocktails will be provided by Parkview Neighborhood Association, and other drinks available for purchase from Pearl Wine Bar.
Volunteers needed to be block captains on some blocks. If you are interested in volunteering as a block captain, let us know.
We will be voting on nominations to fill three board seats.
Come meet the board of the Parkview Neighborhood Association, sign up for our informative email list, and have a holiday cocktail with your friends and neighbors! Don’t forget to bring a plate to share!
If you’d like to pay your 2015 dues prior to the meeting, please send your name, address, phone number, email address and check payment ($15 individual/$25 family or business) to: PNA, PO BOX 791577, New Orleans, LA 70179. Or feel free to bring your payment to the meeting.
Would you like to be a neighborhood block captain?
Block captains pass out the fliers from the neighborhood association, let the city know if any streetlights have stopped working, and keep an eye on the storm drains to tell the city if the drain needs cleaning out during hurricane season. It’s super easy and a great way to get to know your neighbors!
Parkview Neighborhood Association is looking for block captains for part of Dumaine Street, Ida Street, and part of Taft Street. If you would like to volunteer, just email Jessica at email@example.com.
We are having a potluck fundraiser to gather money for our neighborhood firemen to buy needed kitchen items. Please come by Saint John Court Thursday October 30, from 7 pm until the end of the Saints/Panther’s game. We are making a huge pot of jambalaya and a ton of cupcakes – you bring a festival chair, a dish to pass, and the beverages of your choice.
Don’t forget there is no parking on Saint John Court, and little parking nearby on Moss Street or Harding Street, so please do walk or bike if you can.
There will be facepainting for a small donation – so bring your kids! There are oodles of dogs that live on our street already, so please leave your dogs at home.
Come have some food and watch the Saints game, donate to the cause! See you there!
Many thanks to all the volunteers who helped with the Night Out Against Crime. In particular, Ed, John, Mignonne, Bob and the PNA board – THANK YOU! The members of NOPD who stopped by had a good time and I think that it was a great opportunity for everyone to meet and hang out.
Come out to Jack Barlett Park, aka the Harding Triangle, October 14, 2014 6-8 pm for a potluck picnic! We will have hotdogs and hamburgers with all the fixings, and drinks! Bring a dish to pass and a festival chair. Celebrate the Night Out Against Crime and help to honor our hard working police officers! SEE YOU THERE!