Neighborhood Association

Passing the Mic: King Park Neighbors answers, "How are you maintaining a sense of connection and community during this pandemic?"

by (The Rapidian)

Submitted 11-05-2020 under VOICES

Sam Mosley, Board Member at Highland Park Neighborhood Association, asks Grand Rapids' neighborhood associations: "I would ask of other neighborhood associations how they’re maintaining a sense of connection and community – and...

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Call for Board Members of the Heartside Downtown Neighborhood Association

by (DwellingPlaceCo...)

Submitted 07-15-2020 under NONPROFITS

“The Heartside neighborhood is full of life and diversity. We have some of the most amazing people living here that make this neighborhood vibrant and interesting,” says Rochelle Sather, Board Member of the Heartside Downtown...

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Heartside meeting to revitalize neighborhood association

by (daniellealexander)

Submitted 07-12-2016 under NEWS

Residents and concerned stakeholders in Heartside are revitalizing their neighborhood association after the area has gone without one for several years. Artists Reb Roberts and Carmel Loftis of Sanctuary Folk Art (140 Division Ave. S) and Danielle...

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Eastown kicks off spring, summer activities

by (Eastown Communi...)

Submitted 04-19-2016 under PLACE-MATTERS

Community organizing means nothing without an incredibly active and responsive network of residents. At the Eastown Community Association (ECA), we are blessed with a neighborhood of people who not only express their passion for Eastown but also...

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Eastown Community Association hosts pancake breakfast

by (Brittany Beezhold)

Submitted 02-14-2013 under LOCAL LIFE

The smell of sausage, maple syrup and warm pancakes rose as cold air swirled outside. The sound of friendly chatter was met with warm smiles. On Saturday, Feb. 9, the Eastown Community Association (ECA) hosted its annual meeting and pancake...

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[MIDTOWN] Midtown Green sculpture and meditation garden proposal meeting

by (MidtownGR)

Submitted 07-08-2010 under NONPROFITS

Midtown Green Park, at the corner of Eastern and Fountain, has long been a favorite neighborhood fun spot.  Whether it’s flying a kite, throwing a frisbee or playing catch with Fido, many Midtown neighbors use this park as an extension of their...

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