In this issue: Twenty years of service and still going strong, Neighborhood interest, Neighborhood merchant honored, Matilda construction, and more.
In this issue: St. Patrick’s Day Events and Information, Woodrow Peace Pantry, Dig This!, and more.
LGNA has partnered with Woodrow Wilson Peace Pantry to raise money for holiday dinners. The money will go to providing groceries for students and their families so they can enjoy a holiday dinner.
Donate now at gofundme.com/holidaywwpp
Mother Nature was not kind to us today. We are very disappointed to say that the NNO 2017 team has chosen to call off tonight’s event due to the likelihood of heavy thunderstorms in the forecast. Due to the large size of our event, we just can’t play it by ear.
We are very grateful to all the sponsors and volunteers that worked hard on the event. We’ll be back next year!
At the next LGNA membership event on Tuesday, August 22, City Council member Philip Kingston will tell us about what’s going on at City Hall and how it is impacting the Lower Greenville area.
Kingston represents District 14 and is well known as an outspoken force in many public issues that affect, not only District 14 and Lower Greenville, but that shape the City as a whole. He’ll update us about developments and, if time allows, will hear our questions and concerns.
It should be an interesting and informative session – Tuesday, August 22, at 6:00 pm. Upstairs on the mezzanine at Slater’s 50/50, 2817 Greenville between Terilli’s and Dodie’s Reef.