DRAFT Minutes

WNA Board  Meeting 12/18/13

Once approved, these minutes will also be posted at http://necoalition.org/programs/woodlawn/.

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Dog Forum Flyer

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Kwanzaa 2013Free and open to all!
Friday, December 27 , 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.
City Hall, first floor, 1221 SW 5th Avenue, downtown Portland

Kujichagulia (libation ceremony, music, dinner, entertainment, and spoken words) and Self-Determination (to define ourselves, name ourselves, create for ourselves, and speak for ourselves).
Fore more information, send an email to deep@portlandoregon.gov or call 503-823-5358.

Sponsored by the volunteer group Diverse and Empowered Employees of Portland.

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To view the draft minutes from our two November meetings, including our annual meeting where board members were selected, please click below.  Please note that our next WNA meeting will be on Wednesday, December 18th at 7pm at Classic Foods – and we will kick thing off with some holiday treats. All are welcome!

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DRAFT Minutes

WNA General  Meeting 10/16/13 and WNA Board Meeting 10/2/13

Once approved, these minutes will also be posted at http://necoalition.org/programs/woodlawn/.

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Residents can order discounted trees now—the earlier the better!

FoT_Planting_Bradley-YorkAll that good, squishy soil means it’s tree-planting time, and Friends of Trees is getting ready to hit the ground in the Woodlawn neighborhood.

Residents who want to order discounted trees for their street or yard should sign up by December 30 in order to be a part of the February 1st  planting in our neighborhood. To sign up and browse the tree selection, visit www.friendsoftrees.org/plant-it-programs or call 503-282-8846.

Trees cost $35-75, which includes delivery, planting by volunteers (you’re encouraged to join!), permitting, mulch, stakes, and follow-up maintenance—a $200 value. If you can’t afford a tree, Friends of Trees has scholarships available. Each planting starts with breakfast and ends with a potluck.

“Plantings are like a party with your neighbors. It’s all about good food, good people, and being able to say ‘I planted that!’” says Whitney Dorer, Neighborhood Trees Manager for Friends of Trees.

 

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DRAFT Minutes

WNA Board Meeting 9/4/13

Once approved, these minutes will also be posted at http://necoalition.org/programs/woodlawn/.

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Over the last several months, WNA has worked to craft new language for our bylaws in an effort to make these guiding principles the best they can be for our organization. We’ve presented the proposed changes at several meetings, heard some additional feedback and incorporated changes. As always, we invite everyone’s participation! Will you join us as we vote to adopt our new bylaws?

Woodlawn Neighborhood Association Membership Meeting

Classic Foods
Wednesday, October 16th
7:00 PM

A summary of proposed changes and a draft document are available for viewing at:

Current bylaws are http://necoalition.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/Woodlawn-bylaws.pdf

Proposed amendments: http://necoalition.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Draft-Woodlawn-Bylaws_100313-.pdf

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Greetings to GoWoodlawn readers! We just completed a cleanup of this site to purge spam-generating users. If by chance we also deleted your account by mistake, please forgive us. Hope to see your comments soon!

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(please forgive the Secretary’s tardiness in posting – it was a busy summer!)

DRAFT Minutes

Once approved, these minutes will also be posted at http://necoalition.org/programs/woodlawn/.

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