Woodlawn Neighborhood Association January 2, 2019 Meeting Agenda


Woodlawn Neighborhood Association January 2, 2019 Meeting Agenda

Woodlawn Neighborhood Association 

January 2, 2019 Meeting Agenda

Wednesday, January 2, 2019    7:00 – 8:30pm
at Classic Foods, 817 NE Madrona St, Portland, OR 97211

7:00-7:10 Happy New Year! Welcome and Introductions.
7:10-7:15 Approvals

Approve agenda for this meeting.

Approve December meeting minutes.

Approve deleting of Luke/former treasurer as a signatory from both the WNA and Farmers’ Market bank accounts & approve deleting Martin as a signatory from the WNA bank account.

7:15-7:45 New Business


$500 Communications Grant received from NECN for WNA Outreach efforts.

Woodlawn Trivia Night at Oregon Public House on January 26th  7 to 9 pm  – Maija and Nancy. Send your potential questions to by January 15th.  Hosting for Trivia Night. $100 to have OPH do this. Can we fund from NECN grant?

Woodlawn Scavenger Hunt all of January as part of the OPH Month of Woodlawn – Anjala

Summer Movies in the Park. Deadline is February 1. We need to have a list of our top 3 film choices for the application. List of available films and other details is here: https://www.portlandoregon.gov/parks/article/666004

Holiday Lights Thank You Note distributed to entire neighborhood. – Nancy

Our February meeting = our annual WNA Neighborhood Social. What do we need to do to make this happen?

Who do we want to invite to talk to us in 2019? At our monthly meetings? Share list from Shelly and see if they are still possible?

7:45-8:00 Announcements for Upcoming Winter Events, Deadlines, Other News:

A Month for Woodlawn at Oregon Public House. All of January, fundraising events for Farmers’ Market, Woodlawn PTA, Woodlawn Community Garden, Woodlawn MIC, donation drive for Walnut Park Shelter, and a WNA Happy Hour on January 21st. Schedule to be finalized soon.

Feral Cat Coalition FREE spaying for feral and stray cats in February. Flyers on the table. 500 feral and stray cats done for FREE. WNA can circulate their Press Release.

Volunteers sought for programs at Transition Projects, the folks who manage shelters in PDX including the Walnut Park on MLK. More about their winter volunteer needs here: https://www.tprojects.org/winter/

8:0-8:25 Board and Community Business

Treasurer’s Report—Dennis

Land Use & Transportation Committee—Anjala

NET – Erin
MIC & Happy Hour – Jon

Farmers’ Market—Martin

NECN Board Meeting—Dennis

8:25-8:30 Final Thoughts and Adjourn