Next Saturday, April 25th, from 10 to 1 pm
A bit of rain won’t deter any good Portlander, especially when there is free good coffee and donuts. Plus you get to shovel some dirt and mulch to feel less guilty about that extra donut that you shouldn’t have eaten.
Thanks to East Multnomah Water and Soil Conservation District, North East Coalition of Neighborhoods, King Neighborhood association, King School PTA and Groundworks, the Green King Project is organizing this awesome community event to honor our Mother Earth.
Get to enjoy the fun and the good feeling that comes from changing some ugly neglected areas into beautiful green areas. Don’t miss this opportunity to help out your community, meet your neighbors, do some healthy exercise. Please RSVP if you can. Location is at King School 4906 NE 6th | Portland, OR 97211 Parking is available in the parking lot in NE 7th and Wygant. We will be meeting close to the playground.
Join Green King and get updates of the event at https://www.facebook.com/greenkingprojec or email firstname.lastname@example.org from Green King if you have any questions.
Life’s most persistent and urgent question is “What are you doing for others?”
Martin Luther King, Jr
Join us on Wednesday and help us make 2015 awesome.
King Neighborhood Association Agenda
Wed., January 11th, 2015, 6:30 – 8 pm
4815 NE 7th Avenue
–Introductions, at 6:30 – 5 mins
–Safety Report with PPB Officer Zoeller – 10 mins
–Proposed community kitchen at the Nativity School – 10 mins
–Survey of KNA records from 2014; recommended procedures for 2015 – 15 mins
–Approval of past minutes – 10 mins
–Appoint a grievance committee – 10 mins
–Green King update – 10 mins
–Spring 2015 clean up planning: need to recruit a volunteer to organize the event – 10 mins
–Movie in the Park, 2015 – help us organize this fab event! – 5 mins
–Announcements 5 mins
We don’t know who thought up the Free Street Fair, or put up these fliers in the neighborhood, but we’re intrigued to see what our neighbors turn out this Saturday.
On another topic, there’s no rain in the forecast for the weekend, so if you find yourself with some free time and want to help out the King NA with some canvassing, we have brochures and fliers for our upcoming clean-up and neighborhood garage sale that we’d love your help distributing. We’re looking forward to getting out in the sunshine and saying hi to our neighbors along the way!
You can join us by stopping by our meeting on Saturday morning, between 10 and 11 at Reflections Coffeeshop (446 NE Killingsworth), or by emailing us, or giving Alan a call at 503-880-6848.
4815 NE 7th Avenue
February 9, 2011 – 6:30 to 8:30 pm
6:30 Introductions and approval of agenda and minutes; additions to the agenda; announcements (including Movie in the Park; King’s facebook page; Spring clean-up information and other possible King projects; the Columbia River Crossing forum; the Community Watershed grant program; and the liquor license application for I&A Market)
6:50 Proposal to change the by-laws to eliminate the requirement that a candidate needs a year of service on the NA board before standing for election or appointment to Chair; other NA board positions that are currently vacant.
7:10 Irek Wielgosz: Friends of Tree King planting, & the Williams Transportation Project.
7:15 Officer Ryan Bren, Portland Police Bureau update.
7:25 Shoshana Cohen, NECN announcements, including King Action Planning meeting.
7:35 Sherrie Smith: Community Energy Project presentation.
7:45 Chris Goodell, AKS Engineering: the Vanport Housing project.
8:00 PSU Community Development Group: the King mural project.
8:10 Kevin Brake: pedestrian crossing at NE MLK Boulevard & Failing Street.
8:15 Time for further discussion on any topic.
At the last meeting of the association, Leslie Cormier resigned as an At-Large Representative and was replaced by resident Maureen Mimiaga. Alan Silver, Secretary and acting Chair in the absence of an elected Chair or Co-chair, is willing to be nominated as Chair if the restriction on the office are removed. Currently, only board members for a period of at least one year are eligible. A change to the bylaws is necessary to fill the office. To that end, the change was proposed at the last meeting and will be voted on at the upcoming meeting November 10th. As for the other vacancies, they are open to anyone who is eligible for membership in the association which is a resident, property owner, or business owner in King. Make a difference in the future of your community and join us at KNA.