• Weekly Roundup, April 29 to May 5
    Weekly Roundup, April 29 to May 5
    Photo "Purple Flowers" by Frank Hurley

Latest News

May 2016

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2016 Community Survey

Fill out this survey for a chance to win a free LCC sweatshirt! For questions, email melanie@longfellow.org.

April 2016

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LCC Weekly Roundup, April 29 to May 5

ANNOUNCEMENTS LCC Votes on New Mission Statement A new mission statement was approved at No Pie Charts! Only Pies! on Tuesday, April 26th. The new statement is as follows: “To improve the well being of our diverse community through engagement, involvement and empowerment.” The original mission statement was: “To improve the quality of life and develop a… Read more »

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Community Input Needed to Direct the Course of Environmental Action in Longfellow

Community Potluck Gathering for the New Longfellow Environmental Action Team – a working group of the LCC Environment Committee! If you live or work in Longfellow, Cooper, Howe, and Hiawatha and you want to see our community become a greener, healthier, more sustainable place to live, join the community conversation on Tuesday evening, May 24,… Read more »

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LCC Weekly Roundup, April 22-28

ANNOUNCEMENTS Join the LCC Board of Directors LCC will elect its new Board of Directors at No Pie Charts! Only Pies! on Tuesday, April 26th. There are 10 open seats on the board. All levels of experience are welcomed. You need only an interest in the community, to live in the Longfellow, Cooper, Howe or Hiawatha neighborhood and a commitment… Read more »

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LCC Weekly Roundup, April 15-21

ANNOUNCEMENTS Chard Your Yard Signup Open Chard Your Yard Signup registration is open until May 1st, or when all beds have been assigned. Hosted by Transition Longfellow, the program helps neighbors get started growing food with its Chard Your Yard program. Using a “garden mob” of neighborhood volunteers, the group installs 3′ x 5′ raised… Read more »

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LCC Weekly Roundup, April 8-14

ANNOUNCEMENTS Holy Trinity to Begin Renovations Holy Trinity Church, located at 2730 E 31st St, is planning to relocate its eastside entrance, add a covered canopy, and sloping sidewalk to provide easier access and more visibility. In order to accomplish this, leaders of the church are submitting for a zoning board variance to its side… Read more »

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