National Night Out celebrates safe neighborhoods all over the country on August 5.
Churchill neighbors and New york casino friends meet in Acorn Park for an ice cream social.
Meet your neighbors!
Enjoy some ice cream and work it off with friendly games of kickball.
Officer Tod Schneider from E.P.D.’s Crime Prevention Unit will join us with tips on
making your home safer from property crimes.
LTD will show us the latest on West EmX project and ask for help supporting
businesses during the Generic pharmacy viagra construction phase.
They will show the Buck St. walking & bike bridge.
National Night Out celebrates safe neighborhoods all over the country on August 5.
With the City’s new cost saving plans, all Neighborhoods will have less paper mailings.
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Join Churchill Area Neighbors, Wednesday, January 15th, 6:30 p.m. at Valley Covenant Church (3636 W 18th Ave)
This will be a planning session to create a neighborhood newsletter!
We need content ideas.
We need writers. We need layout designers and editors.
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WHAT: A Winter Social
Meet your neighbors and neighborhood association!
WHEN: Sunday, December 15, 2013 2-4 p.m.
WHERE: Cedar & Oaks Condos Rec Room
1471 Quaker St, Eugene, OR 97402
Parking on Quaker St.
Rec room is the large brown building in the back on the left.
Hot Cider ~ Desserts ~ Kids Crafts
Join us at the next C.A.N. meeting on January 15th at Valley Covenant Church for a planning session for our newsletter and spring event!
One of the best ways to reduce crime and illegal activities is to know and recognize your neighbors.
Please join us on August 6th to meet some new neighbors, discuss neighborhood concerns and Proscar online usa recognize the efforts of the Neighborhood Matching Grant participants.
Also, organized kickball and ice cream!
Sgt. Lisa Barrong with the Eugene Police Department is hosting a
neighborhood talk, *Crime Trends and Preventions,* in an effort to educate
the community about current crime trends, steps you can take to protect
yourself and programs EPD offers to help you.
Wed 11/28 Churchill High School – 1850 Bailey Hill Rd.
Churchill Area Neighbors: A Winter Social
Solarize Eugene smoothes the path for EWEB customers to go solar through a
limited-time bulk purchase of solar electric and solar hot water panels. With
pre-selected contractors and equipment as well as workshops to walk you through the
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http://www.eweb.org/greenpower grant. Contact email@example.com or
541-654-4054 with questions.
Saturday, May 19th, 10:30am-12:00pm Trinity Methodist Church, 440 Maxwell Rd.
Tuesday, May 29th, 7-8:30pm Hilyard Community Center, 2580 Hilyard St.
Wednesday, June 13th, 6-7:30 Umpqua Bank, 497 Oakway Rd.
Help us spread the word about our upcoming workshops with this flyer:
This is our scheduled General Meeting, but it is the final planning opportunity before the C.A.N. DO Gardening Event.
If you need specific information or are interested in helping out, please contact us using this form.
Please download the flier here: www.churchillareaneighbors.org/files/cando gardens flier.pdf Download it, print it up, and pass it out! Tell your neighbors. Tell your friends, and we'll see you all soon!
Se puede descargar el panfleto aquí: http://churchillareaneighbors.org/files/CAN DO GARDEN FLIERS-Spanish.pdf. Imprímalo y repártalo. Compártalo con amigos y vecinos, y ¡nos vemos pronto!
Plants provided by the Sale Viagra Professional Churchill High School Rachel Carson Center.
Medicinal Herb Workshop hosted by Sharol Tilgner of Wise Woman Herbals 10am–11:30am.
Visit with Julia Bowlin, Eugene's Dog Whisperer. Her website is http://www.eugenesdogwhisperer.com
Learn about disaster preparedness from the CAN DO Community Emergency Response Team.
Garden Tours (various times)
Live Music (various times)
Baked goods & Coffee (whole event)
Food Donations (whole event)
We are spreading the word and need your help! Come this Wed at 7 pm to pick up
event flyers to share with neighbors and friends. We will be at Valley Covenant
Church, 18th and Bailey Hill. Hope to see you there!
The CAN's February General Meeting location has changed! Instead of the Valley Covenant Church, we will be meeting at the Churchill Estates at 1919 Bailey Hill Rd.
However, the agenda is unchanged! Please join us for our annual elections and the ongoing discussion about the Churchill Gardens!
Where: Churchill Estates, 1919 Bailey Hill Road
When: Wednesday, February 22nd, 7:00-8:30pm
You can view the agenda here: CAN February General Meeting Agenda
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Tuesday, January 24th, 6-8 p.m.
Elmira High School Cafeteria
(24936 Fir Grove Lane in Elmira)
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
For more info: 541-345-5091
Refreshments will be provided.
The Highway 126: Fern Ridge Corridor Plan is ready to take the next step toward
identifying workable solutions to improve the safety and function of Highway 126
between the cities of Veneta and Eugene. The Oregon Department of Transportation
appreciates all the good ideas brought forward by the people who attended our
October public forum. At the upcoming meeting, we will share what we have learned
about the alternatives, and the project team will ask for your help to evaluate and
narrow the options.
We are committed to access for all participants and Order viagra no prescription assisted listening devices will
be available at the meeting. This event will be held in a wheelchair accessible
area. For individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing, an interpreter or note taker
can be provided with one-week notice prior to the event. Materials can be made
available in alternate formats if requested in advance. To arrange for these
services, please RSVP for the event at least 1 week in advance.
To ask questions or share your opinion: email Julie Fischer at: email@example.com
To speak with the Oregon Department of Transportation: Savannah Crawford, Senior
Region Planner, (541) 747-1354
For media inquiries: Richard Little, ODOT Public Information Officer, (541) 726-2442
Visit us online at http://highway126.org for more information.
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The Churchill Garden Experience!
At our next General Meeting, we are inviting neighbors who love gardening to brainstorm ideas for an event that celebrates gardening in the Churchill area.
The specifics of the event are not yet defined – bring your creativity, knowledge, and passion for gardening to this next meeting!
WHAT: Creative Brainstorming for The Churchill Garden Experience!
WHEN: Wednesday, January 25th, 7-8:30 pm
WHERE: Valley Covenant Church, 18th and Bailey Hill
Dear Watch captains and neighborhood leaders,
We saw a lot of car thefts last week, especially along W.11th between Pearl Street and Danebo. As usual, there were an inordinate number of 1980s-1990s Hondas and Toyotas stolen. Your best protection against this is a steering wheel club.
We sell these at cost at our substations (6th and Monroe, or 13th and Alder) for $11. If you don't drive your car in the wee hours, also consider our CAT program. That involves putting a sticker on your car window that allows officers to stop the car if they spot it moving about in the middle of the night. Alarms are an option as well.
If you leave anything valuable in the car, that's one more reason it may be stolen, so remember to remove all valuables from your vehicles.
If you have questions, give me a call.
Crime Prevention Specialist
Crime Prevention Unit
Eugene Police Department