NENO will hold a special election for multiple open seats on its Board of Directors on
January 7, 2019 at its monthly board meeting
6:30 PM at Rice Recreation Center 1021 Marion Street
Anyone age 16 or older who lives within the North End boundaries is invited to attend and is eligible to vote or seek election. Three seats are available in Quadrant 4, which covers the northeastern portion of the North End, including the McDonough Homes. Two open seats are available in Quadrant 1, which covers the southeastern portion of the North End around Oakland Cemetery. Candidates for these seats must live in the Quadrant they would represent.
In addition, one open youth seat for a resident (16 – 21 years old) in any quadrant is open.
Learn more here
If you are interested in running, please email a short statement about yourself and your goals for the neighborhood to email@example.com no later than January 2, 2019.
The North End Neighborhood Organization (D6) is saddened by the passing of Mike Hartzell, (Bones) 71. As many heartfelt testimonials regarding Bones and his life are posted illuminating the way he lived his life, being the heart of Rice Street we can only echo what everyone is saying. Mike lived his life as he chose and was an honest and honorable man. He will truly be missed by so many.
“So long as the memory of certain beloved friends lives in my heart, I shall say that life is good.” -Helen Keller
The North End Neighborhood Organization is happy to let you know Thi Da (pronounced Thee Da) is joining us as our Community Outreach Coordinator.
Thi lives in the North End, having graduated from Como Park Senior High and currently plans to continue her education in social work. Thi has worked in social services and as a Karen interpreter. She plans to “hit the ground running and start making a contribution to the North End right away”. We are happy to have her and look forward to working with her closely.