Sunday, September 18th, 2022 2pm EST 705 North Chauncey Avenue (Home of Catherine Grossman) [no remote option at present] All are welcome
The agenda is to work on preparations for our 2022 Annual Meeting to be held in October. The date has not been finalized.
NCNA met at the home of Catherine Grossman and Stan Alexander at 705 N Chauncey on Sept. 18.
Present: Jean Sullivan, Dannny Weiss, Peter Bunder, Linda Eales, Paul Bower, Deb Dierckman and Catherine Grossman.
The annual meeting will be held on October 24, 6-8 at the WL Library. Food will be served. We will meet city officials, have a chance to ask questions and learn what the NCNA is all about and how it can help our neighborhood.
More information about the Annual Meeting will be coming.
From the City’s Website: The City of West Lafayette and Purdue created the Joint Board in order to provide a consistent and equitable mechanism to address issues that arise in the future regarding this Interlocal Cooperation Agreement and its interpretation and implementation, as well as the implementation of the Annexation. The Joint Board is composed of three members from each of the parties appointed by the responsible executive of each party.
Join neighbors, family, and friends for New Chauncey’s biggest event, the 14th annual Soup & Square Dance on Friday, Jan. 31st from 6 to 8:30pm pm at the old Happy Hollow Elementary School, now the Happy City Hollow.
Please park in the west side lot, and enter through the main entrance (south side). Check-in at the front desk, take a right at the 1st hallway and walk all of the way down. The cafeteria is on the left.
Entertainment will include LIVE MUSIC and family-oriented square dancing for all. You don’t have to square dance if you don’t want to, but we know we’re going to have fun at it (even though most of us are only beginners)!
The cost to rent the room, pay the musicians, and everything else for the event is around $600. The New Chauncey Neighborhood Association would appreciate a donation to help offset the cost. The suggested amounts are $5 per individual or $15 per family. You can also send money via PayPal.
Please bring a soup, bread/butter/cornbread/rolls, a fruit/veggie tray, or dessert to serve 10+ people. The more the merrier!
Drinks and paper goods provided. Along with power strips for the soup (if you’re bringing a crockpot).
Please let us know if you will be bringing food and/or if you are able to help setup for the event around 5pm.
RSVP by January 29th (so we have an approx. # attending). You can do this via the evite, which is sent to our newsletter list. If you are not currently a subscriber, please sign-up and we can get one sent out to you.
Are you a photographer? Please share your photos from the event so we can post them on our web site. Thank you!
Another great day for the 20th Annual Halloween Parade. Here are some pictures we took. If you have any you would like to share, please send them along.
Come join the FUN of the 20th Annual Halloween Parade! Everyone is invited to this event. This is your chance to see our neighborhood kids in their awesome costumes! We will parade on Lincoln St. from Rose St. to the Park. This will allow for great photo shoots!
Please arrive by 2:45pm. We will start our parade to Lincoln Park at 3pm.
SpringBlast is a day of service dedicated to serving our neighbors. Our goal is to connect Purdue students and residents in making a more united community. SpringBlast was established in order to make that possible.
Which Homes “Qualify”?
This year, to guarantee that we can get to all of the residents on our list, we hope to work with folks who live within a 15-minute drive of Purdue University’s campus. Please let us know if you need accommodations!
I registered, now what?
You will hear back at the end of March about what time to expect volunteers day-of!
Please contact our student Community Partner liaison at email@example.com with any questions you might have!