It’s that time of year to get your yard and house ready for spring. This year’s BoilerBlast will be held on April 9th, 2016 from 8am – 12pm.
If you are unfamiliar with this program, it is an opportunity for residents and Purdue students to work together to improve the quality of life in our neighborhoods, parks, and around our homes.
Some example activities include:
- Light yard work
- Garage cleanout
- Window cleaning
- Garden care
- Gutters (if ladders are provided)
If you would like to work with Purdue students to help you prepare for spring, please signup online. Availability is on a first come, first serve basis so sign-up now.
We are also working with the Civic Engagement and Leadership Development group to also help clean-up our streets, sidewalks, and parks.
You can also visit the BoilerBlast 2016 web site for more information.
A message to the neighborhood from the League of Women Voters® of Greater Lafayette:
Remember you cannot vote if you are not registered to vote. You may verify your voter registration, update a new address or register for the first time in Indiana at www.indianavoters.com.
You will need an Indiana Driver’s License or ID to do so online or print a form to complete and mail it to
County Board of Elections and Registration
20 N. 3rd Street
The deadline to register to vote in the May 3, 2016 Primary Election is April 4.
Need more info? Go to www.tippecanoe.in.gov/election_board or www.leaguelafayette.org
YOUR VOTE COUNTS!
The West Lafayette Parks and Recreation Department invites you to participate in a public opinion survey to help plan for improving its facilities, services, and programs over the next 5-10 years.
Please visit http://tiny.cc/wlparkssurvey from now through March 15, 2016, to provide your valued input.
If you would like to be more involved in our park system, please contact Janet Fawley, Parks & Recreation Superintendent at firstname.lastname@example.org or 765-775-5110.
Help spread the word!
Here are some photos from the event. If you took pictures, please send them to us so we can include them here and on our Facebook page.
NCN will be holding it’s 10th annual Soup and Square Dance on Friday, Jan. 29 from 6 to 8 pm at Morton in the large multipurpose room (with the stage).
The 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 is $5 per individual/$15 per family OR bring (soup), (bread/butter/cornbread/rolls), (a fruit/veggie tray), or (dessert) to serve 10 people.
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 bring food, be paying, and if you can help set up at 5.
For those of you that are on our e-mail list, you should have recieved an evite to the event. Please RSVP by January 27 (so we have an approx. # attending). If you are not on our e-mail list, please sign-up and we can get one sent out to you.
We want to wish everyone a happy and safe New Year! 2016 is going to be amazing.
Thanks to everyone who came to this year’s Halloween Parade! It was a wonderful turn out and a great way to meet families, make new friends, and enjoy the neighborhood.
A big thank you to Paul, on the New Chauncey Leadership Team, for putting this altogether.
Come join the FUN of the 16th 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!
Once we arrive at the Park, the 48 youngest kids in costume will be introduced to the crowd one-by one, and will receive Goodie Bags with small toys and candy. Hot Chocolate will also be available to all. Hope you and your children can make it!
October 15th, 2015
Morton Community Center, Room 106
Learn what’s happening in and around New Chauncey, meet neighbors, chat with City officials (we are still waiting on confirmations), volunteer for important neighborhood activities, pay dues, and have fun!
Lincoln Park recently received two new additions.
The West Lafayette Public Library has placed a book return at the park. This drop box can be used to return any WLPL material. The book return is now available for use and will receive a permanent West Lafayette library sign in the near future.
Another new West Lafayette library drop box can be found at Lommel Park, located in the Barbarry Heights neighborhood. For any questions regarding the Lincoln and Lommel Park drop boxes contact the West Lafayette Public Library at 765-743-2261.
Lincoln Park also now features a Little Free Library, adding to the many already in our neighborhood and around the city. This free book exchange is available to all.
The other two in New Chauncey are on Rose St. near the Happy Hollow Park entrance and in front of New Chauncey Housing on Littleton St.
The 16th Annual Meet & Greet is looking for neighborhood volunteers to help introduce the new Purdue students to the community. Walk around with your friends and neighbors on Monday August 24, 2015 from 6-7pm (or longer if you like) handing out packets of information, striking up conversations, and welcoming new people to the City.
The group will meet in the MSEE Foyer on Northwestern Ave:
Parking available in Northwestern Garage after 5:00 p.m.
This event is sponsored by Purdue University and the City of West Lafayette Community Partnership Team.
For more information: contact Ashley Darnell at 496-1841 or email@example.com
UPDATE: We would like to thank everyone who came out to this year’s Labor Day Picnic and making it a huge success. We are excited to do it again next year.
Here are some photos from the event. If you have any photos you would like to share, please send them our way:
It is that time of year again and the New Chauncey Leadership team is planning this year’s annual Labor Day Picnic:
Monday September 7th
5:00 p.m. @ Lincoln Park
An evite will be sent in a bit, but we wanted to get the information on the web site. As usual, NCNA will provide burgers and dogs (meat and non-meat options), along with water and lemonade. We ask that everyone bring their own table service and something to share.
Please help spread the word!
To get you excited for this year’s event, here are some pictures from last year’s event: