EPBN June Newsletter

Dear Friends & Neighbors,

Summer is in full swing and East Point Breeze Neighbors is gearing up for some great activities! If you are interested in getting involved, don't hesitate to reach out to our tireless committee chair-people at epbneighbors.org/contact.

Keep scrolling to learn more!

General Meeting Wednesday

Our monthly General Meeting at the Reed Street Presbyterian Apartments will take place Wednesday.  This is an easy first step to meeting your neighbors and getting more involved in the community!  Come hear what's going on in the neighborhood and bring any questions or concerns you might have.

EPBN General Meeting
Date: Wednesday, June 26th
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Location: Reed Street Presbyterian Apartments (16th and Reed)

2nd Annual Neighborhood Picnic

The Clean and Green and Outreach Committees are working with Neighbors in Action to plan a clean up and neighborhood picnic on July 15th. The event will be held at Childs School at 16th and Wharton. The clean up will start at 9am and the picnic will run 12pm-4pm. We will provide the burgers and dogs (with vegetarian options); please BYO sides/desserts.

For more info, email clean@epbneighbors.org.

Thank you to our outgoing secretary!

We want to thank our outgoing secretary, Dylan Fenton, for his great work on the monthly newsletter and careful meeting minutes. We'll miss you Dylan! If you're interested in helping out, we have three positions open. If you or someone you know is interested in getting involved, please don't hesitate to get in touch with our president, Miguel, at president@epbneighbors.org!

  • Secretary
    • Writes the monthly newsletter
    • Records minutes at meetings
  • Technology 
    • Performs duties of webmaster
    • Maintains social media
  • Public Safety 
    • Leads neighborhood walks
    • Attends PSA meetings

Litter? Not in Philly

We hear from neighbors all the time that they wish their block had less litter. A new initiative gives you the tools to get your neighbors involved in weekly clean ups. Give it a try!

Visit the Not in Philly website here: http://notinphilly.org/

Read a recent Philadelphia Magazine article here: http://www.phillymag.com/business/2017/06/06/not-in-philly-litter-website-dave-brindley/#BfZSvtMjETxMfldV.99

As always, check the calendar on our website for all EPBN meetings and events as well as events that are of interest to our neighborhood. If you have any events that you would like us to consider adding to the calendar, please feel free to email us.

Want to get text alerts for meetings and more?

Text ‘EPBN’ to 77948

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