Southeast Neighbors Meeting
and Dessert Potluck
Join us Tuesday, November 19th
Neighborhood Collaboration: Learn about projects going on right now in your neighborhood and be inspired by an example of how a nearby neighborhood organized to improve the lives of children in their community.
Priorities for our Neighborhood: Share your thoughts on priorities and action items for our neighborhood in an informal break out session.
Park in the front parking lot or in the west side lot off Hilyard. Please bring a dessert to share and your own plate/silverware/napkin), but don’t let the lack of either stop you from coming to the meeting. Your presence is a contribution to the neighborhood.
I. Introduction/Welcome - Heather Sielicki [5 minutes]
II. Public Announcements [15 minutes]
III. City of Eugene Update - Councilor Betty Taylor [15 minutes]
IV. Neighborhood Projects - Lindsay Selser [20 minutes]
V. Project Feed Hope - Harlow Neighbors [20 minutes]
VI. Group Break Out [15 minutes]
Historically active and politically involved, the Southeast Eugene neighborhood includes more than 13,000 residents in some 6,000 households, or roughly 8% of the city of Eugene.