All posts in South 39th Street Neighborhood
Our local Grizzlies often make big time football, what an honor for them and for Missoula. This is another nice article about Marc and his pro bowl in Hawaii. Thank you Marc, you represent us extremely well. May you have the best of luck and opportunities in the future! Judy http://www.kaj18.com/news/mariani-sets-pro-bowl-return-record/
Western Montana Fair 2011 theme: Country Roots and Cowboys Boots boot drive going on. This link gives you the full info…Don’t throw away those old cowboy boots!! Read this first.
From your front porch do you see some one that is outstanding in your neighborhood?
The city is looking for neighbors that contribute to the well being of their neighborhoods. Put your thinking caps on and nominate them. Nomination forms are on line and due by February 25, 2011. This link gives you all the details.
Sometimes the best measurement of accomplishment is looking back over the past year! The article this link takes you does just that. Did you notice any construction in your neighborhood last year? What do you see that needs to be done in your neighborhood? http://www.makeitmissoula.com/2011/01/ryan-newhouse-the-year-in-the-rear-view-mirror/
Missoula Councilman Jason Weiner brought back ideas from Palmerston North, New Zealand (Missoula’s sister city). I thought you might enjoy this, I did not know this was our sister city, did you?
Please see this link to the city website for contact information for neighborhood volunteers for South 39th Street Neighborhood: http://www.ci.missoula.mt.us/index.aspx?NID=285 Meetings and leadership teams for neighborhoods are presently being set up. What a perfect way to be heard or hear what is going on in your neighborhood.
You drivers ed teachers at Sentinel, your idea is genius in my book! They have a map of where accidents occur and which are the worst intersections in Missoula. Is the map available on line anywhere? What a great study and way to Live Missoula, thank you! The attached Link is “the rest of the story”
In case you missed this article in the Missoulian addressing the adorable Snowpeople I had blogged about, please enjoy the “rest of the story”. Truly a neighborhood attraction and a Live Missoula type of treat. Thank you Adam!
Check out the corners of Gharrett and Briggs Streets, how adorable! Pictures are compliments of Lori Guess of Ready, Pet, Go! Thank you for sharing, Lori. Do you have any snow creations in your neighborhood? We would love to have you share. Thank you. Judy
A little something for everyone! First Night Missoula, December 31 coming right up. This link tells you about it. This is a great way to Live Missoula, See you there! http://www.missoulacultural.org/firstnight/