Thursday, May 26, 2011
"THE TIME TESTED WAY TO RECYCLE YOUR COMMUNITY"
We all need to feel a part of our community and to feel the link between the generations who created our town. This session
of the 2011 Leadership Series will feature the neighbors who have lead their communities toward Conservation or Historic District status, and illustrate how historic preservation has created stability, value and relationships among residents. Participants are encouraged to bring items that have been found in their home or yard for “show and tell.” For most of us, historic preservation is as much a personal journey as it is a series of regulations. Come share the stories of your own restoration and discoveries, learn how to research your home and how to ensure your neighborhood’s continued success.
HAND will offer a drawing for a
free Home Energy Audit to one of the participants in each session!
WHEN: THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 2011, 7 TO 9 P.M.
WHERE: CITY COUNCIL CHAMBER OF CITY HALL
more information contact Vickie Provine email@example.com
or call 349-3505.
On both Monday May 23 and Wednesday night May 25 Bloomington was hit by, what we assume was, a tornado. McDoel Gardens was one of the hardest hit neighborhoods in the city. I will be posting pictures of some of the houses I have seen so far over the next few days. If you have any photos of damage or stories you want to share, please send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org