- The BPN Block Captains for getting the word out
- The volunteers for all their hard work making Buena Park shine
- Don Nowotny, the 46th Ward’s Streets and Sanitation Superintendent, for supplying us with bags, rakes, shovels and brooms
- Dollop Coffee, for donating our door prize — a $20 Dollop gift card
- Standard Bank, for donating individual pocket-sized hand sanitizer dispensers — a true godsend after the KFC lot!
- Michael’s Pizza, for providing the delicious pizza
Archive for May, 2010
Check this out, Buena Park! 20×200, one BPN board member’s favorite source for original art on the cheap, just released this print called “Kite Hill” by Chicago artist Paul Octavious. It is a depiction of an incredibly vibrant and diverse community converging on Cricket Hill at Montrose Harbor during what we believe is the annual Mayor Daley’s Kids and Kites Festival.
A quick browse around Paul’s website revealed a whole set of stunning photos and even video of this beloved mound of green goodness just north of Buena Park’s boundaries along the lakefront.
Visit the 20×200 website to learn more or purchase “Kite Hill.” Limited-edition signed prints start at just $20 for an 8×10″!
Posted in Uncategorized on May 19, 2010 |
Meetings on Proposed Development
May 20th and May 27th, 5:30-7:30pm
Sedgwick Development is planning two community meetings to discuss their proposal for the Maryville lot, which is just over Buena Park’s northern border. Considering they are proposing several hundred units, and a construction schedule of 5 years, we hope you will attend one of the two proposed meetings and voice your concerns and ask your questions, so the Alderman’s office and the developers understand what we think.
The first meeting is May 20th, and the second meeting is May 27th. Both meetings will run from 5:30pm-7:30pm and are Open House format, so participants do not have to arrive exactly at 5:30pm.
Please see the flyer for more information, and please post the flyer in your hallways and community boards to help spread the word. Attendance is very important to reinforce to the developers that we are invested in this process.
Posted in Uncategorized on May 13, 2010 |
- Saturday, May 22 from 10 am – Noon
- Starting location: Dollop Coffee, 4181 N. Clarendon
- Volunteers of all ages needed
- Clean-up areas will be determined on day of event by the volunteers
- Brooms, rakes, shovels and bags will be provided; bring work gloves if you have them
To register or obtain additional information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have revamped our website with a goal of being more informative, user-friendly, and visually appealing to our members and other visitors. We hope you’ll enjoy exploring the new site at www.buenaparkneighors.org!
Highlights of the new website:
- The homepage is in a dynamic blog format, which we will update with BPN announcements as well as other items of interest to the neighborhood.
- On the “About BPN” page, you can find information about BPN’s mission, goals, accomplishments, contact info, and by-laws.
- On the “Our Projects” page, you can learn about our exciting projects, from Concerts in the Park to Buena Pumpkin Neighbors.
- On the “Join/Donate/Volunteer!” page, you can easily start or renew your BPN membership, make a tax deductible donation to BPN, and find out how to volunteer with us.
- On the “Explore Buena Park” page, you can learn about the history and landmarks of Buena Park and view some neat historic photos of the neighborhood.
- On the “Business Directory” page, you can view a list of BPN’s current Business Members with links to their websites. Support our local businesses!
If you have any feedback about the new website, please shoot us an email at email@example.com.
- Buena Park Neighbors