Location: Marie Litta Park Brad Williams called the meeting to order and 16 people were in attendance. Last meeting minutes have been reviewed and were approved. The treasury report was given by Mel Hunter with a total balance as of our last statement 6/29/18 at $2552.96. In attendance at this meeting we had two members … Continue reading DGNA Meeting Minutes- July 12, 2018
August 4th at Farmer's Market It's time to get ready for the Dimmitt's Grove bake sale at the Farmer's Market. This year, we'll have the non- profit booth on August 4th. We need plenty of baked goods to keep up our good name. Baked goods that sell well include cookies, brownies, bar cookies, muffins, pecan rolls, pies, scones, … Continue reading DGNA Bake Sale
Our exciting sign project has made the news. Check out the article in the link below! http://www.pantagraph.com/news/local/dimmitt-s-grove-residents-sharing-their-homes-history/article_7a5619fc-f38e-5397-affc-bfd74c2c0857.html#tracking-source=home-top-story
Event May 20 & May 26 The Dimmitt's Grove Neighborhood Association Flea Markets are a couple of weeks away (June 2nd). The sale brings a lot of people to our streets, driveways, and yards, and we want to show all of our visitors the pride we all have in our great neighborhood! Now is a great time to … Continue reading DGNA Clean Up Day
DGNA Meeting Minutes 5-3-18 The May 2018 meeting of Dimmitt’s Grove Neighborhood Association was held at the home of Sarah and Gregg Hanzel at 601 E Jackson. The meeting was called to order by President Brad Williams. Nineteen neighbors and two city staff were present. The meeting minutes from the March meeting was approved. … Continue reading May 2018 Meeting Minutes
Just a reminder we have a neighborhood meeting this week, and the venue has changed. The meeting will be held Thursday May 3rd at 601 E. Jackson St. Hope to see everyone there we have a full agenda!
In Dimmitt's Grove we are very proud of our neighbors, both young and old. Recently one of our very own, MaKylee Assani (age 10) expressed to her parents Tunde and Kim her passion for helping others. She started by researching charities and chose Project Oz, because "they helped the homeless and children". She set out … Continue reading Neighbor Spotlight