Thursday, November 19, 2009

Regional Neighborhood Network Conference

Dear Volunteers,

The City of Dayton is excited to host the Regional Neighborhood Network Conference (RNNC) October 7-9, 2010. The Regional Neighborhood Network Conference goals are to strengthen neighborhood associations promote productive communication and collaboration between neighborhood groups, community partners and local government. The conference provides an opportunity for community leaders of various backgrounds to discuss neighborhood best practices, current trends and to network with other cities.

Your assistance and enthusiasm are requested to help the City of Dayton host and continue the mission of the RNNC. If you would like to participate in the planning and execution of the 2010 Regional Neighborhood Network Conference please mark your calendars for Wednesday, December 2, 2009 at 5:30 p.m. in the City Hall, 6th Floor Training Room. During the meeting you will have the opportunity to learn more about the conference, volunteer to serve on a committee and share you ideas for the conference.

We look forward to seeing you at the meeting and remember to spread the word that RNNC is coming to Dayton, Ohio, October 7-9, 2010!!!!

Thanks for all you do in making Dayton a great place!

Judy Martinson & Shenise Turner
2010 Regional Neighborhood Network Conference Co-chairs


Anonymous said...

When is the 2010 Yard Sale??? Has it become a thing of the past???

Anonymous said...

Why are the cars in Walnut Hills being either broken into or stolen every single night? There is nowhere safe to park without incurring some kind of damage. Then the police are very quick to put an "Abandoned Sticker" on the windshield. Let us hear about some arrests for a change! We have seen two young white males walking around the neighborhood at around 3AM looking into cars. This situation is out of hand and makes us want to move.

Anonymous said...

It is nice to hear that one of the neighborhood thugs was arrested last night off of Wayne Av, after breaking into a car. Seems he is a career criminal, white, male, late thirties, has been breaking into cars for at least ten years and arrested eight times. Oh my! What next? How do we keep him off our streets???? Maybe this time they will throw away the keys???

Anonymous said...

just was wanting to anounce the name of the winner of the food basket for thanksgiving. i had a sale at the corner of wyoming & phillips and if a person spent 10.00 they put their name in for a food basket. that winner was debra bailey of wyoming st. the basket will be delivered on nov. 19th. thanks to all of you that came to the sale.