Update 19 – May 2021

Update 19 – May 2021

President’s Message Karen Emerson As the weather becomes more pleasant and the COVID restrictions are lessening, there are some exciting things going on in the neighborhood! This month, May 22-29, Ease on Down is the first event of the season. Charlotte Burch has worked tirelessly with the Thurston Brooks Merchants Association to bring neighbors and our merchants together. This is the 10th year! This is […]

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Update 19 – April 2021

Update 19 – April 2021

President’s Message Karen Emerson When I told Ruth that I thought I would write about the history of the 19th Ward Community Association, she was delighted! She had decided to pick the 19WCA as the Proudly 19 Neighbor of the month. Great minds think alike 🙂 It is not surprising that many of the same issues we are experiencing now are the same issues that […]

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Update 19 – March 2021

Update 19 – March 2021

President’s Message Karen Emerson  I was reminded that March is Women’s History month. I happen to be reading the Women’s Suffrage Movement edited by Sally Roesch Wagner. Her introduction struck me as most appropriate for the present moment.  She states, “As we move to create a more perfect union in this cultural revolution we are undergoing, we are creating a new history. Not the top-down […]

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Update 19 – January 2021

Update 19 – January 2021

President’s Message Karen Emerson Hello – I would like to introduce myself. I am Karen Emerson, the 2021 19th Ward Community Association President. I am a proud 19th Ward resident since 1976. I rented an apartment on Hillendale Street and then purchased a house in 1977, on Rosalind Street where I reside today. I have been involved with the 19th Ward Community Association in many […]

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Update 19 – December 2020

Update 19 – December 2020

President’s Message Zola Brown The 19th Ward Convention brought in a new way of communicating and a new President for 2021.  I enjoyed the Convention – especially the panel discussion – but missed the in-person interaction.  I missed trying a new dish or supporting a local pizza business and the raffle. This year was certainly different but necessary. It was good to know so many […]

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Update 19 November 2020

Update 19 November 2020

President’s Message Zola Brown It is that time of the year:  boots, scarfs, hats and mixed-match gloves because, just like little kids, we can never keep up with them. November is here and the New Year is around the corner. I imagine everyone is looking for a better year than what we have endured through 2020. The November election may determine the outcome of your […]

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Update 19 – October 2020

Update 19 – October 2020

President’s Message Zola Brown My favorite season has arrived – when tree foliage begins to change and the different colors on the trees are vibrant. The weather is a little cooler and a quart of apple cider has to be in the fridge. As we enter another season with hope for a better tomorrow, we must think about imagining new ways of doing things now […]

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Update 19 – September 2020

Update 19 – September 2020

President’s Message Zola Brown How time flies as we come into Labor Day weekend: the well-known last family barbecue and the start of the fall season. Schools are delayed and remote learning is still a priority. We hope that the education system throughout this covid season recognizes the work of parent, teacher and student for virtual learning challenges and processes. On this Labor Day weekend, […]

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Update 19 – August 2020

Update 19 – August 2020

President’s Message Zola Brown It’s August and many of us are either making plans to go back to work and/or school. We have had many hardships this year and we need everyone to hang in there! Our Community Association is here to help provide any information on resources you need. We will do our best to help you and get your delegate involved. Foodlink is […]

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Update 19 – July 2020

Update 19 – July 2020

President’s Message Zola Brown Thank you 19th Ward community for showing up for our historical Black Lives Matter Parade and Vigil on June 19th, the celebration of Juneteenth. With over 120 bicycles and cars joined in, our community was moved to work on issues to eradicate systemic racism. A special thank you to the district delegates and office manager for their hard work on this […]

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