The Lind Bohanon Neighborhood Association
|Message Line: 612-588-7641
PO Box 29525 Minneapolis MN 55429
Open to the public, held at Webber Park building, 4400 Webber parkway.
Thursday, Nov. 3, LBNA Board Meeting, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Webber Park
Thursday Nov. 10, LBNA Crime and Safety Meeting, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Webber Park
Our newsletter will be changed to quarterly distribution with informational postcards in between starting next month.
2016 for Lind Bohanon:
The Lind Bohanon Neighborhood Association is a 501c3 nonprofit organization established in 1997. Our mission is to improve and enhance our neighborhood in the areas of housing, business, safety and community involvement. As this year is winding down we look to our neighbors for ideas to help continue the valuable work of LBNA to improve our community. Contact us today at lindbohanon.org.
Congratulations to our 2016-2017 board.
Reelected members Ann Moe, David Boyd, Nathan Pentz, Kathy Osborne, Kim Pikula and Susan Rassmussen.
Many thanks for the many years of service to Shirley Gish who is retiring from the board this year.
We look forward to another year of advocating for a great neighborhood.
Volunteer, get involved!
Our board is looking for interested neighbors to help us improve our neighborhood. Our board has open positions with minimal time commitment but maximum enthusiasm. Please join us in making our neighborhood a great place for us all. Some of our upcoming events include Toys for Tots, Holiday on 44th, as well as partnering with Jenny Lind Elementary school and Minneapolis Park Department.
Toys for Tots returns to Lind Bohanon!
Check our web site, Facebook page or call for details.
LBNA Crime and Safety Committee second Thursday of the month 6:30-8:30 p.m.
The LBNA Crime and Safety Committee is a place for people to meet our Community Crime Prevention Specialist Tim Hammett and other neighborhood residents to talk about issues on your blocks, crime prevention trends and tips, and hear more about what the Minneapolis Police Department is doing for our area. Committee meetings are free and open to the public. It meets at Webber Park, 4400 Webber Parkway, from 6:30-8:30 p.m.