That’s right, no more cutting down trees, no more wasting printer ink or gas getting to the post office. And no more trying to find that old checkbook buried somewhere under a pile on your desk. Now you can become a member of the West Central Neighborhood Association – and pay the dues – right here… ONLINE! Yes, this old and sometimes old-fashioned non-profit has finally arrived in the 21st century. Just head on over to our Membership Page and click the appropriate membership level. You’ll be able to pay by PayPal or credit card, then receive a receipt by email. Couldn’t get any easier.
So, for those of you who’ve been putting off joining or renewing because you threw out your printer or forgot where the post office is, you have no more excuses. Just a few quick clicks and it’s done! And then you’ll have the satisfaction of knowing your partnership and your money is helping us continue our ongoing efforts to make West Central the greatest neighborhood in the City!
GO THERE NOW!!!
Of course, if you still prefer writing checks, we don’t mind. Print out the membership form, complete it, and send it in with your check.
Thanks so much!
WCNA Association Holiday Party – Monday, Dec 16
It’s that time of year again, where WCNA celebrates all of its Association members and welcoming those who would like to join us in 2014. This is always a great party to come out and meet your neighbors. Chef Eric is catering the event this year!!
Date: Monday, December 16
Time: 7 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Where: Firefighter’s Union Hall; 1301 Broadway
Please note: the recent WCNA mailing incorrectly stated the date as the 17th…but it is Monday, the 16th so please help spread the word. Looking forward to seeing everyone.
Thank you to everyone who visited our 31st annual Home & Garden Tour and ArtsFest on September 7 & 8.
Thank you to all of our wonderful sponsors, fantastic homeowners and volunteers!
Without all of you, the weekend would not be possible. We greatly appreicate your support. We will continue to list all of our wonderful sponsors and artists on the Tour tab above – - anytime you are able to support these local companies & artists, we strong encourage you to do so.
Recently the City created a video highlighting the 800-block of West Central and the efforts by the City, West Central residents, and the Belay Corporation to rehabilitate four long-abandoned and deteriorating houses located in the middle of the block. Two houses were renovated, but, unfortunately, two other houses were beyond restoration. This link will take you to the video. The video is 30 minutes in length and provides an excellent summary of the various forces that had to come together to accomplish this major project.
Thanks to Molly Gropp for a great video about our beautiful and historic neighborhood! If you have any questions or comments Molly can be reached at: