The MHBPNA has been an active participant in the Weber Street construction for the past couple of years. We have posted articles on the pedestrian cross walk at Wilhelm we argued for in front of regional council and which is now being installed.
Welcome to the MHBPNA Blog, run for several years by our committed and long-standing Board Member, Ted Parkinson! Ted created the original MHBPNA blogspot way back in 2008 and has dutifully kept it current and interesting since then. This page merely provides a window into Ted's latest musings - for the real meat of the MHBPNA blog, and to see all the posts going back to 2008, please visit the original blog.
The MHBPNA is sponsoring our 2nd Annual Earth Day clean up at George Lippert Park. The action starts at 5:30 pm. This is also a great opportunity to discuss how we use the park and what we hope the scheduled rehabilitation will accomplish.
Here is our poster (click on it for larger size). Please come out and meet your neighbours.
Hey, let's not forget that we have an excellent time planned for everyone tomorrow (Saturday, February 21, 3-9) at Hillside Park.
You will want to reserve Saturday, February 21 for some fun and excitement. The MHBPNA is sponsoring and organizing a most excellent and amazingly exciting event. We will be having a toboggan party! Please read the poster and think happy thoughts. Come out with your family and zoom down a hill. If you would like to volunteer, contact us at [email protected].
Our Neighbourhood Association executive has met over the past month and identified a number of events and initiatives we would like to promote.
The City of Kitchener supports its neighbourhood associations in many different ways. They print our newsletters, pay several support staff to help our associations with planning our events and (hopefully) cutting through red tape and each year they hold a Neighbourhood Summit which brings together many of the associations to meet each other and talk over success stories and plan for the future.