Crescent Hill Community Council
If you have an article that you want included in the Spring Newsletter, published March 1, please send the information to Taylor Mayer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have some great opportunities to get involved in the planning of this year’s 4th of July Festival.
There are numerous committees that need help. If you are interested, please respond to this email or email Cynthia Thomas at email@example.com.
The Neighborhood Institute is a neighborhood leadership-education program established in 1987 by the Center For Neighborhoods, a non-profit civic organization. The Neighborhood Institute equips neighborhood leaders with the resources necessary to effect positive change by acting through and with their neighborhood groups.
Classes will meet at:
Center For Neighborhoods
507 South Third Street
January 31 - April 18, 2019
Every Thursday, 6:00pm - 8:30 pm
The Neighborhood Institute Spring 2019 is open to all neighborhoods, Metro Council Districts and the whole community. There is no charge to attend, but space is limited. Applications will be accepted through 12:00pm Wednesday, January 23.
Click the link below or contact us at 502-589-0343 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Crescent Hill Community Council Board wish our neighbors the best for the holiday season and peace and prosperity in 2019.
6:00 - 8:30pm
Come visit with your friends and neighbors from Crescent Hill at the Crescent Hill Community Council sponsored annual Holiday Open House.
Santa will be stopping by to see all the good little boys and girls and loves selfies with the grown ups! The Louisville Mandolin Orchestra will be entertaining us in the living room with beautiful holiday music. In the dining room will be refreshments and desserts for everyone to enjoy. Please join us for this festive gathering. We’ll be looking for you!
Saturday, December 1st
7:30am Registration opens
9:00am Race begins
Barret Traditional Middle School Gym
The 23rd annual 5k run/walk will be this Saturday. Registration begins at 7:30am and the race begins at 9:00am. The race benefits the great work of the United Crescent Hill Ministries.
Registration is at the Barret Traditional Middle School gym. You can also register online at www.uchmlouky.org, but you must do that before Wednesday, November 28. The fee for adults is $26.50 and for youth, $15.90. There is an additional charge of $5.00 for Day-of-Race registration.
Saturday, December 1st
12:00-8:30pm Trolley Running
2:00-4:00pm Carriage Rides
Frankfort Avenue Business Association (FABA) is hosting the annual “Old Tyme Christmas” is Saturday. The trolley will run from noon – 8:30pm and carriage rides will be at Kennedy Park from 2:00 – 4:00pm. Have some fun on The Avenue and support your local businesses.
Thursday, November 8th, 6:00-8:00pm
Come to the Peterson-Dumesnil House at 301 S. Peterson Ave on Thursday for a fun evening with your neighbors. Enjoy delicious chili and other treats. See you there.
Saturday, November 17th
Are you interested in learning more about how Louisville’s neighborhoods contribute to our quality of life? The Center For Neighborhood’s annual Neighborhood Summit is coming up on Saturday, November 17. The Crescent Hill Community Council has been given six tickets to this event. It will be held on the campus of Bellarmine University. For more information about the Summit schedule and program, please visit: 2018 Neighborhood Summit. If you are interested in going, please reach out to Cynthia Thomas atCynthiaThomas01@gmail.com.
Please save the date for the annual CHCC Chili Night Out. Also, we need volunteers to bring chili. If you are willing and interested, please contact Diana Gautier at email@example.com.
Thursday, November 1st, 7:00-8:30pm
The Crescent Hill Community Council will hold their annual member meeting this Thursday and it is opened to the public. At this meeting we will be elected new board members to serve on the CHCC board. Please come and see what is happening in our awesome neighborhood.
Over the past several months, we have been working on updating the website for the Crescent Hill Community Council. As many of you are aware, our old website needed serious updating and given the technology, it was a difficult task. While this new website is much easier for us to update, there are still some areas that are incomplete. In the coming weeks and months we will be adding more content and utilizing the features available to us. The items that will be updated first will include board and officer information, committee information and organizational documents. Thank you for your patience and enjoy!