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COPYRIGHT © 2018
Wellington Northeast Neighborhood Association
WNNA
P.O. Box 785
Noblesville IN 46061-0785
317.713.1234
wnnahoa@gmail.com

2018 Fall Newsletter

Community News

From the President – 2018 Fall Newsletter

We had a great turnout for our July 4th parade. I enjoy watching our young people’s creativity in decorating their bicycles and wagons. In the not so distant future they will be our new community and our country’s leaders.

From the Vice President – 2018 Fall Newsletter

I’m hoping everyone’s summer has been great and all had opportunities to enjoy the amenities in our neighborhood. A big THANK YOU to all my great volunteers who pitched in to assist me and the board; stepping up for general repairs, weed trimming, toilet fixing etc….. Volunteers are truly the key to keeping our costs down and our neighborhood great!

From the Treasurer – 2018 Fall Newsletter

I wanted to share some thoughts on the current finances of the WNNA. For the past few years, the WNNA board has, in my opinion, been excellent stewards of our finances, especially considering how low our dues are compared to similar neighborhoods in Noblesville. Given the age of the neighborhood, pools, and parks, this has been no small feat.

Upcoming Events

When: Thursday, September 20, 2018 - 7pm
Where: First Christian Church
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Some Friendly Community Reminders

Please keep your dusk-to-dawn lights burning. It is a Covenants requirement.
Please put your garbage bins in a location not visible from the street or other homes--that means not leaving them in your front or side yards.
Please leave adequate space (minimum four feet) between garbage and recycle bins. Also, don't put the bins too close to a mailbox or overhanging trees. The truck's pick-up arms must have space enough to pick up the bins and lift them high over the truck without interference from other objects.
Please do not dump your grass clippings or other yard debris in any of the parks. The city provides services for disposal of these things, so please take advantage of these free services.
Please pick up after your dogs when walking them on the streets and sidewalks.