May 15, 2007

This Saturday, May 19, haul out your goods. Prepare to sell that old lawn tractor, bowling ball, and set of gold plated fishing lures.

Tomorrow May 17th watch for an ad in the Indianapolis Star. Signs will be placed at Lawrence/Shelby, Otterbein/Hanna, Keystone/Radcliff and Asbury/Hanna beginning Thursday afternoon.

The weather is supposed to be good so get ready to sell your rummage.

Good luck, Greg.

May 3, 2007

University of Indianapolis
Keep Indianapolis Beautiful,
Gateway Business Alliance
and UHNA would like to thank the following sponsors who made our inaugural 2007 campaign a success.

Acoustic Catfish
B & R Services
Cardwell Do-It-Best Home Center
Enzo Pizza
Fifth Third Bank
Fleck Photography
Follett’s Bookstore
Katherine Fries (artwork)
Eli Lilly and Company Foundation
National City Bank
National Financial Group
Office Depot
People Helping People Network
Perry Brothers Auto Sales
Polk Food Service
Starbucks Coffee
Triland Properties

Along with the above sponsors, about 200 plus students from U of I participated alongside long time residents and community members. The City of Indianapolis was also cooperative in many ways.

I even got to work with a group of kids from Indianapolis Juvenile Correction, escorted by a volunteer from Rolls-Royce Corporation.

Together we filled two full trailer length dumpsters, plus the packer truck from the City an unknown amount of times with refuse, debris, and trash. Collectively, we can do some neat things.

Southside sweep |

See the Follow-Up to Our Clean-Up, in Today's Indy Star

May 2, 2007

Wednesday, May 9th, 7:00 p.m.
UHNA Board Meeting at the University Heights United Methodist Church

Tuesday, May 15, 7:00 p.m.
City of Indianapolis Planning Division Public Forum on the Shelby Street Corridor Study at University Heights United Methodist Church

Saturday, May 19, 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Neighborhood Yard Sale. The UHNA will purchase advertisement in the local papers.
All you have to do is set up shop in time for the buyers.

Wednesday, October 10, 7:00 p.m.
Fall Neighborhood Meeting at University Heights United Methodist Church
Watch here for more details, but just walking around our neighborhood will show that the neighborhood clean-up was a success. Many volunteers from the neighborhood, U of I, the Southside business community and the city helped pull it off.

We filled two large dumpsters with debris, brush, and trash. A packer truck from the city was filled a couple of times. All finished by 2:00PM before a brief thunderstorm rolled through.

Thanks for all of your support.