Be included. Informed. Involved….
Neighborhood Enhancement Program
Make suggestions, gain information, and access resources: Many departments of City services will focus on Walnut Hills (August to November) to improve the quality of life.
Countdown to NEP launch…. on Friday at 10 a.m., in the Bush Center
Summer Youth Ambassadors
Neighborhood youth who have given service and received training this summer will report on their experiences.
Regular opportunities for safety and other reports, events, and networking.
What: Come celebrate and dance with Courttney Cooper. Be part of a 100 person flash mob dance routine at the Walnut Hills Kroger. Sign ups start at 9am, Filming starts at 10. Come out and meet your neighbors and Dance with the PONES Inc and Hilltop Stories neighborhood film festival.
Where: Walnut Hills Kroger
Where As On this day, June Twenty-Second, Two Thousand and Fourteen, be it declared in the Walnut Hills community a suburb of the City of Cincinnati, Ohio, zoned as 45206, Bishop Michael E. Dantley and Pastor Carol B. Dantley Day.
Where As Bishop Michael E. Dantley and Pastor Carol Dantley share in leadership roles as overseers of Christ Emmanuel Christian Fellowship, located in Walnut Hills. The Dantleys have served for forty years, in excellence and integrity; committed to teaching the Word of God; equipping the Body of Christ to impact Communities, The Market Place and The World. This resolution will be displayed for the month of June, on the Community Web Page located at Walnuthills.us as a world-wide proclamation of Bishop Michael E. Dantley and Pastor Carol B. Dantley’s service.
Therefore, I, Clarence M. Taylor, presiding as President of the Walnut Hills Area Council, do hereby proclaim this day June 22, 2014, as a special time to show appreciation for 40 years of Ministry and Dedication as;
Bishop Michael E. Dantley
Pastor Carol B. Dantley Day
As a member of the community of Walnut Hills, I encourage all citizens to join me in showing our gratitude.
Clarence M. Taylor
Clarence M. Taylor, President Walnut Hills Area Council
May 17 from 12-4 p.m.
Firehouse Row space (the 700 block of E McMillan)
Food, fun, art, live music.
There will be spectacular performances from local Walnut Hills artists including MC Till of the monastery studios, Drums for Peace, praising dancing, miming as well as a hip hop dance performance by Elementz.
Other activities include face painting, clay for kids with Core Clay, Cincinnati Circus, and interactive chalk mural, art making with the Cincinnati Art Museum, tours of the Firehouse, story hour with the Walnut Hills branch of the Cincinnati Library, a #WeAreWalnutHills photo booth and of course cornhole!
In addition to all the great music and fantastic activities there will be hot dogs and hamburgers, snow cones and popcorn!
WHAT: Help prepare the soil in a community garden.
- Tools will be provided.
- Bring your own work gloves and water and your spirit of service. Be sure you have proper footwear.
This is a service to the neighborhood, through the Walnut Hills Area Council, the Walnut Hills Redevelopment Foundation, and Go Cincinnati. Representatives of these organizations will sign forms to verify volunteer hours for young people serving as part of school or church programs. Please let them know about this opportunity too.
WHEN: Saturday, May 17, between 9 a.m. and noon (whenever you can come in that time-frame)
WHERE: Choose one of these two sites…
- Community Garden at 2612 Stanton Avenue, a few steps north of Wm. H. Taft Road
- Community Garden at the corner of Concord and Morgan Streets, about a block behind the soon-to-be Fireside Pizza.