This month, we’ll discuss our neighborhood project and share other important neighborhood and community-wide information.
The Northwest Ferguson Neighborhood Association (NWFNA) will have a Neighborhood Meeting on Saturday, July 18th, 2020 from 1:00 pm until 2:00 pm on Google Meet. This meeting will be held on Google Meet because of the need for social distancing during the COVID-19 Pandemic and because we currently cannot acquire the venue needed to safely social distance.
You will be able to participate in this Neighborhood Meeting via the internet, or by phone. If you choose to dial-in by phone please be sure to enter the PIN number followed by the # sign. when prompted after calling the phone number below:
Phone Number: +1 614-662-0120
PIN: 404 371 256#
If you are not able to attend this meeting, then we can send you a copy of the Meeting Minutes, and I can tell you the meeting summary over the phone if you’d like.
If you have any questions, concerns, or need any assistance accessing the meeting, then please contact Teyuna Darris, at 314-755-2949, or via email at email@example.com.
On June 22nd and 29th at 12pm, the Southeast Ferguson Community Association will distribute #freshfood boxes at the Ferguson Community Empowerment Center on a first-come-first-served basis.
The Ferguson Community Empowerment Center is located at 9420 West Florissant Ave, Ferguson, MO 63136. For more information, contact LaTasha Brown at 314-467-9757, or via email at SEFCA@gmail.com. — at Ferguson Community Empowerment Center.
Hello, my name is Teyuna Darris, and I am the Chairwoman of the Northwest Ferguson Neighborhood Association. This message is to remind residents to request your Absentee Ballots from Saint Louis County by May 20th, 2020 if you need an absentee ballot to participate in the upcoming Municipal Elections scheduled for June 2nd, 2020. You can contact Saint Louis County’s Board of Election Commissioners by phone at (314) 615-1800, fax, email, or in person at The Crossings and Northwest. The address is 725 NW Plaza, St Ann, MO 63074. Their website is stlouisco.com/
Also, please remember to complete the 2020 Census. For more information about the 2020 Census, or how to complete it, please visit the United States Census Bureau’s website at www.2020Census.gov.
Finally, please be advised that there are COVID-19 testing centers in our area. For more information about these testing sites, and how you can get tested, please visit www.STLCorona.com, or call Saint Louis County’s Department of Health at 314-615-0574.
Thank you, and have a good day!
Today’s Neighborhood Meet ‘n Greet was #awesome! Neighbors were able to meet and connect with their community leaders, nonprofits and other persons who make our neighborhoods work!
Special thanks to St. Louis County Councilwoman Rita Days and Mr. Courtney Allen Curtis, the St. Louis County Department of Transportation, the City of Ferguson (including Mayor James W. Knowles III, Mr. Byron Fleetwood Fry, Mrs. Heather Kruse Robinett, Mrs. Ella M. Jones, and Mr. Jeffery Blume), the Ferguson Police Department, the Ferguson Fire Department, the Ferguson Civilian Review Board, the Ferguson Municipal Public Library, Strength and Honor Mentoring and Tutoring and the Ferguson-Florissant School District’s FACE Office (Mr. Albert Harrold), Zion Lutheran Church of Ferguson, Good Shepherd Arts Center, Ms. LaTasha Brown and the SE Ferguson Community Association, Mrs. Renee Benage and the North Elizabeth Neighborhood Association, Mrs. Jackie Lewis-Harris, Mrs. Erica Williams and Mrs. Cassandra Butler of A Red Circle Nonprofit Organization, Mrs. Deborah Rice-Carter and EarthDance Organic Farm School, the Ferguson Senior Citizens’ Commission and the Ferguson Farmers Market.
And, thank you to the Ferguson Times for publicity support, and to Dwayne T James for his logistical and moral support!
And special thanks to Dwight Curry, Levi Stewart, Bretta Williams, Dan Petru, Sherri Chisholm, Tiffany Bush, LaTasha Brown and Virginia Manning for going door-to-door passing-out flyers and spreading the word.
All of these people and organizations helped to make today’s Neighborhood Meet ‘n Greet possible and successful! There were also people who could not attend, but also helped to get the word out.
We hope that everyone who attended received information that could help make their experiences in our hometown better, easier and more enriching.
Join us on Saturday, March 7th, 2020 from 1pm until 3pm at the Ferguson Community Center (at 1050 Smith Avenue, 63135) for our first quarterly Community Meet ‘n Greet. This event will include feature community updates from City of Ferguson and St. Louis County elected officials and community leaders, in addition to local nonprofits and businesses.