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June event RESCHEDULED for WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5 9:30am – 1pm
Come anytime to learn more or lend a hand during our launch event!
Five acres of the land directly behind the health center located at 2300 West Broad Street off North Wheatland Avenue is being converted into an Urban Farm that will grow healthy food, provide training programs, and foster civic engagement.
We will soon be working to get a portion of the land ready to farm and plant a small section of late season vegetables to be harvested in fall 2015.
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Posted by John R on July 22, 2015 at 8:26pm
Posted by Highland West Neighbors on July 19, 2015 at 2:00pm
A special thank you to Kenneth Roberts, Sharry Carey, Stephanie West, Charlotte Colvin, and Geoff Phillips, who gathered this morning at Glenwood Park to plant the rose bushes we purchased as a part of a grant we received from the United Way and their partners, Bob Evans, The Columbus Foundation, and PNC Bank, to replace those that were lost during the cold winters of 2013 and 2014. It is a part of the extension of the Highland West Community Garden out into the "community" itself, to add beauty and pride in the entrance to not only Highland West, but all the communities to our west as well. The weather has caused us to postpone the planting, so we really appreciate those that were willing to come out and help with but a moment's notice so we could grab a moment of "no rain" to get the job…Continue
Posted by Highland West Neighbors on July 18, 2015 at 4:00pm
Thanks to everyone who helped make Highland West Pride Week a great success. Thanks to everyone who helped by going door to door with literature and to those who worked the event. A word of thanks for Mayor Coleman, his cabinet, Columbus Police, Columbus Fire, and all the City Staff who made themselves available to our residents during the past week. Thanks to Bruce Black and Beth Kinney, for their all their hard work in putting this together, and a very special thank you to Hillcrest Baptist Church, 2480 W. Broad Street, for hosting us and for going above and beyond the call of duty to make it an enjoyable experience that brought everyone closer together into community with one another. Last, but certainly not least, a special thank you to who the past week was really all about, our residents. Thank…Continue
Posted by Highland West Neighbors on July 18, 2015 at 3:30pm
Patti Von Niessen, the Coordinator for SummerJam 2015 to be held Saturday, July 11th in Westgate Park, is excited to announce the unveiling of “On the Wings of Change”.
Everyone is welcome to attend. Please share this information via your mail lists, Facebook and webpages. We’d like everyone to enjoy the unveiling of the Hilltop’s first public art sculpture.
The HWNA has always been a supporter of the SummerJam Festival, so please join us in celebrating this wonderful addition to Westgate Park.
DATE: July 8, 2015
Time: 5:30 pm
Place: 3172 Wicklow (Enclosed shelter house at Westgate Park)
Posted by Highland West Neighbors on July 2, 2015 at 11:30am
The City of Columbus Pride Program is coming to our neighborhood July 13th– July 17th, and our community will be having many City-Neighborhood sponsored events, including safety programs, health screenings, information on programs to assist families and homeowners, along with visits by the Mayor and a Mayor Town Hall. (Not to mention free lunches for all of us on each day of that week!)
Come and hear all about it so you’ll be ready! There will also be a chance to sign up to volunteer for various things, if you are able. This is a great thing for our neighborhood and is part of making it a better place for all of us!
The historic neighborhoods of our inner core were selected this year as the Pride Area,…Continue
Posted by Highland West Neighbors on June 15, 2015 at 10:05pm
Some folks from the Mid-Ohio Food Bank are starting an urban farm on N Wheatland Ave behind the Columbus Public Health building. This year, they will be planting less than an acre, but plans for the next few years include farming five acres of the old state hospital property.
The plan is to run a sustainable farm in a city setting. They will have a farm stand so local residents can buy fresh produce and they plan to sell veggies to some local restaurants also.
According to their website, Urban Farms of Central Ohio:
In an effort to meet Mid-Ohio Foodbank’s mission of ending hunger one nourishing meal at a time and co-creating a sustainable community where everyone…
Posted by John R on June 12, 2015 at 1:31pm
Here is the color version! These are on their way to you mailboxes if you have not already received yours. YES, we heard you and the print is much larger! Enjoy! A special thanks to our partners at United Way, Bob Evans, The Columbus Foundation, and PNC Bank for making this newsletter possible through their generous grant.
Posted by Highland West Neighbors on April 29, 2015 at 5:04pm
Here's what goes in the blue cart:
Aluminum and steel cans - and lids.
Flattened cardboard and pizza boxes (free of food and grease).
Newspaper, magazines, catalogs, junk mail, computer paper, cereal and other dry food boxes and phone books.
Glass bottles and jars.
Cartons and juice boxes.
Here's what doesn't:
No trash or yard waste. The blue cart is for recyclables only.
No plastic bags.
No hazardous materials, such as oil, pesticides, paints, cleaners or batteries.
No electronics or light bulbs.
No window glass, mirrors, dinnerware, ceramics or pots and pans.
No buckets or butter tubs.
No foil juice pouches.
No sorting required. Put all recyclables in the blue cart.
Lids, caps and labels can be kept on recyclable containers.
Do not place dirty recyclables, like un-rinsed jars, in the cart.
Reference the graphic on the lid of your blue cart if you are unsure whether or not an item is accepted.
The recycling cart should be set out for collection in the same location as trash is collected. So, if a household's trash is collected in the alley, the blue recycling cart should be placed in the same location used for collection of the green 90 or 300-gallon trash container on the designated recycling collection day. If a household's trash is collected at the curbside in front of the home, the blue recycling cart should be placed at the curbside.