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Sheridan Neighborhood Events
Sheridan Neighborhood Annual Meeting: 7-9 pm, April 27, online via Zoom, join them at us04web.zoom.us/j/4904029706. This is a packed meeting, featuring: Board Elections Results: Will you be on the SNO Board this year? Watch out for online voting April 20-27. Fix and Paint Lottery Draw: Get a no-interest interest loan for your home projects. Volunteer and Business of the Year Awards.
The Fix and Paint program lottery is open: SNO has a long-standing program to support Sheridan homeowners by providing no-interest matching deferred loans for exterior home improvements. Submit a lottery ticket to their email or mail it to their office by April 27 at 5 pm to be put in the lottery. They will draw lottery winners at their Annual Meeting on April 27. For more details and to download the lottery ticket: sheridanneighborhood.org/fix-and-paint.
SNO has started to facilitate a Sheridan Support Network for COVID-19: This is the time to come together. Fill out this form if you need support, can volunteer or can donate supplies which will be distributed to residents in need: bit.ly/2xHDjes. Check out this live resource document for Sheridan news, updates, and resources: bit.ly/2wfXos0. Feel free to list any additional services you need or can offer on NE Minneapolis Mutual Aid: bit.ly/2w4N8Tv.
Individual Earth Day Clean-up with Dangerous Man Brewing: Because of the shelter in place order being extended, they have postponed the Neighborhood Clean Sweep. However, they are still dedicated to getting out and picking up the neighborhoods we live in. So they will host an Independent Earth Day Clean-Up for individual volunteers. From Wednesday, April 22-Sunday, April 26, they encourage everyone to get outside with a bucket and pick up trash around the neighborhood. Find the info on how to sign up on their website, sheridanneighborhood.org and they will send you a volunteer pint token for when we can all drink in the taproom again. They will hold a contest for the volunteer who logs the most buckets of trash and send them a care package. How do you log your buckets of trash? Snap a pic and tag them on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter, or fill out a survey on their website and they will make some impressive charts with the data. Stay six feet apart from people, wear gloves, and get dirty.
The Housing and Development Committee is now forming: Would you like to help guide the future of Sheridan Neighborhood? Fight to preserve the charm and character that makes Northeast special? They are looking for residents to work on this committee to embrace change that encourages diversity, protect naturally occurring affordable housing and fight for truly affordable housing. Interested? Email Carin Peterson at email@example.com.