WOW!!! Who could ask for anything more! It was a beautiful day and we had so many people that Noble Road was trash-free before noon. Several side streets benefitted from our attention, too. What fun it was to look up and down Noble and Monticello to see groups of red-shirted neighbors making the place more attractive!
Several business owners expressed their thanks to us that we would clean up in front of their shops and that we care about the neighborhood. One brought us more water and took another case of water to the sign-up table at Monticello and Noble.
Around 50 people participated and about twenty new neighbors signed up to be on the Noble Neighbors contact list.
We had great conversations with people waiting for busses or who were stopped in their cars as they waited for the traffic light.
This is our greatest success - We were visible to the neighborhood and we gained new partners in our quest to make the Noble neighborhoods a more vibrant place for all people. Bravo to all of us!
THANK YOU! Jeanette, Wendy, BB, Susan, Marge, Robert, Jan, Chris, Megan, Emily, Celeste, Roger, Brianna, Anissa, Melodie, Barb, Cynthia, Mary, Sandrine, Stephen, Rosemary, Bev, Kenneth, Tamika, Diane, Tricia, Paula, Ann, Tonie, Patrick, Steven, Karly, Mira, Isabel, Karen, Tristan, Katrina, Nadia, Valerie, Carol, Eileen, Doreen, Rosemary, Donna, Judi, Debbie, and Brenda.
Click here for a link to the Heights Observer article. Favorite response to the positive publicity about our neighborhood: "I am so proud." Thanks, Chris!