The 17th-annual Fargo Police Community Picnic will be held, Tuesday, June 26, 2012 from 5 to 8 p.m. in Island Park. The picnic is an effort by the Fargo Police Department to bring the community, police officers and other agencies together in a casual setting so residents can learn about their services.
Free food and entertainment are available. Vendors sell additional food and beverages.
For more information about the Fargo Police Community Picnic or Night to Unite, please contact Officer Michelle Voeltz at 461-7872 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Info meeting June 12 (for volunteers for police picnic) Please contact Claudia if you would like to volunteer 293-7059
The HNA meeting tonight will be in the gym of Hawthorne School. Any interested residents wanting more information about the 4th street construction should attend.
Guest Speaker: Jeremy Gordon, Fargo Engineering Department, will
be discussing possible construction project on 4th Street
Date: Tuesday January 10th, 2012 at 7:30pm.
Location: Hawthorne Elementary School, 555 8th Avenue South,
gym or library
Tuesday November 8th at the Hawthorne School Library
Speaker: Jennifer Wilke from Preservation ND
Elections for new Officers
We hope you can attend.
Tickets are going very fast…
Thank you to the Heidi Shaffer and the Forum for the amazing coverage in todays newspaper. Also a special thanks to Shane Mercer for starting the Hawthorne Neighborhood Blog.
Attention residents and organizations in Hawthorne neighborhood: We’re looking for people to contribute to the Hawthorne Neighborhood blog. If you would like to post news and events about what’s going on in your neighborhood, contact email@example.com.
Tour six homes in Fargo historic Hawthorne Neighborhood noon to 5 p.m. Sunday.
This is a self directed tour, involving six homes in the Historic Hawthorne Neighborhood. You may visit the homes in any order you wish. You may visit all homes one time, or just those you choose. Volunteers will mark your tickets at each location, so please have it handy when you are ready to enter a house.
Many of the homeowners will be on the premises that day. Please feel free to ask any questions you may have.
One of Fargo’s first and finest neighborhoods, since the early 1880’s
We have distinctive, historical, character homes, tree-lined streets, wonderful parks and community spirit that adds to the Hawthorne charm.
Centrally located between, Moorhead and West Fargo close to the heart of downtown Fargo. Hawthorne thrives today as a diverse, well-maintained neighborhood and continues to attract new residents wanting a special place to live.