Here is the electronic copy of the September Newsletter. Enjoy!
Here is the electronic copy of the July 2013 Newsletter. Thanks to our many neighborhood volunteers, the print version is making it’s way to your doorstep.
Here is the SNA June 2012 Newsletter!
The Sunnyside Neighborhood Association election and potluck will take place in lieu of our regular meeting this month. Join us at Southeast Uplift, at the corner of 34th and Main, on Thursday, May 10 at 7 p.m. Neighbors should come prephred to share proof of address and a dish to share. Hope to see you there!
Last year was the first year the swap and clean up was combined in the same place after many years of being held on the same weekend but different locations. It was a great success, and we are grateful to the generosity of Saint Stephens Catholic Church for the use of their gym and parking lot at the corner of 42nd Avenue and SE Taylor once again for a one stop place for almost anything and everything you want out of your house.
This year’s swap schedule is as follows:
Friday, April 20th – Drop off of useful goods 6-9pm
Saturday, April 21st – Clean Up 9-noon and Swap 9-4
Sunday, April 22nd – Rummage Sale 10-1
SUNNYSIDE SWAP: Drop off of swappable useful goods through the main doors of the gym. $2 donation per family to enter the swap on Saturday. If you drop off your useful goods on Friday you will receive free entry to the swap on Saturday.
What to bring to the Swap: Any item that has some useful good left in it is welcome at the exchange. No stained or torn clothing or hazardous chemicals.
Swap Tips: All swapping is done on the honor system. Give as much or more than you take in a way that feels fair to you.
CLEAN UP of bulky waste and recyclable items takes place in the Saint Stephens parking lot right at the corner of 42nd and Taylor. $6 a car, $10 SUV/wagon, $14 pickup/truck/van. If you are walking or biking in with less than a car load, make a smaller donation that feels fair to you. Everyone donating to the clean up gets free entry to the swap.
What to bring to the Clean Up: Old home and lawn furniture beyond repair, broken up concrete (with or without rebar), wood, metal, cardboard, sheet rock, hard plastics (such as old/damaged toys beyond safe use), sod/dirt and yard debris (including stumps).
PROHIBITED MATERIALS: WET GARBAGE, FOOD WASTE, CHEMICALS, COMMERCIAL REFRIGERANTS, AUTO PARTS/MOTORS, GAS POWERED YARD MACHINES, TIRES OVER 22.5 INCHES, HAZARDOUS WASTE INCLUDING ASBESTOS CONTAINING MATERIALS.
For more information, or to volunteer, please contact Karen Hery at email@example.com or (503) 407-2667.