A Word from Your ANA President

Dear Astor Neighbors,

Things are beginning to shape up to be another exciting summer in Astor. Board members and volunteers are piecing events together and much more will be coming out for your help and input. For the second year, we will be holding the Summer Beer Garden, and this year the event will be on Saturday, June 23rd. The cost is $15/ticket, but please watch the Facebook page and the new and improved Astor website for the rest of the details. We will probably post on doors with a flyer as well.

The Green Bay City Band is playing once again on Wednesday evenings from June 13th – August 22nd, and we intend to sell popcorn and other snacks for this weekly event. Please, please, please, we need volunteers to work the concession stand. Please call me if you have done this in the past, or would like to have a couple hours of meeting neighbors on any given Wednesday evening. WE NEED YOU!

 Ron Dehn - ANA President

Ron Dehn - ANA President

“If Homes Could Talk” was a huge success last year, and the format is being simplified and better focused for this fall. Please look for my wife Deby’s brief about this event. We would also like to re-focus on the Fox River Clean Up this year. If you have children and students who would like to give back to the community, please contact me or any board member so that we can begin a list of volunteers.

Finally, we need volunteers on all levels: folks that wish to help for one event, for one evening, one afternoon, etc.... we cannot do it without concerned, active neighbors. Last year, our Association was granted the Neighborhood of the Year Award. We are committed to a healthy, vibrant neighborhood and that cannot happen without your help. Please contact any one of us if you are that neighbor.

Please have a safe and fun summer, Hoping to see you,

Ron Dehn
President Astor Neighborhood Association

From the Fall 2017 Astor Outlook Newsletter. Visit the Archive page to view the newsletter in it's entirety.

NewsEric Vandeveld
“Home History” Workshop

All Houses all have a story to tell! Learn how to tell yours!

The Astor Neighborhood Association has partnered with the Brown County Historical Society and The UW Green Bay Archives and Area Research Center (ARC) to offer a “Home History” workshop. Deb Anderson, coordinator of the (ARC) will share a wide variety of resources that can be used to provide clues about construction dates, physical features, and occupants of your home. Discover the stories your house has to tell.

The house history workshop is scheduled for 6:00 June 13 and June 20.

The program will be offered at Hazelwood Historic House 1008 S Monroe Ave.

Space is limited. Please call to register (920) 437-1840.

This is a Free Event!

Eric Vandeveld
Free concert in Astor Park

Bellin Health is once again hosting a free neighborhood appreciation concert in Astor Park for the residents of the Astor & East River Neighborhoods. The event will take place on Saturday, June 2. 5:30 pm – Concessions open (benefits Adopt-a-Family) 6 – 8 pm – Big Mouth & the Power Tool Horns.

Mark your calendars!

 

Eric Vandeveld
Board meeting Cancelled

The board meeting scheduled for Monday, April 19th has been cancelled due to scheduling conflicts.  The next meeting will take place on Monday, May 21st.

Eric Vandeveld