A Letter from your ANA President
Greetings to all Astor neighbors as fall has once again returned to Wisconsin. For me, this is the most beautiful season of the year, but I will truly miss the sunny summer days out on the pontoon boat floating around and soaking up the sun.
I want to thank all the Green Bay residents who supported our refreshment stand this summer during the City Band concerts. I believe it turned out to be our best summer ever. Thank you to those who attended Movie Night and our Back to School Potluck Dinner. I also want to thank the 150 people who joined us for the “If Homes Could Talk” tour this year. I enjoyed meeting many of you on the tour and sharing some of the restoration work that we are engaging in with our old home. Thank you also to Chris Dunbar of the Brown County Historical Society for all your efforts with this project.
We’re looking forward to the ANA Wine Tasting again this year, but we need volunteers! Please consider helping out by securing or providing donations, or more importantly, by hosting the event in your home. We can help with logistics if you can help with manpower, contributions, or most importantly by sharing your beautiful home!! Please, please contact me if you are able to help out in any way. We are expecting to have another highly successful fundraiser this year and are looking forward to meeting and mingling with so many interesting neighbors. As always, we are seeking board members for our organization. We could really use some fresh insight and we could all benefit from the energy that new brilliant minds could provide. We can also use help from volunteers for everything we do. If you are out there and looking for one or two fun activities to participate in, just reach out to any one of us listed on the newsletter.
With that, I hope you all enjoy this fall season and engage with your neighbors to make this an even greater and safer neighborhood.
President Astor Neighborhood Association
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