December 2, 2013 in CHNA, Events
Please attend this upcoming town hall meeting concerning the Crieve Hall NEIGHBORHOOD NEWSLETTER! The meeting is this Thursday, December 5th from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Crievewood United Methodist Church. CHNA Board Members Tiffany Fykes and Chase Breland will conduct the meeting to discuss content for the Neighborhood Newsletter for 2014. CHNA members will have a chance to contribute ideas and topics they’d like to see covered. Not sure if you’re a member? Just bring your $15 for your 2014 dues. Please email email@example.com to let them know you are coming so we can have the right size room at the church.
November 5, 2013 in Non-CHNA
Good morning and Happy Friday families and fellow community members!
Please be reminded that the Optional Schools application process started yesterday, October 31 and will end December 3.
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Thanks in advance for helping us spread the word!
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Community Outreach Specialist
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MNPS Department of Support Services
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October 31, 2013 in Uncategorized
The weather outside is truly frightful. Aberdeen Woods has postponed their parade until tomorrow. It will start tomorrow evening from the corner of Glencarron and Brentview Hills at 5:30pm. Whatever you do tonight, be safe! Remember – there are a lot of fun activities you can do indoors as well. You may still get some brave trick-or-treaters tonight but be sure to be ready for some tomorrow night since I think most will stay home in this weather. Happy Halloween!
October 30, 2013 in CHNA, Events
Fellow community members,
Whether your neighborhood plans to conduct Trick or Treating tomorrow night or Friday night I wanted to send this out before to remind everyone some helpful tips to be aware of. I would also include one more tip to consider. Plan your route. Just in case something happens and you have to call someone it is always nice to know exactly where you are so someone can assist you if something happens. Be safe and you may want to bring rain boots and an umbrella.
Sgt Taylor Schmitz
Metro Nashville Police Department
South Precinct’s Community Affairs Coordinator
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October 11, 2013 in Events, Non-CHNA
October 11, 2013 in Events, Non-CHNA
A reminder that the second of this year’s biannual Community Shred Days is set for this Saturday from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. at LP Field.
Middle Tennesseans are welcome to bring all of their sensitive documents they no longer want or need to Lot D of the stadium, where the paper will be destroyed on the spot by a mobile high-speed cross shredder provided by Shred-it, a Securit Company, the world’s leading on-site document destruction firm. The only cost is a minimum $5 tax deductible donation to Crime Stoppers per banker box of records. All proceeds go to Crime Stoppers’ reward fund, which is used to help solve serious felony crimes in the Nashville community.
Detectives from the police department’s Fraud Unit will be on hand to pass out tips on identity theft prevention and to answer any questions from citizens.
Included on the same site will be Crime Stoppers’ Pharma Trash Disposal. Metro police officers will collect prescription medications that are outdated and/or no longer needed and dispose of them in an environmentally safe manner. This program provides consumers with an alternative to improperly disposing of medications in household trash or down the toilet.
Auto Theft detectives will also be on hand Saturday offering VIN etching for a minimum $10 donation to Crime Stoppers. VIN etching involves the use of acid to etch small vehicle identification numbers into every window of the vehicle and is a deterrent to theft.
October 7, 2013 in Events, Non-CHNA
Need to dispose of old electronics or shred some documents? Then don’t miss this recycling event on October 26th from 9am-12pm sponsored by the out local sheriff’s department and District 26′s councilman Chris Harmon. They will also be providing fingerprinting for the kids. Check out the flyer for information.
SSD Flyer – District 26
September 25, 2013 in Events, Non-CHNA
Tomorrow September 26 at 5pm-7pm the food truck will be at the Aberdeen Woods pool. Come out and get some great food “just like nanna fixed it!” Enjoy a meat and 3 home-style meal for the family. Best of all no dishes to clean up!
September 23, 2013 in CHNA, Events
On behalf of the Crieve Hall Neighborhood Association we want to send a special thanks to all of our neighbors who came out to enjoy the festivities. A special thanks to all of our vendors and the MNPD Mounted patrol, Davidson Country OEM, and the Metro Nashville Fire Department for volunteering their time to come out to make Fall in the Hall a success. Also, thanks to the Crievewood United Methodist Church for hosting Fall in the Hall. And last but not least, a shout out to Barry Coggins who spearheaded this event and kept us all on the same page. We can’t wait until next year! See you there!
September 18, 2013 in CHNA, Events
FALL IN THE HALL – This is not a drill. This is the big fall festival neighbors! You have probably seen the signs out around the ‘hood. It is happening this Saturday, September 21, 2013, from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Crievewood United Methodist Church at the intersection of Hogan Road and Marchant Drive, just across from the Ag Center. There will be live music, free food, free snow cones, free ice cream, crafts, bouncy houses, neighborhood vendors of all varieties, displays by the police, face painting, and so much more. See you Saturday!