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Thursday, October 9, 2014

TONIGHT: Eat Free 6:15 & more

 October 9, 2014
The DMN e-News and an occasional hard copy DMN News are published by the Dunn’s Marsh Neighborhood Association (DMNA) on an “as-needed” schedule.  The Dunn’s Marsh Neighborhood Association, Inc. has been working to unite neighbors to solve mutual problems and promote fellowship among neighbors since 1973.  Our neighborhood is in Madison & Fitchburg.
               President & News contact:  Mary Mullen,  298-0843
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1. TONIGHT, 6:15, DMNA Free Chili Supper & Annual Meeting (Attachments: “1 DM annual mtg flyer.jpg” & “2 DMNA map.jpg”)
2. Lost Dog

TONIGHT, 6:15, DMNA Free Chili Supper & Annual Meeting
(Attachments: “1 DM annual mtg flyer.jpg” & “2 DMNA map.jpg”)

Location: Prairie UU Society, 2010 Whenona Drive (enter on  Crawford Drive)

It’s your annual chance to LEARN about many things that affect the neighborhood and SPEAK your mind about your ideas and concerns

6:15 - Sign in, eat Chili, watch PowerPoint Show about the Neighborhood

6:45 or so - Meeting - Spanish translation will be available.


Introductions (DMNA Council, elected officials, everyone)

Informational Announcements: Lost dog, ped/bike bridge mosaic workshops, Fitchburg Hometown Pharmacy opportunities, Verona Road update, Voter ID/In-person absentee voting (Nov. 4 election)

Minutes & Treasurer’s report

Concerns & ideas: Round robin format

Election of DMNA representatives:  Caucuses from each sub-neighborhood area choose Council members - up to 3 from each area

Election of additional Council members
  (if each of the 4 sub-neighborhood areas do not choose their 3 alloted representatives)


ALL neighborhood residents are welcome. The Dunn’s Marsh Neighborhood is the area south of the Beltline/Verona Road between Seminole Highway and Allied/Carling Drives.  It also includes Dunn’s Marsh and other public lands south of the Cannonball Trail.  See the attached map of the neighborhood.


2. Lost Dog (Attachment:  “3 Lost Dog.jpg”)
On October 7, a little white  female dog was lost in the Danbury/Sheffield area.  She got out of the back yard and disappeared. Her name is Suzie.  She is a a Maltese Poodle mix, very small at only 4 pounds, and was wearing a pink colar with jewels and up to date tags.
If you have seen this dog, call Dee Darrow, (608) 852-5281.

         ---------  End of the 10/9/14 Dunn’s Marsh Neighborhood e-News -----------
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