East Harriet Farmstead Neighborhood Association
The East Harriet Farmstead Neighborhood Association meets regularly on the first Wednesday of each month. Most meetings are held at Walker Health Services, 3737 Bryant Ave S, at 7:00 pm with our annual meeting (October) being held at Barton School (43rd & Colfax Ave So).
East Harriet's volunteer board of directors consists of neighborhood residents and business owners who serve two-year terms. Board members have a broad variety of occupational backgrounds and interests. They focus their energies on the overall direction of the neighborhood as well as on committee work.
The neighborhood at-large elects new board members at EHFNA's annual meeting each October and we are always looking for new faces, new energy, and new ideas to join us. Interested in learning more? Contact the East Harriet office: email@example.com.
2013 - 2014 Board Members
Welcome EHFNA Board Members
East Harriet Farmstead Neighborhood Association elected two new board member, Theresa Moe and Barb Birk and five returning members, Adam Faitek, Kelly Beadle, Noel Spencer, Tumay Kojasoy and Jon Marquet to the 2013-2014 board at the annual meeting on Wednesday, October 5.
EHFNA welcomes its newest board members, Barb Birk and Theresa Moe.
Theresa Moe has lived in the neighborhood for 11 years (her husband has been here over 30 years). She loves the neighborhood and would like to see it continue to thrive and remain a safe place to live. Theresa is in corporate marketing and sales and recently retired after 35 years in the business world. She has two grown children and one grandchild.
Barb Birk moved into her 1913 home on the 3800 block of Aldrich in 1987. She chose East Harriet for the parks & playground and the fair number of kids in the neighborhood. Barb and her husband John have raised 2 sons here who now live in New York and in San Francisco. She retired from the University of Minnesota in March but continues to work part time there in healthcare IT. Barb's husband John, formerly a precinct caucus chair for the area is now a chef. Hunter, a black lab mix completes the family.
Although the neighborhood has changed, good neighbors are still in abundance andShe look forward to being on the board and helping to keep this a vibrant wonderful neighborhood
Melissa Gould, Linda Bormann, Brian Nalezny and Kristina Hughes, currently serving two year terms round out the eleven member board.
Click here to view the Neighborhood Association's bylaws.
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