The NENC welcomes our newest Board Member, Robert Stanley. Robert is a Graduate Student at the University of Notre Dame and has lived in the Northeast Neighborhood for the past 5 years. He works in the field of Tree Chemistry to help breed a green ash tree that is resistant to emerald ash borer yet cannot remember to water his… Read More »Robert Stanley Joins NENC Board
In January, the NENC Food Pantry was featured on WNDU TV’s “What’s Good” segment. The Pantry continues to expand it’s offerings and now serves clients across the city. Support of partners such as IPorch, Cultivate, Greenbridge and generous donors makes it possible to meet the community’s growing need for good, healthy food. Follow this link to view the report: https://www.wndu.com/2021/01/07/south-bend-food-pantry-doing-more-with-less/
The 2020 Back To School Picnic will not be held due to Covid-19. We hope to celebrate again as a community in September of 2021. Meanwhile, as you venture out please remember to wear a mask, wash your hands, maintain the 6 feet of social distance and avoid social gatherings. YOUR HEALTH AND SAFETY IS A PRIORITY.
The NENC thanks Elizabeth Leachman, Director of Marketing and Strategic Initiatives for South Bend Heritage Foundation. Elizabeth has devoted many hours to the development and design of the Northeast Neighborhood website. We are excited to have this professional, informative site that will keep our community informed. LuElla Webster and Patty Walsh will be trained to manage the site going forward.… Read More »Welcome To The New NENC Website!
While visiting your favorite parks this summer, please remember to stay safe and keep social distance.
Michael Taylor with his mother, Marguerite at Black History Month Awards event where Marguerite was an honoree Rest In Peace Michael Taylor February 28, 1966 – April 27, 2020 Earlier this spring, Marguerite Taylor lost her youngest son, Michael. Please keep Marguerite and her family in prayer. Michael will be missed by his family and the many friends who knew… Read More »Rest In Peace Michael Taylor
The Robinson Community Learning Center staff moved into their new, spacious, building during June. It is located on the northwest corner of Howard and Eddy Streets, just across the street from it’s old location. The Robinson Center is closed to the public until on-site programs can be safely resumed. A dedication and celebration will be held at a later date,… Read More »Moving In: New Robinson Center Building
Staff Funded Initiative Supports Diverse Organizations The Cinnaire Cares initiative is a companywide staff-funded and driven charitable program that was created by our employees. Cinnaire Cares provides an opportunity for our team to support our mission by contributing twice monthly to a fund that has been established to support staff nominated charities. In addition to financial contributions, Cinnaire staff are… Read More »Cinnaire Cares Generates $14,645 to Support Mission-Driven Organizations
By: Megan EarleyPosted ABC 57 News Oct 16, 2019 6:41 PM EST Link SOUTH BEND, Ind.- The Historic Firehouse #7 held a groundbreaking ceremony on Wednesday to begin restorations and repairs. The project will address safety upgrades, ensure accessibility, and preserve and honor the landmark status of the building. The firehouse, which sits on the corner of Notre Dame Avenue… Read More »Historic South Bend firehouse begins renovations
By 16 News Now Posted: Wed 7:26 PM, Oct 16, 2019 | Updated: Wed 11:38 PM, Oct 16, 2019 Link SOUTH BEND, Ind. (WNDU) – A special groundbreaking was held Wednesday for a historic firehouse in South Bend celebrating the beginning of construction on the building. Over the past year, a volunteer committee has been raising funds to repair the historic Firehouse No. 7, which… Read More »Repairs begin on historic SB Firehouse No. 7 with groundbreaking ceremony