Come out this Thursday Dec 1, at 6pm to Balmoral Baptist Church, where we will honor our First Responders with a BBQ dinner from Central BBQ. Stop by and eat, or just bring dinner home to the family. BBQ, spaghetti, and desserts. $7 per person over the age of 12. Kids 12 and under eat free. There will be a maximum cap of $20 per family.
Join Volunteer Memphis in giving back Saturday, November 19th for National Family Volunteer Day. Created 30 years ago by our partner Points of Light, National Family Volunteer Day celebrates the power of families working together to make a difference in their communities. This is an excellent way to spend quality time together while teaching children about the importance of giving back.
Sponsored by United Healthcare and in partnership with the Memphis Rotary Club, MIFA, Believing Church and the Mid-South Food Bank, Volunteer Memphis will provide families, individuals and homebound seniors with meals and groceries in time for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Please see below for more information on Family Volunteer Day opportunities, and if you would like to volunteer register below:
Greetings neighbors. Keswick-Stornaway-Area-Neighborhood-Association will be having a quarterly meeting this Thursday, September 15th at 7:00pm at Balmoral Baptist Church. This is our annual organizational meeting and dessert social. We will be voting on officers, board members, and some key amendments to the bylaws.
Bring your favorite dessert to share with your neighbors. We look forward to seeing you all there.
Your KSANA board
The cities of Germantown and Memphis have teamed up to improve safety at the intersection of Messick and McVay roads, along the southwest border of Germantown and Memphis.
In this collaborative effort, the City of Memphis is installing an all-way stop at that location, along with advance warning signage at the approaches to the intersection.
Previously, the intersection was only two-way stop controlled with stop signs at Messick Road and the Allelon Subdivision.
“Traffic safety is an utmost priority for our community,” Germantown City Engineer Ethan Skaggs said. “This joint effort executed data collection, intersection analysis, engineering design, and delivery of safety improvements that will serve both of our communities excellently.”
The new all-way stop installation is expected to be completed by the end of the week.
Hi neighbors. Join us next week, Thursday May 26th at 7pm, for our quarterly Keswick-Stornaway Neighborhood Association meeting at Balmoral Church. Two guest speakers are on the schedule to discuss home security issues, and International Property Maintenance Code. We also need volunteers to form a nomination committee for Board elections in August. Hope to see you there.