Annual First Responders BBQ Dinner

Join us for our Annual Dinner honoring our Police Officers and Firefighters.

November 21 – 6:30PM

The dinner is at the Balmoral Baptist Church at the Corner of Kirby Parkway and Stout Road.

Dinner Prices*
Members: $8 for adults and $2 for children or a family max of $20

Non-members: $10 for adults and $5 for children.

*To ensure we have enough food for everyone, please make your reservation no later than Tuesday, November 19th to ksana.contact@gmail.com or 901-758-0510.


Halloween Hayride!

CANCELLED  – Due to the impending weather Saturday night we have have reluctantly decided to cancel the event for this year.

Check our calendar for upcoming opportunities to gather as neighbors. Happy Fall!


Come join us Oct 26th at 5PM for a neighborhood cookout and hayride. We’ll have hamburgers, hotdogs and all the fixings.

We’ll eat and then take leisurely rides through the neighborhood on an old fashioned hayride.

We eat and start the hayride on Camrose Cove.

Bring your lawn chairs and your best halloween costume!

(Feel free to bring your favorite side dish)


Mosquito Control Activities Scheduled for Week of July 29, 2019

MEMPHIS, TN – The Shelby County Health Department’s Mosquito Control Program routinely traps and tests mosquitoes for the presence of West Nile virus (WNV). Mosquitoes positive for the West Nile Virus were identified in the following zip codes last week, the week of July 22, 2019:  38106, 38109, 38135, 38114, 38111, 38128, 38108, 38122, 38002, 38053, 38016.

Since February, the Shelby County Health Department’s Mosquito Control Program has treated areas by applying larvicides to standing bodies of water. These actions are consistent with efforts to be proactive in decreasing the adult mosquito population. Larviciding is the practice of applying an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) registered insecticide to areas where mosquito breeding has been confirmed. It is the most effective way of eliminating mosquito populations.

Controlling mosquito populations that may harbor the West Nile virus is important because humans can contract WNV through an infected mosquito’s bite. Although WNV can occasionally cause severe disease, most human infections are mild, resulting in fever, headache and body aches lasting only a few days. Symptoms of severe disease include a high fever, neck stiffness, stupor, disorientation, coma or convulsions. Individuals over age 50 and those with compromised immune systems are at higher risk of severe disease. They should especially be careful to avoid mosquito bites.

As an additional precaution, SCHD will conduct mosquito control activities, including truck-mounted spraying (adulticiding) of EPA-approved insecticides, weather permitting*, in specific ZIP codes where the West Nile virus has been detected, and portions of adjoining zip codes, according to the following schedule:

Monday, July 29nd

8:30 p.m. – 11:30 p.m.

ZIP Codes: 38107, 38108, 38112, 38111, 38122, 38104, 38114

Tuesday, July 30th           

8:30 p.m. – 11:30 p.m.

ZIP Codes: 38108, 38122, 38112, 38128, 38111, 38117

Wednesday, July 31st

8:30 p.m. – 11:30 p.m.

ZIP Codes: 38111, 38117, 38118, 38119

Thursday, August 1st         

8:30 p.m. – 11:30 p.m.

ZIP Codes: 38106, 38109, 38113, 38126, 38103, 38104, 38105, 38109

Go to www.shelbytnhealth.com to view the most current schedule and the exact boundaries of each scheduled spray. New maps will be added weekly to reflect updated schedules.

Truck mounted spraying only effectively kills adult mosquitoes currently flying at the time the insecticide is sprayed. Because of this, residents are highly encouraged to be vigilant as it relates to controlling mosquito populations around their homes and businesses and preventing mosquito bites. Individuals are encouraged to practice the 4 D’s:

  • DEFEND yourself by using insect repellent with DEET. Follow label instructions.
  • DRESS in long sleeves and pants. Wear loose and light colored clothing when outdoors. 
  • DUSK/DAWN is the time when mosquitoes are most active. Stay indoors.
  • DRAIN standing water and install or repair window screens.

Individuals with chronic health problems such as asthma or other lung conditions may want to remain indoors during the time of spraying. Citizens who do not want their residences to be sprayed should contact the Vector Control Program at (901) 222-9715.

* To ensure the insecticide is most effective, the scheduled spraying will be canceled if any of the following weather conditions are present for the majority of the schedule spray time:

  • Rain chance of 65% or greater
  • Wind speeds 11mph or greater
  • Temperature less than 60 degrees Fahrenheit

Follow @ShelbyTNHealth on Twitter and Facebook for the most up-to-date cancellations of any scheduled sprayings.


How To Report Street Light Outages

Don’t be left in the dark. Reporting a street light outage is very simple. You can visit our website at MLGW.com or call 901-544-6549.

Help us keep our neighborhoods safe by reporting damaged street lights.


Neighborhood Meeting – Mayor Strickland

We appreciated Mayor Strickland stopping by last night to talk about where Memphis has been and where we’re going. Good news about crime (down slightly), economic growth (up) and potholes (everywhere). There was a good Q&A session and the Mayor answered the questions candidly and honestly.

Great things are happening in Memphis and we’re glad to be a part.

You can follow Mayor Strickland on twitter at @MayorMemphis or online at https://www.memphistn.gov/


Helping Hands + Helping Paws Volunteer & Support Fair

Join us for the 2nd Annual Helping Hands + Helping Paws Volunteer & Support Fair, an event bringing together volunteers, fosters, and donors for animal rescue groups in Memphis!

Come out and visit with numerous animal support groups, who will each give a two-minute presentation on what they do and what they need. You can learn all the different ways you can help animals locally, whether that be through volunteering, fostering, adopting, donating, or other ways! Let’s all band together to help the animals!

This event is in collaboration with the Memphis Public Libraries and takes place at the Benjamin L. Hooks Central Library on Tuesday, February 26, from 7-9 p.m.


MLGW Will Assist Furloughed Government Employees

(January 11, 2019) – Memphis Light, Gas and Water is offering assistance to furloughed government employees by enacting our Hardship Policy for eligible customers.

Under this policy, furloughed employees experiencing temporary, financial hardship are able to make payment arrangements which can prevent an interruption in utility services.

For assistance, impacted customers should gather their furlough documentation and call 544-6549 or visit an MLGW Community Office.


Be Prepared – Power Outages

The arrival of snow and dangerous winter weather in the Mid-South presents a great opportunity to make sure you’re prepared to handle an emergency situation.

Check out this video for helpful tips and ideas to help you survive an emergency situation.


Adult Dog Foster Pilot Program

Do you love dogs? Do you want to play a major role in implementing an exciting new program at Memphis Animal Services?

Join our Pilot Dog Foster Program we launched this week!

During the pilot portion of the program (taking place in November and December), five dogs will be available for foster each week. Foster parents must complete a short foster application/interview, and must be willing to play an active role in marketing their foster dogs for adoption and helping foster coordinators collect data for the pilot program.

Foster dogs will be available for adoption locally in the Memphis Area.

If you’re interested in fostering a featured dog for 4-6 weeks or until adoption (whichever comes first!), email MAS@memphistn.gov or come by Memphis Animal Services this Friday or Saturday from 12-4pm to learn more and meet the dogs!

Meet one of our first Pilot Dogs pictured here: Little Dipper #A308425, who is a 2-year-old female!


KSANA July 4th Breakfast Celebration

In an effort to beat the summer heat and allow folks time to attend multiple events, we’re having a breakfast picnic to celebrate the 4th this year.

KSANA will provide breakfast sandwiches and beverages. If you’d like to round out the meal with other breakfast-y items (muffins, fruit, doughnuts, etc.), we’d certainly appreciate it!

We will also have our traditional Kids’ Parade around the church, so feel free to decorate your bikes, trikes, wagons, and strollers. Or not. It’s up to you (and your kids.)

Please RSVP before 8:00 p.m. July 1st!

If you plan to attend, send an email to ksana.contact@gmail.com or call Cammy at 497-3420. We need to know your name, address, and the number of adults & children who will be attending.