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Warren Soup Day

March 12, 2015

Warren SOUP & Art Hop THIS SATURDAY 3/14

Warren SOUP and Art Hop THIS SATURDAY 3/14

Mikenna McClurg and Sheila (McCool) Calko will face off in a “Fighting Irish” SOUP battle. Let the best soup win! Proceeds raised will go to supporting Warren SOUP.

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Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership

170 North Park
Warren, OH 44481

Volunteers needed

March 9, 2015

Volunteers needed for March 14th SOUP

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We need volunteers!

Volunteers are a critical part of making SOUP happen. If you are available to help out Friday, March 13th or Saturday March, 14th, please click below to fill out our volunteer form.

We also are always looking for food donations and monetary donations. If you are interested in providing a donation, please complete our donation form.

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Our March 07,2015 Meeting

March 7, 2015

Our meeting was to talk over our new and old issues. We heard from a new member tell about his problems need fixed. Nothing is being done maybe he will do an escrow.
We heard from all that was there, so we need to see if the lawyer can do anything. These issues are getting worst as it goes on and on.
We also talked about our neighborhood watch to start checking out the community.

PVI is Getting Our Meetings in new Beginning

February 28, 2015

MVC-002FMVC-003FMVC-009FOn March 7, 2015 PVI we be holding their first meeting since the cold weather hopeful behind us. We meet at the Liberty Library meeting room just before you walk into the main lobby. Vintage Village has had very hard winter, trying to keep our homes warm and free from freezing our water lines. Think of the summer maybe we will have a bigger party.MVC-005F

February is the New Beginning

January 31, 2015

We will be starting very soon, we are working on our meeting site. We do have a lot of new people in here, and we will be sending out information to everyone we are starting up again. I know we are getting tired of the bad weather, we only have to get through February, then it’s all down hill. See you all soon!

Warren Soup Needs Help

January 17, 2014

Last call for Presenters, Donors, & Volunteers for Warren SOUP’s Next Event on February 1st, 2014 :

Do you have a creative project that will positively impact Warren?

Do you need start-up funds for your project?

Want to volunteer or donate to Warren SOUP?

Warren SOUP is now accepting proposals for the next Warren SOUP to be held the evening of Saturday, February 1, 2014. DEADLINE FOR PROPOSALS IS TUESDAY, JANUARY 21st at 12PM. We are seeking proposals for presenters who have creative projects that will impact Warren in a positive way. We accept all kinds of projects such as: social entrepreneurship, urban gardens, youth development, fine/performing arts, and social justice. Your idea can be a new one that is just getting off the ground. That’s who we want to help!

How Warren SOUP presentations work, if you are selected to present:

Each presenting group gets 4 minutes to present and the diners will be allowed 2 minutes for 2-3 follow up questions.
No technology is allowed for presentations, but you are encouraged to be creative in your presentations.
Diners will vote after all the presentations are finished and the winner will be announced at the end of the eveining. They will be presented with the proceeds from that evening’s Warren SOUP event.
PROPOSALS DUE: All proposals are due in hand by Tuesday 1/21/14 at 12pm and you will be contacted within a week before the Saturday, February 1st Warren SOUP.

Volunteers: Please contact us if you are available to help set up/clean up, greet diners, serve food, etc.on the day of the event.

Donors: Please contact us if you can donate funds to keep Warren SOUP going or if you can donate paper products, soup, salad, bread, or refreshments.

How to apply to present, donate, or volunteer:

Contact Sheila Calko, Warren SOUP committee member via email: sheila@tnpwarren.org or pick an application up at 170 N. Park Ave. Warren, OH 44481.

Warren SOUP will be held:

Saturday, February 1st, 2014

Doors Open at 5pm

@ The Movement

480 E. Market St. Warren, OH 44483

$5 per person

WARREN SOUP NEEDS HELP

January 8, 2014

Warren SOUP is now accepting proposals for the next Warren SOUP to be held the evening of Saturday, February 1, 2014. We are seeking proposals for presenters who have creative projects that will impact Warren in a positive way. We accept all kinds of projects such as: social entrepreneurship, urban gardens, youth development, fine/performing arts, and social justice. Your idea can be a new one that is just getting off the ground. That’s who we want to help!

How Warren SOUP presentations work, if you are selected to present:

Each presenting group gets two minutes to present and the diners will be allowed a few follow up questions.
No technology is allowed for presentations, but you are encouraged to be creative in your presentations.
Diners will vote after all the presentations are finished and the winner will be announced at the end of the eveining. They will be presented with the proceeds from that evening’s Warren SOUP event.
PROPOSALS DUE: All proposals are due in hand by Tuesday 1/21/14 at 12pm and you will be contacted within a week before the Saturday, February 1st Warren SOUP.

Volunteers: Please contact us if you are available to help set up/clean up, greet diners, serve food, etc.on the day of the event.

Donors: Please contact us if you can donate funds to keep Warren SOUP going or if you can donate paper products, soup, salad, bread, or refreshments.

How to apply to present, donate, or volunteer:

Contact Sheila Calko, Warren SOUP committee member via email: sheila@tnpwarren.org or pick an application up at 170 N. Park Ave. Warren, OH.

WARREN SOUP NEEDS HELP

December 3, 2013

Update: SOUPs On!
Congratulations & Next Steps

Congratulations to Warren SOUP winners, Emma Brown-Simpson & Brittainy Stringer from the Cause for their “Boys to Men” youth development project. (pictured with Shawn Carvin, Warren SOUP committee member) They were the recipients of $460 raised at the Warren SOUP on November 23, 2014.

Warren SOUP Seeks New Committee Members, Volunteers & Donors for Next Warren SOUP 2.1.14:

Warren SOUP Committee Meeting will be held Wednesday, December 11, 2013 – 5:30pm

at 170 N. Park Ave. NE Warren, OH 44481

Please RSVP to Sheila@tnpwarren.org or 330-881-7698

Can you serve as a SOUP committee member? We will be discussing the previous Warren SOUP event, moving forward as a group, and planning the next SOUP, which will be held on Saturday, February 1, 2014 (DTBA).
Can you volunteer with Warren SOUP? (some of our needs include, but are not limited to: people to set up/cean up on event day; website designer; musicians to perform at SOUP; artists to display work at SOUP)
Can you donote or seek donations of soup, bread, salad, refreshments, paper products, etc.?
CONTACT: Sheila Calko 330-881-7698 or sheila@tnpwarren.org

Peoples Voice Inc. ( PVI )

August 24, 2013

WINTERIZEING YOUR HOME

 

1. Make sure heat tapes are working, plugged in, and cover your water meter. Insulate water lines with foam pipe insulation. (You can buy it at Handyman Hardware very cheap) Place fiberglass insulation around water meter and over crock.

2. On days or nights when the temperature outside or wind chill is 15 degrees or less, LET YOUR FAUCETS DRIP INSIDE YOUR HOME. ( running water doesn’t freeze.)

3. Check your skirting weekly . Tight skirting will prevent wind from getting under your home and freezing pipes your pipes.

4. Prepare your windows with plastic.

5. If you have Jealousy (roll out)windows, use small screws outside to keep them tight.

6. Oil all outside locks to keep them from freezing.

7. Check your doors for drafts, install weather stripping if needed.

8. Check snow shovels, make sure screws and rivets are tight.

9. Keep all sidewalks, steps, and porches free of snow, and salted.

10. Shovel on street next to sidewalk, so that the plow can see how far over to plow. If you see the plow in the park, PLEASE move your car, and tell your neighbors, so he can plow better, and not plow you in. If you don’t do this, don’t blame the plow driver, as he can’t plow over your car.

11. Park as close to the sidewalk as possible. DO NOT park out in the street, or with the back of your car sticking out in the street, Emergency vehicles have to get through.

12. Check with utility companies for possible budget, or heap plans available.

We of Peoples Voice are only here and organized, to help the residents of Vintage Village. We sincerely hope these tips will help you get through the winter with as few as possible.

Needing Help

August 22, 2013

PLEASE NOTE AND RESPOND IF POSSIBLE

THIS IS OUR COMMUNITY–OUR HOME!!!!!!!!!

Sorry for the short notice but I was just given this today – Volunteers are needed to help spread mulch tomorrow Friday, August 23, at 9:30 am at Liberty Schools. Mulch was donated by Delaquadri Landscaping and we need a few strong hands to help out! Weeding has already been done so it will be a quick day! If you are interested in helping please come to EJ Blott Elementry at 930am. Any questions please call Kristen Rock at 330-759-0492