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KFNA held their annual meeting this past Saturday and opened the Kingfield Outdoor Oven for the season! Eight seats were available and five individuals were nominated to fill these seats; take a look at their skills and desires for the neighborhood at the voting link below. All neighbors that live in Kingfield and are over 18 are eligible to vote. Business owners or a single representative of a business can also run for the board and cast a vote.
KFNA is seeking specific populations to fill the three remaining seats including renters, POCI, Youth, or Seniors to balance representation on the board. If you have any questions or are interested in serving please contact KFNA Executive Director Sarah Linnes-Robinson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Welcome Spring and elect a new Board of Directors to your neighborhood nonprofit, the Kingfield Neighborhood Association (KFNA,) at the Outdoor Oven! Pizza, annual organizational report, introduction of current volunteers, great community conversation, and more! Children welcome—plan to join us!
As we get excited to welcome new KFNA Board members, let’s not to forget to honor those who are staying at the helm! Drum roll for Scott Mueller who is in the middle of his 4th term as a KFNA Board Director! Scott’s a communications guy and you can always count on him to tell you exactly how to connect to KFNA on Facebook, but at heart he is a DJ which is why the sound system is in his starter pack. He is also an avid Brewers fan, as well as a fan of partnering the consumption of brewed beverages with local trivia!
Scott loves bringing people together, so it’s no surprise that the effort he’s most proud of in his work with the Kingfield Neighborhood Association is the annual KFNA Polling Party held on Election Day at MLK Park.
Your patriotic duty will be rewarded by stopping at one of the three (yes, 3!!!) Kingfield Neighborhood Association tents set up at MLK Park today. Join us for a warm beverage, a treat, and some great conversation neighbor-to-neighbor! Thanks to our fabulous local restaurants for their donations: Five Watt for coffee; Royal Grounds for coffee AND treats; Butter Bakery, The Lowbrow, SunStreet, Gigi’s, and Victor’s for treats!! Yum!!!
The Downtown Early Vote Center is already open to the public, and three additional Early Vote Centers will be open during the final seven-day period leading up to Election Day starting 10/30/18. All sites are open 7 AM- 6 PM on 10/30-11/2; 9AM-4 PM on 11/3; 12 PM- 5 PM on 11/4; and, 7 AM- 5 PM on 11/5
2018 Early Vote Centers:
- Downtown (Open now): 217 S. 3rd St.
- North (Open 10/30): 2100 Plymouth Ave N
- East (Open 10/30) 1800 University Ave SE
- South (Open 10/30). 810 W. 31st St
This link to the EVS website includes details about the specific early voting locations, including:
- Site maps
- Operating hours
- Transportation information
- More materials about early voting
- 2018 EVC Hours and Locations