Hintgen Neighborhood will meet on Monday, February 14 at 6:30 p.m. via Zoom (online AND phone dial-in). We will discuss sidewalks proposed for 29th Street between Diagonal Road and Hintgen.
If you have suggestions for guest speakers or discussion or program topics, please email us at HintgenNA@gmail.com.
January 17: MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR COMMUNITY CELEBRATION
This year’s community celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day will be in-person (Viterbo University Fine Arts Center) and online beginning at 7 p.m. on Monday, January 17. The keynote spaker will be Dr. Sylvia Hood Washington, an environmental epidemiologist, clinician and historian with more than 30 years of research into the impact of industrial pollution on human health. https://www.sylviahoodwashington.com/sylvias-bio/ The event will also include the MLK Leadership Award, which will go to Antoiwana Williams, director of the Office of Multicultural Student Services at University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. A special Dr. King Beloved Community recognition will be presented to Tashyra Jackson and Shamawyah Curtis, co-founders and co-directors of Hope Restores. Thomas Harris will also be recognized for his longtime outstanding service on the La Crosse Community Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration committee. Learn more and watch the live stream at https://www.facebook.com/viterboethics
On Tuesday, January 18, the League of Women Voters of the La Crosse Area is hosting Mayor Mitch Reynolds for a Virtual Fireside Chat from 6:30 to 8 p.m. online. If you are interested, please register and get more information at this link:
CELEBRATE TRNSIT EQUITY DAYS: JANUARY 31 THROUGH FEBRUARY 4Since 2018, Transit Equity Day has been celebrated on February 4, Rosa Parks’ birthday, to highlight the importance of public transportation in ensuring access to services, jobs, education, and life for millions of Americans. This year, the La Crosse Area Transit Advocates is partnering with the La Crosse MTU, the Coulee Region Sierra Club and other organizations to educate about local and regional public transportation. Plans are still being finalized but there will be a display at the public library and the Grand River Transit Center and, we hope, some opportunities for residents to “Ride with your Representative.” More details will be posted at tinyurl.com/LaXTED2022 by January 15.
The Hintgen Neighborhood Association meets on the 2nd Monday of the month at 6:30 pm ONLINE until further notice.
Board: Co-Chair: Cathy Van Maren, Co-Chair: <vacant>, Secretary: Denise Burns, Treasurer: Sue Bluske
View our organizing documents:
Diagonal Road to the North, to the Eastalong the Railroadtracks along 29th Street South, to Holly Place, Broadview Place and Mormon Coulee Road to the South, and Losey Boulevard to the West.