The latest edition of The Fountain, our LSNA neighborhood newsletter, is now available and should be getting to your mailbox soon.
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****TREE PLANTING HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED, AGAIN, FOR SAT. APRIL 11th ****
Please join us on April 11, 2015 at 9 a.m. at Lockeland Springs Park. Bring shovels, pick axes and gloves.
We will be planting 250 trees and shrubs in the park so come ready to work and meet some new friends.
We will meet near the Woodland St. entrance, near the 1800 block of Woodland. We’ve rescheduled this event numerous times due to inclement weather so we need all the help we can get on April 11th, tell a friend!
The Lockeland Spring Neighborhood Association is now accepting grant applications for 2015. If you have a project that will benefit the neighborhood in some way, we encourage you to apply! The deadline is April 1, 2015.
Looking for ways to help the homeless during the holiday season? Here’s a couple of ideas.
An East Nashville Christmas cd is now onsale online and in area stores with 100 pecent of the proceeds going to the East Nashville based organization The National Health Care for the Homeless Council.
The project features 75 Nashville-based artists and musicians joining together to support a neighborhood organization that has been instrumental in making a tremendous difference in the homeless population in over 200 cities since the 1980’s. For more information about the project and where to buy click here.
And The Contributor’s holiday edition features another creative and innovative way to help “Wrap Up Homelessness” in Nashville. The issue currently being sold features large sheets of vendor-designed wrapping paper. Check out The Contributor’s Facebook page for more details.
The Lockeland Springs Neighborhood Association is pleased to announce that Ryan Cole, of Crieve Hall, was selected as the winner of the Nashville contest. Mr. Cole’s entry was chosen in a random drawing shortly after the close of this year’s tour.
Mr. Cole and a guest will get to spend a day watching filming on the set of the Lockeland Springs home used in the television show Nashville. They will get a private tour of the home and be served lunch by the production’s catering company.
The LSNA would like to thank the producers of Nashville for their support of this year’s home tour, and offer our congratulations to Mr. Cole.