Windsor Park Neighborhood Association Monthly Meeting
10:00 AM-Noon, Memorial United Methodist Church Gym
6100 Berkman Drive
April 13, 2024

In honor of Earth Month, WPNA will focus on local and global efforts to create a greener, healthier neighborhood. We hope you will come to the meeting and share your strategies in your personal lives to heal the planet. See list of things to bring at bottom


10:00-10:15: Sign in, socialize, shop the shares, sign up
10:15-10:30: Citizen communication ( 2 minutes per person please)
10:30-10:35: Yard of the Month, Andrew Berger and Teri Silvi, Westmoor – Sara Jane Lee
10:40-10:45: Approval of March minutes – Heather Wong
10:45-10:50: Treasurer’s Report – Sam Searle
10:50-11:00: Zero Waste – Gloria Neunaber and Emily Frary
11:10 – 11:40: Climate Crisis Committee – Martin Luecke and Climate Committee
11:40-11:50: DRAWING HEB cards and brief discussion of strategies: Chad Cotton, Sam Searle
11:50-11:55: Announcements / Adjourn


  • PLEASE NOTE: The tables and chairs need to be returned to storage. If you can stay to help, thank you!
    • Austin Creative Reuse: Makers’ Market April 13-14 and 20-21
    • Buy Nothing Network
    • Windsor Park Library
    • Windsor Park Gardening Exchange
    • Fix-It Clinics

Please bring and share your ideas and actions:

  1. What specific actions / changes have you made in your lives / household to lessen our impact on the climate? Post your ideas on butcher paper to share. ADDITIONAL:   Plastics Free July is coming up in July.   What are your strategies to reduce (or aspirationaly, eliminate)  plastic. It’s everywhere!
  2. Enter to win a $50.00 HEB gift card when you arrive at the meeting on foot, by bike, bus, scooter, EV or hybrid. All current members and those who join on April 13 will be eligible for the drawing.
  3. Contribute plants to share at the Plant Share table.
  4. Contribute extra harvest (herbs to kale) from your back or front yard garden.
  5. Contribute surplus plant or vegetable starts.  
  6. Bring gently used running shoes to be recycled. 
  7. Scout those shadeless streets near you and bring names of street to prepare for tree planting / care initiative in the fall of 2024.
  8. Bring hard to recycle clean styrofoam and add it to the big orange Ridwell bag that will be available. Information and free month of Ridwell available.
  9. NEW: bring your eclipse glasses to recycle with Astronomers Without Borders

I know. That’s a lot to transport on your bike, but your ideas can be stored in your brain!

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