New “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” Sign

This is ABSOLUTELY a fantastic letter and I certainly hope this can be put in the Letters to the Editor!

AUTHOR: Diane Poyant
AUTHOR EMAIL: dlpoyant@verizon.net
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SUBJECT: [Greater Hyannis Civic Association] Contact Us
IP: 72.93.14.80
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This is ABSOLUTELY a fantastic letter and I certainly hope this can be put in the Letters to the Editor!

AUTHOR: Diane Poyant
AUTHOR EMAIL: dlpoyant@verizon.net
AUTHOR URL:
SUBJECT: [Greater Hyannis Civic Association] Contact Us
IP: 72.93.14.80
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(
[Name] => Diane Poyant
[Email] => dlpoyant@verizon.net
[Website] =>
[Message] => This is ABSOLUTELY a fantastic letter and I certainly hope this can be put in the Letters to the Editor!
)

Pat Richards, viagra from the “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” (NHN) watch group in the Chase Street area, tadalafil south of Main Street, search attended the GHCA Board Meeting on September 10th to report on three new neighborhood programs which are available to other NHN communities in Hyannis.  “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” grew out of the GHCA Voices of the Village Neighborhood Task Force in 2011 with the goal of creating a healthy, cohesive neighborhood environment via the formation of neighborhood watch groups.  The three new neighborhood programs introduced by Pat include:

  1.  Blue and white neighborhood watch signs to reinforce safety via a strong neighborhood connection and “watchful eyes” in the community
  2. The description and blue print for adding a “Little Free Library” to your neighborhood, which can help promote a better sense of community and reading for adults and children
  3.  Ideas for a Neighborhood Family Picnic, complete with food, games, a raffle, and much more.

If you have formed an NHN watch group in Hyannis or would like to form one, with the idea of implementing one or all three of these great new neighborhood programs, contact Pat Richards at 508-776-5963 or prichards@todayrealestate.com

 
This is ABSOLUTELY a fantastic letter and I certainly hope this can be put in the Letters to the Editor!

AUTHOR: Diane Poyant
AUTHOR EMAIL: dlpoyant@verizon.net
AUTHOR URL:
SUBJECT: [Greater Hyannis Civic Association] Contact Us
IP: 72.93.14.80
Array
(
[Name] => Diane Poyant
[Email] => dlpoyant@verizon.net
[Website] =>
[Message] => This is ABSOLUTELY a fantastic letter and I certainly hope this can be put in the Letters to the Editor!
)

Pat Richards, viagra from the “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” (NHN) watch group in the Chase Street area, tadalafil south of Main Street, search attended the GHCA Board Meeting on September 10th to report on three new neighborhood programs which are available to other NHN communities in Hyannis.  “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” grew out of the GHCA Voices of the Village Neighborhood Task Force in 2011 with the goal of creating a healthy, cohesive neighborhood environment via the formation of neighborhood watch groups.  The three new neighborhood programs introduced by Pat include:

  1.  Blue and white neighborhood watch signs to reinforce safety via a strong neighborhood connection and “watchful eyes” in the community
  2. The description and blue print for adding a “Little Free Library” to your neighborhood, which can help promote a better sense of community and reading for adults and children
  3.  Ideas for a Neighborhood Family Picnic, complete with food, games, a raffle, and much more.

If you have formed an NHN watch group in Hyannis or would like to form one, with the idea of implementing one or all three of these great new neighborhood programs, contact Pat Richards at 508-776-5963 or prichards@todayrealestate.com

 
Pat Richards, viagra from the “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” (NHN) watch group in the Chase Street area, south of Main Street, attended the GHCA Board Meeting on September 10th to report on three new neighborhood programs which are available to other NHN communities in Hyannis.  “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” grew out of the GHCA Voices of the Village Neighborhood Task Force in 2011 with the goal of creating a healthy, cohesive neighborhood environment via the formation of neighborhood watch groups.  The three new neighborhood programs introduced by Pat include:

  1.  Blue and white neighborhood watch signs to reinforce safety via a strong neighborhood connection and “watchful eyes” in the community
  2. The description and blue print for adding a “Little Free Library” to your neighborhood, which can help promote a better sense of community and reading for adults and children
  3.  Ideas for a Neighborhood Family Picnic, complete with food, games, a raffle, and much more.

If you have formed an NHN watch group in Hyannis or would like to form one, with the idea of implementing one or all three of these great new neighborhood programs, contact Pat Richards at 508-776-5963 or prichards@todayrealestate.com

 
This is ABSOLUTELY a fantastic letter and I certainly hope this can be put in the Letters to the Editor!

AUTHOR: Diane Poyant
AUTHOR EMAIL: dlpoyant@verizon.net
AUTHOR URL:
SUBJECT: [Greater Hyannis Civic Association] Contact Us
IP: 72.93.14.80
Array
(
[Name] => Diane Poyant
[Email] => dlpoyant@verizon.net
[Website] =>
[Message] => This is ABSOLUTELY a fantastic letter and I certainly hope this can be put in the Letters to the Editor!
)

Pat Richards, viagra from the “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” (NHN) watch group in the Chase Street area, tadalafil south of Main Street, search attended the GHCA Board Meeting on September 10th to report on three new neighborhood programs which are available to other NHN communities in Hyannis.  “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” grew out of the GHCA Voices of the Village Neighborhood Task Force in 2011 with the goal of creating a healthy, cohesive neighborhood environment via the formation of neighborhood watch groups.  The three new neighborhood programs introduced by Pat include:

  1.  Blue and white neighborhood watch signs to reinforce safety via a strong neighborhood connection and “watchful eyes” in the community
  2. The description and blue print for adding a “Little Free Library” to your neighborhood, which can help promote a better sense of community and reading for adults and children
  3.  Ideas for a Neighborhood Family Picnic, complete with food, games, a raffle, and much more.

If you have formed an NHN watch group in Hyannis or would like to form one, with the idea of implementing one or all three of these great new neighborhood programs, contact Pat Richards at 508-776-5963 or prichards@todayrealestate.com

 
Pat Richards, viagra from the “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” (NHN) watch group in the Chase Street area, south of Main Street, attended the GHCA Board Meeting on September 10th to report on three new neighborhood programs which are available to other NHN communities in Hyannis.  “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” grew out of the GHCA Voices of the Village Neighborhood Task Force in 2011 with the goal of creating a healthy, cohesive neighborhood environment via the formation of neighborhood watch groups.  The three new neighborhood programs introduced by Pat include:

  1.  Blue and white neighborhood watch signs to reinforce safety via a strong neighborhood connection and “watchful eyes” in the community
  2. The description and blue print for adding a “Little Free Library” to your neighborhood, which can help promote a better sense of community and reading for adults and children
  3.  Ideas for a Neighborhood Family Picnic, complete with food, games, a raffle, and much more.

If you have formed an NHN watch group in Hyannis or would like to form one, with the idea of implementing one or all three of these great new neighborhood programs, contact Pat Richards at 508-776-5963 or prichards@todayrealestate.com

 
sign installed

Pat Richards, mind from the “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” (NHN) watch group in the Chase Street area would like to thank all those who contributed to the cost of placing this “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” sign near the corner of South and Chase Street.

To see the list of donors, please click here.

“Neighbors Helping Neighbors” grew out of the GHCA Voices of the Village Neighborhood Task Force in 2011 with the goal of creating a healthy, cohesive neighborhood environment via the formation of neighborhood watch groups.  To find out more about this program or to form a neighborhood group in your community, please refer to an earlier post on this web site, or contact Pat Richards at 508-776-5963 or prichards@todayrealestate.com.