BNA plans for 2014, Music on the Avenue Series, Opt-out of junk mail, and more
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2014 is off to a good start

The Bellevue Neighborhood Association had its first membership meeting of the year and things are off to a good start! We have new officers (Diane Witte, president; John Adams, vice president; Jo Anne Warren, secretary; Bridget Vogt, treasurer) and a long list of goals for 2014. New proposals this year are the expansion of our Adopt-a-Block program to include alleys, a mural-style trash can painting project, increasing the scale of our current fundraisers, and a new website. City-wide grants will continue as well as city-wide holiday decorations. Click here if you're interested in joining the Bellevue Neighborhood Association.

Music on the Avenue

The 15th annual Music on the Avenue Series is just a few days away. The series will be held on five Fridays at 8pm, February 7th to March 7th at St. John United Church of Christ (520 Fairfield Ave, Bellevue KY). Visit the facebook page for full listing. Music on the Avenue provides Northern Kentucky and the Greater Cincinnati area with free concerts of promising new talent and internationally-recognized performers. Read more.

Opt-out of junk mail

Tired of getting unsolicited mail, telemarketing calls, and advertising email? Check out these ways to reduce junk mail.

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Join us at the next BNA meeting

Our next general meeting is Feb 25th at 7pm at the Callahan Center. We'd love to see you there!

Shop Bellevue!

Hang out on the Avenue on Friday, February 7th from 6 to 9pm for Shop Bellevue. Details.

Family Dinner

Come down to the Callahan Center on Sunday February 23rd at 5pm for the Bellevue Family Dinner. Don't forget to bring a dish to share. Visit the facebook page.
Although the river isn't frozen over, it is filled with ice chunks. Be sure to stop down at the Beach Park and take a look.

In January 1977 the Ohio River froze from Pittsburgh to Louisville.
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