Join us at our Adopt-a-Block Kick Off Party, Details on summer programs, City-wide yard sale, Bug-proof your home, and more.
Eden Avenue  
Adopt-a-Block Party
Ready to raise your property value! BNA is hosting an Adopt-a-Block kick off party on Saturday, June 22nd from Noon to 2pm in the 200 and 300 blocks of Eden Avenue. All are welcome to join for snacks and refreshments from Virgil's. Booths will be set up with raffles, grant applications, paving project info, and tree and landscaping advice. The adopt-a-block program gets neighbors involved and gives them pride in their block while increasing property value and making Bellevue more attractive. Don't worry if your home isn't in the adopt-a-block this year, you can still apply for city-wide grants! Email our grant committee: for more details on city-wide grants.

News & Events
Dinner and a Movie Night
Looking for some great company, dinner and a free movie? The Bellevue Alliance family dinner night will be held before the outdoor movie on Friday, June 21st at 6:00pm at the Bellevue Beach Park. The potluck dinner will be picnic-style so bring an easy dish to share (no electricity). Don't forget a blanket and chairs to relax and enjoy the family friendly move after. Thunderstruck will play at 9:30pm.

Free Summer Breakfast and Lunch
Breakfast and Lunch will be served to all children under 18 years of age at the Bellevue High School in the cafeteria starting June 3rd — Monday through Friday — until Thursday, July 25th. The program will be closed Thursday, the 4th of July. Breakfast is free and will be served from 8am to 9am. Lunch is free and will be served from 11:30am to 12:30pm. All children are welcome even if they are just visiting our community this summer. The Campbell County Public Library will provide storytime, book browsing, puzzles and crafts on Tuesdays from Noon to 1pm during the program days. The Summer Breakfast and Lunch Program is sponsored by the Bellevue Board of Education. Read more.

Tips & Tricks
Bug-Proof Your Home
Whether you love insects or not, most agree they don't belong in your home. Here are a few tips to keep bugs out:
- Seal your doors with
  weatherstripping and door
- Add screens and repair any
  tears or holes in existing ones
- Maintain and aerate your lawn
- Repair exterior cracks, even
  ones that are nearly invisible
- Seal around pipe penetrations
- Declutter
- Store food and trash properly
- Keep foundations clear of
  moisture, wood piles, leaves,
  mulch and grass clippings
- Encourage natural predators
Other News
City-Wide Yard Sale
Bellevue's city-wide yard sale will take place on Sat, June 15th starting at 8am. Contact 859-431-8888, 859-431-8866
The city is waiving the permit process for that day.
BNA Meeting
Join our next membership meeting on June 25th at 7pm at the Callahan Center. 
Shop Bellevue!
Come down to the Avenue Friday, July 5th for Shop Bellevue from 6pm to 9pm.
Bellevue Moments

Bellevue Neighborhood Association has adopted 11 blocks within the city of Bellevue! The Adopt-a-Block Program helps in achieving our goal of transforming Bellevue… one block at a time! 


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