Welcome fellow neighbors! Eastside Neighborhood Organizatio (ENO) is happy to welcome you to our neighborhood. People who live on the Eastside make more than a great location choice; they enjoy the best of an urban lifestyle. Residents are within walking distance of schools, parks, shopping, churches, and medical facilities, as well as have easy access to CATA bus lines. We are in a convenient location to MSU, LCC, Cooley Law School, the Capitol, and Downtown Lansing, and we also have quick access to major highways.
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The Parent Teacher Association would like to Cordially Invite You To Pattengill Biotechnical Magnet School’s Community Open House. Please join us for a video presentation, light hors d’oeuvres and student, parent guild tours Thursday November 15, 2018, 4:30 – 6:30 PM815 N. Fairview, Lansing. Please RSVP to Shannon Branstner (email@example.com)
ENO is gearing up to publish our FALL newspaper and would love to print any news you would like to share. It can be anything; upcoming events, an article, etc. We definitely need ads to help pay for the paper. And you don’t have to live on the eastside either; We will share any positive …
On the Eastside, you’ll find many people committed to preserving and improving their community and celebrating it’s uniqueness. People who work with neighbors to develop creative solutions to problems and challenges. People who are good neighbors. The Eastside Neighborhood Organization is an umbrella group over 20 active neighborhood groups that serve nearly every part of the Eastside. These groups not only add names to the faces that pass by on the street but offer ways to encourage friendly relationships through participation in many activities such as: spring flower planting, summer picnics and block parties, organized youth sports, clean-up days, and old-fashion neighborhood caroling through the neighborhood.
These are just some of the things that make it easy to get to know your neighbors, and have fun at the same time. This well-developed network of organizations and the people who participate in them help to maintain the strong social fabric and sense of belonging that have long characterized the Eastside.
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We meet most months on the first Wednesday at the Foster Community Center — 200 N. Foster Avenue, Lansing, MI 48912