The Eastwood Neighborhood Association (ENA) works through committees, governed by a Board of Directors and a voting membership, to carry out its mission. ENA committees meet regularly to work on a variety of issues and often partner with other community groups, business leaders and political representatives to tackle projects of interest in our community.
If you have a particular project in mind, or just want to get to know more about ENA’s committees, you’re welcome to visit ENA Project Night, held every 3rd Wednesday of the month at Blessed Sacrament School in the All Purpose Room.
For more information about Project Night or a specific ENA Committee, or have a great idea on forming a brand new committee, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chair: Karen Schroeder 317-4980
The Marketing Committee is responsible for raising awareness about ENA and life in Eastwood. The Marketing Committee supports all ENA Committee Projects. Specific tasks include: preparing the quarterly Eastwood Neighbor newsletter; updating the website; and developing new ideas to keep residents informed about their neighborhood association and other community events.
Chair: Sharon Morrison 438-3132
The Membership Committee maintains ENA membership records, collects membership dues, distributes the Eastwood Neighbor newsletter, welcomes new homeowners to the neighborhood and works to increase membership in ENA and participation on our committees.
Chair: Sue Straub 437-5087
The Special Events Committee coordinates activities to foster community involvement and to develop neighborhood camaraderie while raising funds to benefit Eastwood. Events include the annual Eastwood Park-to-Park Autumn Run.
Green Thumb Committee
Chair: Annelise Bucci 463-4794
The Green Thumb Committee maintains several planting sites throughout Eastwood and most of the flower pots that line James Street throughout the summer. Plans for early spring preparations begin in January. Tending the garden sites extends through the summer. The annual bulb give-away “Eastwood in Bloom” has become an Autumn tradition.
Chair: Amy Rood 552-9751
The Memorial Committee seeks ways to honor special Eastwood residents. An initiative is currently underway to commemorate the late great Henninger High School Coach and Assistant Principal Joseph Mazella by renovating the basketball court at Eastwood Heights (corner of Avon and Mosley) and re-naming it after him. To help build MAZ Court, please visit the Donations page.
Residential Property Conservation Committee
Chair: Minch Lewis 243-2530
The Residential Property Conservation Committee takes positive action to conserve the quality of life many generations have enjoyed in Eastwood by working on property specific projects.
Chair: Sue Straub 437-5087
The committee encourages participation in ENA’s continuing efforts to maintain an aware, proactive and caring community. All members are invited to submit a Safety Tip to be considered for publication in the Eastwood Neighbor.
Skate Park Committee
Chair: Judy Lewis 463-6472
The Skate Park Committee was instrumental in the construction of a skate plaza at Huntington Park. The committee provides resident and skater input during all phases of the Skate Plaza, helps raise funds and assists with the marketing of the venue. For more information visit: www.skateeastwood.com.
Archives historic information on Eastwood and the Eastwood Neighborhood Association and writes historically interesting articles for the Eastwood Neighbor Newsletter.
Youth Development Committee
The Youth Development Committee works to find and/or develop programs to benefit Eastwood youth.
For more information, contact Committee Chairs or e-mail email@example.com