See page 4 of the April Sabin Community Association Newsletter for more details about the Spring Clean Up
“Budding and Buzzing Sabin” will be the subject of Sabin Community Association’s annual meeting on Monday, May 9, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Sabin School Auditorium, 4013 NE 18th Ave. To access the second-floor auditorium, use the school’s northeast corner entrance.
Meet your friends and neighbors beginning at 6:30 during the Sabin Social, followed by SCA board member elections at 7 p.m. Learn about native and pollinator-friendly plants for your garden, local resources to help yards bloom, and the Sabin and King Street Tree Inventory during the “Budding and Buzzing Sabin” presentation and discussion, from 7:30 to 8:30.
If you had up to $1,000 to spend on our neighborhood, what would you do? The Sabin Community Association is excited to announce our new small grants program, offering two grants of up to $1,000 each. The purpose of the program is to use SCA funds for community programs that support the association’s guiding principles: Engaging the community, seeking to understand and meet community needs, supporting diverstiy, encouraging local businesses, preparing for the future and supporting sustainable living, caring for our natural environment, and partnering with community organizations.
The SCA board is seeking ideas from Sabin residents to build strong community participation and partnerships. Engagement of historically under-represented and under-served communities is a high priority for this small grants program. Interested in applying? The process is easy. The proposed idea must:
All ideas are due by May 1. We have included an idea card on page 4 of the newsletter that you can either drop off at the SCA Small Grants Box at the Albina Library vestibule (3605 NE 15th Ave., next to Whole Foods), or email your idea and information to email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you!