The May/June issue of The Town Crier is now live at http://towncrier.civanoneighbors.com! It features a wonderful mix of contributions, including editorials, reviews, community news, and much more: Civano Community Garden is in Bloom! The Wrong Statue? Or the Wrong Greenway? An Arizona History Stories from Our Animal Farm Civano in Bloom, A Photo Gallery: Your Reason for Sneezing! Remembering Civano Resident Brenda Patrick He Said, She Said? Becomes ‘New at the Movies’: Bully and The Kid with a Bike Sunday Soup Suppers Taking the Summer Off; Step Up for Fall! Civano and Sierra Morado Energy and Water Use Results for 2011 Civano Community School Rummage Sale and Root Beer Floats! Report to Neighbors Care Alliance and a Call for Volunteers Lend Your Voice to Adopt Civano’s Solar Energy Code Across Tucson Good Eats: Le Delice, Ha Long Bay, and Guillermo’s
The March/April issue of The Town Crier is now live at http://towncrier.civanoneighbors.com! It features a rich mix of contributions, including editorials, reviews, community news, and much more: Aah, Springtime! Supporting Civano Businesses – Signage or Not A Horse? Of Course! Cheap(er) Eats: Tucson Favorites He Said, She Said: Films from Iran and Japan From the Editor: Civano Community News Civano Community School News February Soup Supper – Super Success! Natural Landscaping in Civano Great Music Keeps on Happening at Abounding Grace Sanctuary Check it out now at http://towncrier.civanoneighbors.com. And to contribute, send your stories or queries to Town Crier editor Susan Call: email@example.com.
March’s Civano Soup Supper is scheduled for Sunday night, March 25, at the Civano Activity Center. The supper begins at 5:30. Please remember to bring bowls and plates, flatware, napkins, cups, and drinks for you and your family. You are encouraged to bring soup or salad, bread or dessert. For planning purposes, there is a sign-up sheet on the board in the Activity Center, or email Linda Hanson at firstname.lastname@example.org. Following the supper, Rick Hanson, member of the Ward 4 Design Review Committee, has been asked to provide a status report on the Houghton Road project. Following that, we are pleased to welcome back to Civano, one of the original developers, Kevin Kelly. As we approach the 13th Anniversary of our Community’s Grand Opening, Mr. Kelly will share some of those early stories about Civano, the first large-scale development of