Ardenwald Neighborhood brochure released

The first Ardenwald Johnson Creek Neighborhood Association welcome brochure was presented at the Feb. 14 neighborhood meeting.

A welcome narrative briefly talks about the neighborhood, Ardenwald school, parks, meetings, current issues, and Ardenwald community events.

A map of the neighborhood streets also points out the parks and the boundaries between Portland and Milwaukie, and also between Multnomah and Clackamas counties.

The brochure is available for download at the About AJC page by clicking on the “Download Neighborhood Brochure” link.


Membership Committee chair changes

Ardenwald resident Elizabeth Young was unanimously nominated to the Ardenwald-Johnson Creek Membership Committee chair at Tuesday’s neighborhood meeting, filling in the remainder of  former Membership chair Jill Younce’s term.

Young was unanimously nominated at Tuesday’s neighborhood meeting after Younce resigned because of moving out of the neighborhood.

Before leaving, Younce was heavily active in neighborhood activities and committees. She was also active with the Balfour House Secure Residential Treatment Facility subcommittee that was formed over a year ago to address the issues of the controversial new SRTF.

At the Tuesday neighborhood meeting, cake, pie, brownies were served as board members and guests wished Younce farewell and congratulated Young her new position.