Councilwoman Shanklin hosting a District 2 Community Meeting on Wednesday, May 18

May 18, 2022

The meeting will also include a Spring Flower Give-A-Way!

Louisville – Councilwoman Barbara Shanklin (D-2) is inviting residents to join her for a District 2 Community Meeting on Wednesday, May 18, at the Newburg Community Center on Exeter Avenue.

The councilwoman is looking forward to meeting with the community to discuss any issues, answer questions, and share the latest updates for the district. Other members of her office will also be available at the meeting.

In an effort to help with the beautification of the neighborhood, Councilwoman Shanklin is offering free trays of spring flowers to District 2 residents that come to the meeting.

"As it is now springtime, lawns across our district are beginning to need extra attention in order to look good and kept-up,” said Councilwoman Shanklin. “In order to help community members beautify their landscaping, as well as to encourage proper lawn maintenance, I am offering the first 100 members of District 2 that attend this month's community meeting one free tray of Spring flowers each!  We hope to see many members of our community there and many beautiful front yards this Spring and Summer!”

Each person is limited to one tray of flowers, and participants must bring their ID or driver’s license to show they are a resident of District 2. 

flower giveaway

 

WHAT: District 2 Community Meeting + Spring Flower Give-A-Way

WHEN: Wednesday, May 18, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

WHERE: Newburg Community Center (in the parking lot)

                4810 Exeter Ave.

                Louisville, KY 40218

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