Community Gatherings

All meetings are at 10am on the 2nd Saturday of the month in the community room at the:
Victor E. Anderson Branch Library
3635 Touzalin Avenue
Lincoln, NE 68507
All meetings are free and open to the public. 

Tate Schneider, Reporter/Editor of the Havelock Herald
Please contact Tate if you have an idea for a story or would like to advertise in the Havelock Herald
Email: tate.schneider@newslink.com
Phone: (402) 613-6268
Pick up your copy at schools and stores in Havelock!  

3rd Annual Havelock Fall Festival, September 12, 2015

March 14, 2015
Guest Presentation:
Robin McDannel with the Lincoln Community Foundation on the Lincoln Vital Signs report

February 14, 2015
Guest Presentation:
Neighborworks Lincoln on Havelock Community and Regional Planning Information

March 2014  
Guest Presentations:
Amanda Herndon, Goodwill’s second annual Neighborhood Challenge
Margo McKendree, Volunteer Coordinator at Tabitha Health Care Services

February 2014
Guest Presentation: Leif Nesheim on the possibility of creating a Havelock newsletter through Newslink.

Special Presentation by LPS on the 2014 Bond Issue 

Havelock Fall Family Festival
October 19, 2013 
Havelock Park
The shops on Havelock Avenue 

November 2013
Guest Speaker: Nathan Svare will be speaking on how Lincoln Northeast uses the 40 Developmental Assets to increase graduation rates.

May 2013
Guest speaker: David Pesnichak from the planning department will be speaking on Transportation Demand Management.

April 2013
Leirion Gaylor Baird: at-large city council candidate
Gene Carroll at-large city council incumbant 
Meg Mikolajczyk at-large city council candidate

February 2013
Guest speaker: Trent Fellows visited and shared about his campaign

August 2012
Looking Ahead: Assets of Havelock, Needs of Havelock, and Our Dream for Havelock

June 2012
The Essence of Leadership - What is it and why does it matter?

May 2012
Arts & Culture

April 2, 2012
Location: Ayers & Ayers | 2436 North 48th St | - Economic Development: Darl Naumann, Economic Development with Ayers & Ayers, and Pat Haverty, Director of Business Retention & Expansion at the Lincoln Chamber of Commerce, and will discuss the nature of entrepreneurship and economic development and the current status and potential of economic development in northeast Lincoln.

March 2012
Housing Development
Nancy Muehling, Executive Director, Lincoln/Lancaster County Habitat for Humanity - Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. Pat Ohmberger, President, Nebraska Realtors Association - A Realtors perspective. Jerry Boyce, Board Member, Real Estate Owners and Managers Association - A Landlords perspective

February 2012
LPlan 2040 - Brandon Garrett Long Range Planner with the City of Lincoln will present on overview of the LPlan2040 with an emphasis on pieces particularly relevant to Havelock. This presentation will serve as an introduction to the following months meetings on Housing Development and Economic Development.

January 2012
Location: Huntington Elementary School
Stronger Together: Envisioning a Northeast Lincoln Partnership. The Northeast Lincoln Partnership unites Bethany, East Campus, Havelock, Kahoa, Meadowlane, Riley, and University Place. Milan Wall, Executive Director of the Heartland Center for Leadership Development - the organization that brought you Great Neighborhoods! - guided us on a journey that helped us form a vision for a Northeast Lincoln Partnership by beginning with economic development.

December 2011
Positive Health - Dawes Middle School - Dr Bob Rauner - Health as a function of medical care, community, and education. Correlations between socioeconomic status, obesity, fitness, and academic achievement.

November 2011

Community Learning - Dawes Middle School - Angie Zabawa on Community Schools - relentless engagement in providing reciprocal opportunities for relationships and experiences between the school and the community. Doug Emery on the Northeast Citizen's Meeting, ongoing since the City of Lincoln went from a at large city council to a districted system. Robin Mahoney with the United Way - Readers, Tutors, and Mentors - raising 3,200 readers, tutors and mentor. We need more than dollars, we need people to make a lasting impact on children's success

October 2011
Historic Walking Tour - Havelock Avenue - Ed Zimmer - Historical vignettes and an architectural tour of Havelock.

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