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Something gonna happen here

Seward Neighborhood Group established a Communications Committee earlier this year and one of its tasks will be to figure out how to better utilize this blog space.

Stay tuned!


Polling Location Maps for Ward 2 & Ward 6

Here are the polling location maps for the upcoming elections. You can view them here or download them. For further information, check the Minneapolis Elections & Voter Services site and the Minnesota Polling Place Finder.

Ward 6 Precinct 2

Ward 6 Precinct 1

Ward 2 Precinct 9

Ward 2 Precinct 2

Pictures of Seward Garage Sales Past

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100 Garage Sales in Seward May 17 & 18! And a bake sale!

Engraving of a street sale from 1800s

The Seward Neighborhood Garage Sale days are this coming weekend — Friday May 17th and Saturday May 18. The Sale days are organized by Seward Neighborhood Group (SNG).

SNG will also have its own garage sale at 2901 E. 22nd St. If you would like to donate items to the SNG sale, drop them off at 2901 E. 22nd St. on Thursday evening (May 16) or Friday morning at the start of the sale.

And there is a bake sale with the garage sale. Donations for the bake sale can be dropped off at the sale on Friday or Saturday at 2901 E. 22nd St. Stop by for a treat!

Email if you have any questions.


Better late than never… Spring 2013 Profile in PDF

This did get posted to the Seward Neighbors’ Forum but I forgot to add it to our online Profile site. I think I was waiting until spring was truly here. 🙂

SNG Spring 2013 PROFILE


Blunt-talking Seward baker named Small Business Person of the Year

Peter Kelsey

Peter Kelsey started as a busboy at the old New French Cafe and now runs a Minneapolis bakery with 400 employees and customers ranging from Surdyk’s to Target.

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SNG Passes Transit/Bike Resolution

Seward Neighborhood Group passed the resolution below. You can read some discussion of the issue (including Representative Jim Davnie’s response) at the Seward Neighbor’s Forum.