E2 Block Club

Enterprise and Ellicott St. Residents, with nearby Post Ave and A Place residents, plus Thurston on that block, as well as landlords and business owners. We currently have over 30 members, but some have not joined this site.

Members: 9
Latest Activity: Oct 12, 2014

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Call 911 for Traffic Problems at Thurston and Enterprise

Started by Mark Sweetland. Last reply by Mark Sweetland Oct 12, 2014. 2 Replies

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Comment by John Boutet on September 5, 2014 at 3:32am

Here are the pictures I shot at the cookout this year.

140828 E2 Cookout

Comment by Mark Sweetland on August 31, 2014 at 12:18am

Here's a link to our 5th annual E2 Block Club cookout. Some photos on Shutterfly:

We all had a great time!

Comment by Doreen Scanlan on February 2, 2014 at 4:00pm

We would love to see E 2 represented at Square Fair this year . Please let me know what creative ideas you might come up with. The parade is going to be on Friday evening this year so you are more than welcome to have an entry ion that or the fair itself. See you at the Fair.

Comment by Mark Sweetland on August 8, 2012 at 2:47am

Summer Picnic, Aug. 14 from 5-7 PM, at empty lot on corner of Enterprise and Post.  Potluck and cookout with free hot dogs.   Bring a dish to share. And a chair!  Meet neighbors, sit a bit.  Open to all, so please join us!

Comment by Mark Sweetland on June 27, 2011 at 11:06pm
Summer Picnic, July 6 from 5-7 PM, at empty lot on corner of Enterprise and Post.  Potluck and Cookout.  Bring a dish to share.   Also bring a chair.  Meet neighbors, sit a bit.   Please join us.
Comment by Mark Sweetland on June 13, 2011 at 9:13pm
It is a block club for residents of Enterprise and Ellicott Streets, and the adjoining Post Avenue area.  Its purpose is to involve local residents with each other, so we know who lives on our streets, to help prevent crime.  It also has a social function ... we have have a few cookouts in the summer to get together and enjoy each others company. 
Comment by johnnie banks on June 10, 2011 at 11:39am
I am interested in the E2 Block club- can you be more specific about the club activites and functions? thanks
Comment by Mark Sweetland on July 24, 2010 at 12:59am
Next meeting, Friday July 30, 5-7 PM. Corner of Enterprise and Post. Cookout and "bring a dish to pass." Bring a chair, sit a while, have some food, and some neighborly conversation. All welcome.

We will have some hot dogs again, so you don't need to bring anything, except yourself. Visit with neighbors.

Celebrate summer!
Comment by John Boutet on June 20, 2010 at 2:51am
Friday we had an abundance of great weather and great neighbors to make the E2 Block Club Cookout at the corner of Enterprise and Post a pleasant success. On Tuesday I had a lot of fun helping Mark Sweetland go door to door handing out invitation fliers. All the neighbors I talked to on Enterprise, Ellicott, Thurston and Post were pleasant and happy to hear what we were trying to do. I think we probably found close to two thirds of them home. Several mentioned that they remembered when the community use to have get-togethers like we were organizing and were happy to hear it might start up again.

Participating in the cookout on Friday was also very encouraging. Several of the people who we had talked to on Tuesday came. All participants provided a warm and upbeat atmosphere at the cookout. The kids who attended were well behaved and polite. To be sure, many conversation that were had discussed problems that exist in the neighborhood, but talking to this large number of neighbors who valued getting together and seeing their neighborhood improve gave one hope that together we can effect positive change... and have fun doing it.

One neighbor I had talked to Tuesday, Diane Watkins, was not going to be able to stay for the event Friday because of vacation plans but she offered to run off copies of my last flier which I had just given her and to finish canvasing her block on Post. She also contributed many hot dogs for the event and wants to be part of the block club. Her new neighbor across the street had also hoped to attend and join the group. I had a phone message from her when I got home saying she had ended up having to work late and was sorry she could not make it but to notify her of the next event.

A few picture from the cookout follow and an album with all the pictures taken can be found at this Kodak Gallery site:

Comment by Mark Sweetland on June 19, 2010 at 10:46pm
I don't mind an old guy from Melrose St. joining E2 Block Club. In fact, we welcome all the help you have provided in the past year, flyering, walking PAC-TAC on Thurston, taking photos and cooking at our first corner cookout. You are now an honorary lifetime member!

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