NMCA has organized a meeting with Greenville City Staff for 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, February 27 at the Sears Community Center on E. Park Avenue. Mari Steinbach, Parks and Recreation Director, and staff will make a presentation to inform residentsRead more
Even though Mother Nature may not cooperate, don’t let that stop you from coming out to the NMCA Member Social this Sunday, Feb 16, at the Bohemian Cafe from 3 – 5 pm. Take a look at the menu below:Read more
As you read in a January 25th article in the Greenville News or heard from neighbors, Parks and Recreation Director Mari Steinbach and Recreation Operations Administrator Brad Cuttino provided a presentation to members of the Greenville City Committee of theRead more
Please Welcome Your 2019 Board of Directors: President: Dave Modeen Vice-President: Rhett Brown Treasurer: Jim Gilreath Recording Secretary: Amanda Stevenson-Cali Membership Secretary: Vacant Social Com. Sec: Sunnie Harmon Beautification Com.Read more
We apologize for the late notice; however, we only found out about this yesterday. But there is still time to register! AND we can do another event in the fall. North Main neighborhood is participating in a community tree plantingRead more
The city is holding a workshop this coming Saturday, Feb 9, from 10:30am – 1pm at the Triune Mercy Center. Sponsored by The League of Women Voters, it is described as: The Greenville Civic Project presents a Community Budget Teach-in,Read more
The city held a meeting on January 7, 2019 during which the future of the Bobby Pearse Center was discussed. This was apparently not a public meeting, as no one received notice of it. The presentation can be found here forRead more
The Bobby Pearse Community Center will be demolished. The future of that parcel is now uncertain. The Greenville Online article can be seen at this link.
We have had some members ask why they haven’t gotten membership renewal letters and those who tried to pay online were unable to. Our website is being updated, including the membership page. Paypal is thus currently unavailable. For those whoRead more
The city is asking residents to empty their plastic bags into recycling bins, as bags get caught in recycling conveyor systems.