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The Cherokee Triangle Association
is accepting 2014 Trustee Applications through April, 30 2014.

2014 Trustee Application Form

Six trustee seats are elected to the Board of the Cherokee Triangle Association (CTA) each year. Each board member shall serve a 3-year term. You must be a current or Lifetime dues paying member of the CTA to be eligible.

Basic Board Responsibilities

Board meetings are held at the library in the Mid City Mall at 7:00 p.m. on the third of each month except July and December. Trustees are encouraged to attend all meetings, if at all possible. Should a Trustee need to miss a meeting, notification to the secretary should be made as soon as possible. Three consecutive unexcused absences warrant dismissal from the Board.

Trustees are expected to serve on at least one committee and are encouraged to chair one. Trustees are expected to participate in events such as the Cherokee Triangle Art Fair, Annual Cocktail Party, and Potluck Dinner.

Election Process

If there are more applications than open seats, applicants will be listed on a ballot that will be mailed to each dues-paying association member. One ballot per household should be returned to the CTA office at PO Box 4306, Louisville, KY 40204 or will also be received at the annual meeting where the counting of the ballots will take place. Votes submitted by FAX are not be valid. The annual meeting will be held at the Highlands – Shelby Park Branch Library at the Mid City Mall at the regular May CTA meeting starting at 7:00 p.m. Newly elected Board members will be notified by the CTA Nominating Committee and are expected to attend the next meeting.

This Saturday is our regularly scheduled Adopt-A-Park day in Willow Park from 9:00 a.m. – Noon (earlier if we finish our projects.)

It is particularly important because it is when we clean up the park and parkway for the art fair. So we need as many hands as we can get.

Projects include:

  • Walk the parkway and grass medians to pick up trash, limbs sticks, etc.
  • Mulch around the gazebo and and area around the marquee
  • Rake and “fluff up” mulch around the trees
  • remove leaves trash from storm drains & gutters
  • Clean up trash leaves in the tot lot

Please bring your rakes and favorite garden tools. I will provide gloves, trash bags, coffee, donuts and bottled water.

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Go Green in Your Old Home!

 

Saturday April 12, 2014 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM EDT

Preservation Louisville
631 South 5th Street
The Brennan House Historic Home
Louisville, KY 40202

“They don’t build them like they used to.”

No, they don’t. And if you live in a home built before 1950, it is critical that you take that little saying to heart.

Led by architect Gary Kleier, this workshop will explore components of a historic home and highlight how preservation can be the ultimate in “green” living. With 33 years of experience, and specialties in historic renovation, restoration and applying green concepts in historic structures, Kleier is sure to help those dealing with rehabilitation issues in a historic home who are interested in achieving environmentally friendly results in the most cost efficient manner.

Hands on History for April will explore the concept of “Green”; how to make it work in the older home; and why so much of what is presented to us today does not work. Join us for three hours of solid information on “Greening” your home while saving you money in the process.

Workshop: $30
Preservation Louisville Members: $20

 Register Here

NEW DATE for the Derby Mini & Full Marathon – APRIL 19, 2014

 

The MARATHON route will affect Breckenridge St., Winter Ave., Barrett Ave. and Baxter Ave. in the Highlands.

 

The ROUTE HAS ALSO CHANGED for this year – Click here for the 2014 Final Course Map

2014 Derby Marathon Street Closures
04-18-14 & 04-19-2014

The following streets will be closed and or have their traffic diverted. Adjacent streets to the below listed route may also be effected.

The below listed street will have NO PARKING from 7: 00 a.m on 4-18 to 4:00 p.m. on 4-19.

Preston from Witherspoon to Main Street

The below listed street will be closed from 9:00 a.m. on 04-18 to 4:00 p.m. on 04-19.

River Road – from Preston St. to Witherspoon Street

The below listed streets will be closed from 4:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on 04-19

Main Street – from Jackson Street to Brook Street
Preston St – from Main to River Road
Witherspoon St. – from Floyd St. to Clay Street

The following streets will be closed from 7:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. on 04-19

Official Start: Brook St. & Main St.
Main Street – from Jackson to 20th Street
20th Street – from Main St. to Market Street
Market Street from 20th to 15th Street
Muhammad Ali – From 15th St. to 18th Street
18th St. – from Muhammad Ali to Broadway
Broadway – from Dixie to 2nd Street
4th St. – from Broadway to Oakdale
Park Ave – from 4th St to 6th St
6th St. – from Park Ave to Magnolia
Magnolia – from 4th St. to 6th St
Central Avenue – from Taylor Blvd to 2nd

The following Streets will be closed from 7:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. on 4-19.

3rd Street – from Central Ave. to Southern Parkway
3rd Street – from Central Avenue to Main Street
3rd Street – from Broadway to Main Street (New Marathon Course)
The following Streets will be closed from 7:30 a.m. until 4:00 p.m on 4-19.
Southern Parkway – from 3rd St. to New Cut Road
Iroquois Park (The Park will close at 7:00 a.m.)
Taylor Blvd. – from Huntoon to Kenwood (Cross Traffic will be allowed)

 

The following Streets will be closed from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. on 4-19.

Breckenridge Street – from 3rd to Barret Avenue
Barret Avenue to Winter Ave
Winter to Baxter Avenue
Baxter to Broadway
Broadway to 3rd St. (North westbound lanes for runners) – Use two way traffic on south Eastbound Broadway. Broadway I-65N Ramp exit 136A will be shut down. Access to I-65N exit to 136B only.

CROSS TRAFFIC WILL BE ALLOWED AT ALL INTERSECTIONS WHEN IT WILL NOT AFFECT THE RACE!

No Parking midnight Friday, April 18th – 6PM Saturday, April 19th on the all the above Street Closures

2014 CHEROKEE TRIANGLE ART FAIR MUSIC SCHEDULE

Saturday, April 26

Lost Boys – 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Tarnations – 4:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Sunday, April 27

No Tools Loaned – 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Appalatin – 3:30 – 5:30 p.m.

2014 SUMMER CONCERT SERIES IN WILLOW PARK

May 26 (Monday) – Old School (Classic Rock/Soul and Funk)
June 1 – Laurie Jane and the 45s (Swing)
June 8 – Blair Carmen (Rockabilly)
June 15 – Lil T and A (Soulful R and B and Rock)
June 22 – Appalatin (Caribbean/Appalachian/Latin)
June 29 – Tony and the Tan Lines (Yacht Rock)
July 6 – Delicious Blues Stew (Cajun and Blues)
July 13 – Cosa Seria (Salsa)
July 20 – Stray Cat Blues Band (Blues/ R and B)
July 27 – Wulfe Bros. and Wulfe Pack (Soul/R and B/Blues)
Aug. 3 – Will Cary (Night crawler Rock)
Rain Dates – Aug. 10TH, 17TH and 24TH
Sept. 7 – (Sunday) Ovation Orchestra

No Alcohol – No Pets – No Soliciting

This is a FREE event, but please bring canned goods and/or hygiene products
to help support the Highlands Community Ministries Dare to Care programs.

The Spring 2014 Cherokee Triangle Association Newsletter is now available to view online.

Click here to view – CherokeeNewsletter_Spring2014

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