Please tell your neighbors that April 22-28 is LEXGIVEBACK week in Lexington sponsored by the Compassionate Lexington Campaign and organized as a project of Commerce Lexington’s Leadership Lexington program. The Fayette County Neighborhood Council asks that you visit lexgiveback.org
to sign up either as a volunteer or as a volunteer organization in need of help. A neighborhood service project would qualify as the work of a volunteer organization.
This is a great opportunity for people to do service work and would be excellent for teenagers looking for service projects. It also will assist service organizations.
website will be a permanent fixture after April 28 to link people with service opportunities. This kind of activity will make Lexington Fayette County a better, more compassionate place to live.
Fayette County Neighborhood Council, Inc.
Save the date!
Saturday February 17, 2018 8:30-noon
What happens when you hear there is a proposed zone change in your neighborhood? This workshop is intended to introduce Lexington residents to the current zone change process, including where to find information about the zone change and strategies for becoming involved in the process.
Location: Unitarian Universalist Church on Clays Mill Road
More details to come!
September 12, 2016
Tates Creek Christian Church
Meet representatives from LFUCG Public Safety and LFUCG Traffic Engineering to discuss neighborhood engagement.
Date, Location and Times to be announced.
Connecting Community Leaders
Providing projects to keep neighborhoods strong