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From the Library – Hoopla Huddle Book Discussion Group Will Read Lost Feast in April 2021

Food, though more specifically “Culinary Extinction and the Future of Food,” will be the subject of next month’s Hoopla Huddle Book Discussion Group. That’s because we’ll be reading Lost Feast by Lenore Newman on Monday, April 26, at 6:00 PM:

BOOK DESCRIPTION: Food expert Lenore Newman sets out to look at the history of the foods we have loved to death and what that means for the culinary paths we choose for the future. Whether it’s chasing down the luscious butter of local Icelandic cattle or looking at the impacts of modern industrialized agriculture on the range of food varieties we can put in our shopping carts, Newman’s bright, intelligent gaze finds insight and humor at every turn.

Part culinary romp, part environmental wake-up call, Lost Feast makes a critical contribution to our understanding of food security today. You will never look at what’s on your plate in quite the same way again.

If you’d like to join the discussion, please register for the Hoopla Huddle Book Discussion Group through our Online Calendar. You will receive an email with the login information for the Zoom meeting before the discussion begins.

Lost Feast is now available to download through Hoopla with your library card as an ebook or an audiobook.

From the Library – The Irondequoit Library Will Be Closed on Saturday, April 3, 2021

In observance of Easter, the Irondequoit Public Library will be closed this Saturday, April 3.

We’ll reopen on Monday, April 5, at 10:00 AM.

From the Town: Special Town Board Meeting Notice

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a Special Town Board Meeting of the Town Board of the Town of Irondequoit will be held on Tuesday, March 30, 2021 at 4:00 p.m. in the Broderick Room to Adopt a Plan Pursuant to Executive Order 203 Relating to the Police Reform and Reinvention Plan and to Adopt a Resolution Calling for a Public Hearing on a Proposed Amendment to Town Code Chapter 91 to Bar Overnight Mooring and Anchoring of Vessels at Irondequoit Bay State Marine Park Docks.

DATED:  MARCH 26, 2021

Call for Officers & Volunteers

Eagle Heights Neighborhood Association is a 100% volunteer organization. Without the time and effort of our neighbors, we would not exist. Are you able to help make a difference in our community by helping us to promote, organize, and implement activities for our neighborhood?

For the 2021 election, we are seeking nominations for all open positions. If you are interested in running, just send us an email at info@eagle-heights.us with your name, address, position in which you are interested, and one paragraph explaining how you can help!

Open Positions

Officer positions meet approximately monthly for up to one hour. Meeting times are determined based on everyone’s availability.

President 2021-2023

The president runs the association and executive board meetings, attends the Irondequoit Neighborhood Roundtable, and serves as the main point of contact for all association matters.

Vice President 2021-2023

The vice president assists the president in overseeing the activities of the association as well as leading projects.

Secretary 2021-2023

The secretary keeps the meeting minutes and checks our PO Box.

Treasurer 2021-2023

The treasurer manages the associations bank account and ledgers, including submitting the electronic post card to the IRS.

Board Member at Large 2021-2023 (up to 3 people)

Board Members attend executive board meetings and lead association projects.

Interested Volunteers

Do you want to help out, but not interested in attending our monthly board meetings? Let us know you’re an interested volunteer. We’re always looking for a group of neighbors we can ask to help out. This could be distributing fliers, dropping off welcome packets to new residents, checking the PO Box, serving as a collection point for a neighborhood bottle, can, or food drive, or anything else we might need. We have a specific need for:

  1. Communications volunteers – cross posting content from our Facebook group to our website and preparing newsletters.
  2. Someone who regularly goes to the post office who can check our PO Box.
  3. Someone who has experience coordinating fundraisers.
  4. A Yard Sale organizer (if feasible for 2021)