Some images from the Boathouse Project. The theam of the project is the life cycle of the Atlantic Salmon.
See our videos at: http://www.youtube.com/user/Eagleeyes621/videos
Eagle Eyes is a neighborhood organization started in October 2006 for protection, beautification, improvement, and fun for all the neighborhoods in Manchester, New Hampshire and surrounding cities.
Our Newsletter is sponsored by: JEWELRY DESIGN & REPAIR
Susan Palazzolo, owner
Susan has closed her store (as of April 30th) but is still doing jewelry repair. To contact her call (603) 626-0900
Susan, her daughter, Jessica and Meatball
Other supporters include:
XMV Skatepark Church of God
Jim DeStefano, President 230 Moorseville Rd
Manchester, NH Pastor Kevin/Elaine/John Johnny Troy's RestaurantTriangle Mall 644-8769 GREAT FOOD AND PRICE! AlsoSal's Pizza. Dave the manager seen below.
DO YOU HAVE A BAD COMPUTER??????
DO YOU HAVE OLD VHS TAPES or pictures you want on DVD or CD??????
My husband can add to your computer, rebuild it, clean it up so it works like new so Call (John at 641-2945). . So what are you waiting for? Call now.He charges 20.00 to go to your house if needed or you can bring your tower here. He will let you know if he can fix it and how much it will cost before he does anything.He also turns video (VHS) tapes into DVD if you want as well. He starts at 10.00 and goes up. It all depends on how many tapes and what is on them. He can also take old pictures or any pictures and put them on CD for you too.
DEAR NEIGHBORS AND FRIENDS
If anyone needs help with anything please feel free to call us. We will try to help.
Elaine Niemiec, Kathy Carswell, Pauline Dionne and Pat Pearl helping out at the Eagle Eyes Yard Sale in June
Our yard sale went well. This was our first year and I hope many more to come. I want to thank EVERYONE who donated, helped sell, put out, hang, and served food. This was the most organized and group oriented Yard Sale I have ever done.
The boathouse is almost done. Anthony and his crew did a great job. It is at the piscataquog park on the west side.
Deb,Triston, and Peg have been working on some murals in Lithfield lane. The old Koolaid man is now redone with some beautiful flower and scenery. Across from the giraffe mural Deb and Triston have been doing a Candy Land scene on one garage and I am not sure what the other garage is but I think it may be MM guys. I will wait till its finished. Thanks gals.
John and Kathy have white washed my garage wall and that will be done with some students from a community school in manchester soon. It will be a jungle scene. so stop on by and take a look at the new murals. This one should be done by the end of August.
Here are a couple of programs you may be interested in:
NATIONAL NIGHT OUT
FRIDAY AUGUST 8TH. FROM 4-7
BAKERSVILLE ELEMENTATY SCHOOL, 20 ELM STREET CORNER OF QUEEN CITY BRIDGE
ANYONE IS WELCOME. COME AND HAVE SOME FUN, FOOD, GAMES, MUSIC, AND PLAY BASKETBALL TO
WOMANS SAFETY CLINIC
HELD AT THE POLICE STATION
AUGUST 13TH 6 TO 8PM
YOU MUST REGISTER AHEAD OF TIME.CALL 603-792-5432
THIS IS AN AWESOME PROGRAM. IT HAS MANY ASPECTS FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY TO STAY SAFE. ITS DEFINITELY NOT A SIT DOWN BORING PROGRAM.
ITS FUN AND INFORMATIVE SO GET UP AND MAKE THAT CALL NOW.
THANK YOU FOR ALL YOU DO FOR US. YOU ARE ALL APPRECIATED SOOOO MUCH. BE HAPPY
We, the "Eagle Eyes" of Manchester are a group of neighbors and friends centered in the Lake Ave. area of Manchester who are committed to improving the quality of life in our neighborhood. We are a volunteer and non-profit organization willing and eager to cooperate with any and all city agencies to attain our goal through crime watches and awareness: public outreach, beautification efforts and the utmost safety of all those to whom we reach out. We encourage the participation of all other like-minded individuals regardless of their georgraphical location in New Hampshire, political affilliations or office held. We, as a group are in agreement that "No efforts based on good intentions are fruitless", and that even the smallest example of progress is a net gain to all. We have gathered as a group in the wake of a tragedy, and dedicate our efforts to the legacy of Officer Michael Briggs, to whom the city of Manchester owes a debt of gratitude. So help us God.
Our group was born out of this tragedy to show that our communities can come forward and take a stand with strength, determination, and goodness. We will continue this journey and where ever it takes us we will be there. We have achieved much greatness in everything that we have done and will do. Be proud of yourselves.
email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call641-2945
Cheryl Mitchell: Director and Founder
Anthony Williams: Arts Project Director/Staff member/teacher
John Mitchell: Web Site Manager
Deb Curtin and daughters/Staff Member/ artist/and teachers
Officers, Gillis, Lindstad, and Ampuja M.P.D
Mr./Mrs.Osborne/ Neighbor and our Alderman
Peg Lipin/Artist/Staff Member
Kathy Carswell/staff member
John and Elaine Niemic/Friends and Neighbors