News & Updates in Murray Hill
Young Professionals Met on December 17 for a Merry Murray Hill Event!
The Murray Hill Neighborhood Association Young Professionals Group celebrated the holidays with their "Merry Murray Hill" networking event at Tara Rose on December 17th. Tara Rose created a custom cocktail menu and offered delectable bites to guests throughout the evening. YPG's purpose is to connect young professionals in the area for networking opportunities as well as to foster community initiatives through MHNA. We welcome professionals in Murray Hill and the surrounding neighborhoods to join us at our next event in 2020!
MHNA Tree Guard Repair and Replacement Program
The Murray Hill Neighborhood Association Green and Clean Committee is pleased to announce a program designed to help individual homeowners and residential buildings in Murray Hill repair or replace broken tree guards on their property. Tree guards (hoops) have proven very helpful in protecting our trees. Any resident wishing to have the Association help out with a project of this type should contact Tom Horan at email@example.com.
Sponsor a Holiday Tree
The Murray Hill Neighborhood Association is offering you the opportunity to sponsor the beautiful holiday lighting of our Park Avenue Malls. This is an ideal way for Co-Op Boards, Property Management Companies, Small Businesses and Individuals to participate in this wonderful event. Sponsorships are $500 and up. All sponsors will be listed in all MHNA publications for an entire year. To become a sponsor please contact Victoria Spagnola, 50 Park Avenue, Apt. 14C, New York, NY 10016 or donate at www.murrayhillnyc.org/donate.
And The Oscar Goes To…
The film premiere of the new Walking Tour of Historic Murray Hill was held on Saturday, November 2nd at the Bowdoin Carriage House, a NYC landmark, now the Henry George School of Social Science. Led by professional tour guide and P & D member Robin Garr (pictured in the photo speaking at the film premiere), with 7 participating tour members, this film shows spectacular footage of our historic neighborhood. Vintage photos are interspersed with historical and architectural commentary that accompany Robin’s talk about each of the landmarked buildings. DVD’s of the film can be purchased at murrayhillnyc.org/dvd.
MHNA 2019 Annual Survey: Better Together!
The Murray Hill Neighborhood Association annual survey was sent to everyone on the MHNA email list. Our email list includes both members and non-members who have signed up for our emails. 174 people responded to the survey. We thank them for their thoughtful comments. Questions ranged from general opinions about Murray Hill to specific questions about MHNA programs. The survey contained many free format answer fields, which allowed respondents to give unstructured answers.
The MHNA uses the responses to the survey to help understand our member's concerns and priorities and also to prioritze our work. We share the survey summary with government officials.
Buildings Can Now Join the MHNA
To strengthen our relationship with Murray Hill building owners and managers, The Murray Hill Neighborhood Association has launched new membership categories for buildings. The new categories are Small Buildings (less than 60 units), Medium-Sized Buildings (60-200 units) and Large Buildings (more than 200 units). Co-Op and Condo Boards, Building Owners, Managing and Rental Agents are all invited to join. For details, visit the MHNA website at murrayhillnyc.org/join. See the many benefits of joining at this link.
If you have any questions, please contact Heather Dolland at firstname.lastname@example.org. Heather is Co-Chair of Membership Development and will be happy to guide you in this process.
Business Members Can Now Display MHNA Stickers On Their Windows
The Business Committee has designed stickers exclusively for business members that will let the neighborhood know that your business is a proud member of The Murray Hill Neighborhood Association. The stickers display the MHNA logo, and can be posted in your window.
There are two variations: SUPPORT LOCAL is for our business members and DISCOUNT PROGRAM PARTICIPANT is for businesses that offer our members a discount on their goods or services. Any MHNA business member or Discount Program participant that would like a sticker should contact Co-Chairs, Michael-Anne Rowe at email@example.com or Lilli Seidman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Winner’s Recital Young Artist Awards: Bixby Kennedy, clarinet and Mika Sasaki, piano
Sunday, January 19, 2020
3:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Composting and Zero Waste Workshop
Wednesday, January 22, 2020
6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Build-the-Block Meeting: Neighborhood Policing & Safety - 17th Precinct Sector A
Thursday, January 23, 2020
6:00 PM to 8:30 PM
A staged reading of Noel Coward's 'Hay Fever'
Thursday, January 23, 2020
6:15 PM to 8:00 PM
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