July 2016
U P C O M I N G 
E V E N T S 
Monday, July 11
5:30 PM
City of Saint Paul, Selby Western Parking Study Community Meeting
Dayton Ave Pres.
217 Mackubin Street

Tuesday, July 12
McQuillan Park Community Meeting
Hallie Q. Brown, 270 N. Kent, Canteen Room

Thursday, July 14
Community Forum:Accessory Dwelling Units
St. Paul College, 235 Marshall

Saturday, July 17
Rondo Day Parade and Festival

Tuesday, July 19
Neighborhood Development Meeting
627 Selby, Suite A

Tuesday July 19
Western District Police Department Community Meeting
Police Department,367 Grove

Wednesday, July 20
6:30 PM
Community Safety and Improvement Committee Meeting
627 Selby, Suite A

Tuesday, July 26
6 PM
SUPC Board Meeting
627 Selby, Suite A

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July 14:A Special Community Forum
The Summit University Planning Council is hosting a special community forum night to discuss the proposed zoning along the Greenline Corridor. This would impact neighbors within one-half mile of University or just about to Dayton Avenue.  This is nearly 2/3 of our neighborhood.

We want neighbors to have a chance to talk about how they feel regarding the proposed changes and be able to ask questions of the experts. For more information on the proposal, click here.

The meeting will be on July 14 from 6PM-8PM at the St.Paul College, 235 Marshall Avenue. Please RSVP on our Facebook page  here
 so we know we know for how many to prepare. Thank you.
Rondo Days
Join the 33rd anniversary of Rondo Days Festival, Frank Adams 5K walk, and the Grande Parade on Saturday, July 16.  There will be live entertainment, arts and crafts, food, and vendors.  The hours are 10AM-6PM.  For more information, to rondoavenueinc.org/rondo-days-2016.

NNO - National Night Out
National  Night out (NNO)is Tuesday, August 2.  Registration is made easier this year, so please register at
First time "party packs" will be offered for the 
first 30 new events.  The pack consist of plates, napkins, cups,utensils  and a few other goodies.  It will be dropped off at the address that registers.

For more information, contact 
Senior Partners Care
The financial burden of the gap left between medical bills and Medicare may keep you or a loved one from getting critical medical care needed to stay healthy. Senior Partners Care (SPC) can help. SPC is a statewide program, which began in 1973, that helps low to moderate income Medicare beneficiaries limit their out of pocket medical expenses. 

SPC has partnered with many major metropolitan area healthcare systems and hundreds of clinics and providers statewide.  Some key metro providers are Fairview, HCMC, Park Nicollet/Methodist, North Memorial, HealthEast, and Minnesota Oncology.  Partners agree to accept Medicare as full payment on Medicare covered services for SPC members. 

Senior Partners Care members must be enrolled in Medicare Parts A and B, cannot have a supplemental medical insurance policy (though they can have a Part D Drug only policy), are not on Medical Assistance, and meet the program's financial guidelines:  $1,961.00 in gross income per month for a single person and $2,655.00 per month for a couple, and liquid assets of under $48,500 per household regardless of size.  This excludes a house and one car.

For program details and applications visit www.seniorcommunity.org/programs or call (952) 767-0665.

Updates from Hallie Q. Brown
Visit the Hallie Q. Kid's Zone during Rondo Days!
Join us in the Hallie Q. Brown parking lot for our annual Kid's Zone in conjunction with  Rondo Days ! We'll have a bounce house, dunk tank, mini golf, yard games, prizes, and much more. The event takes place on Saturday, July 16 from 12:00-3:00pm.
Volunteers Needed for Hallie Q. Brown Food Shelf
Volunteers are needed to assist with helping shoppers and stocking food at the Hallie Q. Brown Food Shelf, particularly in the afternoon hours of 12:00-6:00pm. If you would like to learn more please contact volunteer@hallieqbrown.org or call 651-224-4601.
Hallie Q. Hosts Ramsey Gun Lock Initiative
Hallie Q. Brown is proud to be a site distributing free gun locks to community members through a new Ramsey County Initiative. Our Executive Director, Jonathan Palmer, spoke at the press conference announcing this program and is featured in  this KARE 11 news video . Please spread the word about this important public safety initiative.
Webster Park Play Area Renovation
Webster Park play area is getting a makeover! Located at 700 Laurel Avenue, the existing play equipment at Webster Park was over 19 years old. Construction is underway to replace the play equipment, install resilient surfacing for ADA compliance and safety, and provide seating and landscaping. The play area is closed during the construction but the remainder of the park is open. The new play area is scheduled for completion in September 2016. For updates and information, visit   Webster Play Area Project
Get a Free Workout this Summer!
Saint Paul Parks and Recreation's Fitness in the Parks program is offering free, drop-in workout classes at Boyd Park and Summit Overlook Park from now through the end of September. Getting started is easy. Just pick a class you like and show up! There is no registration required and classes are open to all fitness levels. All ages welcome and no experience is necessary. Classes at Summit Overlook Park and Boyd Park include BootCamp, Yoga, Cardio Circuit, Kickboxing, Tai Chi Chih, and more. Classes are subject to change. Visit  St Paul Fitness in the Parks for the most up-to-date schedule and information.
News from Our Council
Check out our new website  --  summit-university.org and keep current on neighborhood events, projects, block clubs and recycling information. 

Do you have a community concern or issue?  Do you have some ideas on how to make our neighborhoods safer or more vibrant?  If so please come to the SUPC Community Forum, Thursday, April 14 from 6-7:30 at the SUPC office, 627 Selby, Suite A.

Please consider becoming a board member. Districts A and D each have a vacancy.  If you are interested, contact Jens@summit-university.org.