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Flowing Wells Neighborhood Association & Community Coalition

Welcome to Flowing Wells!

 

Neighbors,

After thoughtful consideration, we have decided to cancel the General Meeting of the Flowing Wells Neighborhood Association and Community Coalition for March 19th only.  

At this time we WILL BE holding our regular meeting and potluck on April 16.  We will be monitoring national and local recommendations and guidance for holding large public meetings and will notify everyone if plans change for April.

Stay healthy and happy!  (see attachment on our pages & links page from CDC for the cornoavirus called "Stop the Spread of Germs")  Kevin Daily FWNACC President

Flowing Wells Spring Events hosted by Watershed Management Group (WMG), see calender page and posted fliers under pages & links for more information.

The Images of America Flowing Wells book by Kevin and Marie Dailey is now available at local book stores. The FWNACC will donate all royalties earned from sales of this book to fund schlorships for Flowing Wells students beginning in 2020. The book is "dedicated to all Flowing Wells family and friends, past, present, and future, who share a vision of a tight-knit community bigger than any one individual and built on hard work, with the school district at its core."   

History:

In 1995, community residents concerned about safety and quality of life, joined together to form the Flowing Wells Neighborhood Association and Community Coalition (FWNACC).

Initially, FWNACC activities included installing streetlights, reducing street flooding and closing drug-houses. Much of the initial phase centered around grafitti abatement.?  More...

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