Caldwell Abbay Hall was recently acknowledged by nextoor.com as the Strongest Neighborhood Watch Program on nextdoor.com in Nashville. Gary Oakes our nextdoor lead and Tricia Frantz attended the event and are happy to share this news with everyone
Metro Nashville animal control begins their Rabies Clinics this Saturday. Rabies shots are only $10 per animal. Clinics run from 1-4pm each Saturday at the below locations.
Saturday March 14
Saturday March 21
Saturday March 28
RabiesClinicFlyer2015.pdf flyer with full details
Rabies clinic Form fill out rabies form before hand and save time.
It is not listed on the flyer but in previous years they’ve offered shots ans micro-chipping at Animal Control on Harding.
Metro Animal Care and Control
5125 Harding Place
Nashville, TN 37211
This is a friendly reminder that Nashville Zoo will offer “Zooperbowl” our annual half-priced admission day on Sunday. Nashville Zoo’s male giraffe, Congo, will be making his pick for this year’s Super Bowl winner at 10 a.m. at the giraffe habitat (weather permitting) If it’s too cold or raining, Congo will make his pick in the giraffe barn and we’ll post on our Facebook page.
On this special day set for Sunday, Feb. 1, admission is $7.50 for adults, $5 for kids ages 2-12, and $6.50 for seniors ages 65 or older. As always, Zoo members and children under two will be admitted free.
Due to an unforeseen conflict with Southminster Presbyterian Church we need to move our meeting to Norman Binkley Elementary School cafeteria.
Our meeting will begin promptly at 10 am. We have a very full agenda some we ask that everyone arrive early to mingle & catch up so meeting can begin on time.
Meeting will begin with election of officers. We have 2 scheduled speakers; one speaker is from YWCA Domestic violence center and the other will speak to us about the community garden on Blackmon at corner of Edmonson Pike.
Breakfast @ 9am, meeting @ 10am.
As we start 2015 we are also entering into a new future for Caldwell Abbay Hall. We hope you will all join us on Saturday, January 17th for the first quarterly meeting of 2015. As an added incentive we will provide breakfast for our neighbors. Breakfast starts at 9am and meeting will begin promptly at 10am. First come, first served, so get there early! The agenda for this meeting is quite full. We will begin with the election of officers for Caldwell Abbay Hall. Only residents who are current on their 2015 dues ($10 annually) will be eligible to vote. Nominations for officers will be accepted at the beginning of the meeting from residents who are current with dues. If you are unsure as to whether or not you are up to date on dues we will have a current list of dues paid to date. Dues may be paid at the meeting.
Nominations to date are: President: Tricia Frantz Vice President: Ellen Britton Sec’y/Treasurer: Kelly Weymouth (All candidates are running unopposed at this time. )
Speakers for this meeting will be a representative from the YWCA Domestic Violence program and a neighbor from the community garden located at Blackman & Edmonson Pike.
We hope everyone will join us on Saturday, January 17, 2015 and help us begin this New Year on a positive note. Join us at
Southminster Presbyterian Church on corner of Danby & Harding. Location Change: Norman Binkley Elementary School cafeteria. We look forward to seeing old friends and making new ones as well.
Breakfast @ 9am, meeting @ 10am.
The Winter 2015 Newsletter has been added to the website.
The Neighborhood will be busy this weekend.
Friday-Sunday Oct 17-19 5pm-9pm: Ghouls at Grassmere $12 members/ $15 nonmembers.
Sat Oct 18 10:00 CAHNA Meeting.
Please join us for the fall quarterly meeting for Caldwell Abbay Hall Neighborhood Association. We will accept nominations for CAHNA leaders. Voting will take place at the January meeting.
Meeting begins at 10 am Southminster Church on the corner of Danby & Harding. Enter through the beck of the church on Longdale.
Guest Speaker: Assistance Principal Yates, Norman Binkley Elementary School.
We look forward to seeing you Saturday.
Then Join us that evening at
Fire in The Hall 4PM-6PM
Please join us at 4820 Lynn Dr, the home of Nate Kutsko for a cookout. Caldwell Abbay Hall will provide the meat.
Please bring a covered dish to share (12 servings)
Nate will have his grill fired up & the fire pit blazing.
Sat Oct 18 & 19 9am-5 pm Music & Molasses Arts & Crafts Festival
Music & Molasses Arts & Crafts Festival at Tennessee Agricultural Museum
440 Hogan Road
Brush collection begins on September 23, If you have brush for pick up have it on the curb by 7am on Tuesday.
Next collection time is December 10 2014.
“Residents in Metro Nashville’s Urban and General Services Districts have their brush and yard waste collected four times a year on a rotation schedule along 12 routes. Instead of chippers, Metro Public Works uses knuckle boom trucks equipped with a mechanical arm that lifts brush piles up and into a trailer that’s pulled behind the truck.
- Put brush out before the first day the trucks are scheduled to be in your Area.
- Place your brush where your garbage is collected – at the curb if your trash is collected there or in the alley if you have alley trash collection
- Leaves and grass clippings can be put out with your limbs and other brush in brown paper bags ONLY. Plastic bags will not be accepted.
This via facebook.
Thursday September 4 might be the last day of Farmin in the hall this year.
WE NEED YOUR HELP! If we are to continue the market through October (offering fall goodies like apples, spiced candles, pumpkins and such) then we need YOUR SUPPORT! This Thursday is the last week that we will be open, unless we see foot traffic pick up. So, bring your friends and family!
The nearby Farmers market runs Thursday 5-7:30 at 451 hogan road at Crievewood United Methodist Church
Take Trousdale across Harding drive till you see Hogan rd on the left. Crievewood United Methodist Church is across the street from The Ellington AG Center.
What:Farmin in The Hall
Where:Crievewood United Methodist Church • 451 Hogan rd
Police officers patrolling Nashville’s neighborhoods are about to become more visible.
Chief Steve Anderson today announced that new marked police cars are being equipped with light bars capable of displaying lower intensity non-flashing blue lights in a constant “on” position. These lights, which are most noticeable during the evening and nighttime hours, can be activated separately from full emergency flashing blue lights.
“The Neighborhood Patrol Lights are designed to help citizens be aware when officers are proactively patrolling neighborhoods as well as serve as a deterrent to crime by also letting would-be lawbreakers know that we are in the area,” Chief Anderson said.
Twenty new marked police cars assigned to the recently opened Midtown Hills Precinct are now equipped with Neighborhood Patrol Lights. Replacement police cars received by all precincts in the future will be equipped with the system.