Please consider Old Highland when making your GTMD donations. The Old Highland Neighborhood Association is a 501(c)(3) and that makes your contributions to Old Highland eligible for charitable tax deductions. Virtually all of our funds cover expenses for 3 primary events: The annual spring clean-up at the end of April, the Minneapolis/St. Paul Home Tour on the last weekend in April, and Blooming Boulevards on Memorial Day weekend. Because we have no paid staff, virtually 100% of your contribution goes to program expenses.
Please donate to Old Highland Neighborhood Association on Give to the Max Day.
Your donation on Give to the Max Day may help us receive an additional donation of $2,000. How? On November 13, every gift made on GiveMN.org will be entered into an hourly drawing for a $2,000 GiveMN Golden Ticket to be awarded to a nonprofit organization. That adds up to 24 opportunities for you to help us receive an extra $2,000!
Here’s the really exciting part: At the end of Give to the Max Day, one donation made on GiveMN.org will be randomly selected to receive a $20,000 Super-Sized GiveMN Golden Ticket.
The more gifts we generate on GiveMN.org on November 13, the more our chances increase to receive that additional $20,000 donation. Imagine what we could do with $20,000!
The Minneapolis Historical walking tour app includes stories, photos, videos, and audio recordings to guide you through some of the most interesting historical sites in the city. The app currently features 29 stops in Old Highland, each demonstrative of Minneapolis’ rich history. The Marcy Holmes section of the app features 24 historical sites from Minneapolis’ first neighborhood – the town of St. Anthony Falls.
It was standing room only at the 2012 Annual Meeting! Thank you for such a great turnout, and to our guest speakers Inspector Mike Martin, Council Member Don Samuels, and newly elected State Representative Raymond Dehn.
Regular Old Highland board meetings are held the first Thursday of each month, and everyone is encouraged to attend.
We’re proud to announce that Old Highland has been selected as one of 61 “Best Old House Neighborhoods” for 2012 by This Old House Magazine. The April 2012 print issue of the magazine features Old Highland as one of the “Top 6 Editor’s Picks” as the “Best for Fixer Uppers”, and includes a large color photograph of Fred and Tracy Loso’s home. The online edition is available on thisoldhouse.com, and includes an extended article and additional photographs.
Old Highland and our own Angie Nelson were filmed for a short segment as a part of “Cornerstones: A History of North Minneapolis”, a documentary co-produced by the University of Minnesota Urban Research and Outreach-Engagement Center and Twin Cities Public Television (TPT). Unfortunately, Old Highland didn’t make the cut for the full documentary, but we were delighted to find that we were included in their “Cornerstones Extras” webisodes!