Author: NorthBuffalo.org

NorthBuffalo.org

The North Buffalo Organization Inc. (NBO) envisions a vibrant and safe neighborhood; a thriving business environment; a healthy community; a neighborhood rich in cultural experiences; and an engaged and well-informed constituency. NBO shares this vision with several other North Buffalo groups and works to collaborate with all stakeholders. NBO’s own role in achieving this vision to date includes: establishing the North Buffalo Farmers Market; conducting clean-up events; promoting local businesses and organizations; keeping the community informed; and hosting public meetings for networking and sharing of resources. Plans are also underway for new initiatives related to public art, economic development, and infrastructure. Do you have an idea? Community input is welcome and encouraged! For more information, contact info@northbuffalo.org.

For Nate Preisinger – Pastor Nate, as he’s known to those in his Parkside Lutheran Church – faith gets lived out in community. It’s not just about tackling life’s big questions, it’s about connecting with like-minded people, supporting each other, growing together. Sometimes coffee is as good as Communion. Now Preisinger is taking those connections a step further as a board member of NorthBuffalo.org, the new community organization focused on quality of life in North Buffalo. It’s a way, he says, to make a difference personally in the neighborhood where he and his family live, and to help the congregation…

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A large-scale Spring Clean-Up will take place along Hertel Avenue, Saturday, April 26th from 8:30 AM – Noon.  The volunteer effort is being spearheaded by NorthBuffalo.org, a new organization focused on preserving neighborhood assets and supporting economic and community development. This will be NorthBuffalo.org’s first annual event.  It is part of the Great American Clean-Up through Keep WNY Beautiful which is providing bags and gloves.  Volunteers will be picking up litter and debris and cleaning and mulching flower beds.  Organizers expect the effort to be the largest clean-up to ever take place in North Buffalo.  Volunteers assigned to Hertel Avenue…

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