From PHNA President Tania Banak:

Happy Holidays, Prairie Hills neighbors!

Neighborhood Safety

Burglaries are continuing to occur around Madison, many in broad daylight.  Police request that citizens be their “eyes and ears.”  If you see anything out of the ordinary (suspicious activity/behavior), report it!  The non-emergency police line is 255-2345.  If you are interested in receiving an electronic home safety or auto safety checklist, please let me know and we will forward these PDF documents to you.  Stay alert, and keep your car and home safe from theft!

Dec. 23 Holiday Blood Drive

The American Red Cross will hold its 25th annual holiday blood drive at the Alliant Energy Center on Thurs. Dec. 23, 2010.  For more information, contact Debbie Borman at bormannd@usa.redcross.org

Update from Alder Thuy Pham-Remmele (District 20)

Alder Thuy recently posted the following news item on her city website:  http://www.cityofmadison.com/council/district20/documents/121510newsreleaseweb20.pdf

Monona Terrace News

Want to keep up with what events are taking place at Monona Terrace?  Contact Fran Puleo at FPuleo@mononaterrace.com to be placed on their e-mailing list.

Tania Banak, Prairie Hills Neighborhood Association president

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