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OAK PARK NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION
The Oak Park Neighborhood Association serves and represents residents living between Linwood Boulevard, South to Emanuel Cleaver Boulevard, Prospect Avenue, East to Cleveland Avenue. Linwood South to 43rd Street, Cleveland East to Jackson.
Pat Clarke, President
IVANHOE NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL
The Ivanhoe Neighborhood Council (INC) is a Missouri 501(c)3 that focuses on building a clean, beautiful, safe, and thriving neighborhood in the Ivanhoe Community. INC offers several youth and family programs aimed at helping the community thrive.
The Ivanhoe community is located in the heart of Kansas City, Missouri and home to over 7,800 people; individuals and families who believe in and support their community. The neighborhood boundaries span from 31st Street to Emanuel Cleaver II Blvd., and Prospect to Paseo Blvd.
Our beautiful, thriving neighborhood is experiencing a period of unprecedented renaissance! This transformation began in 1997 when Alan A. Young and his wife took the lead in organizing prayer vigils resulting in the closing of 6 drug houses and the revitalization of the Ivanhoe Neighborhood Council. Visit us and learn more!
KEY COALITION NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION
Key Coalition is proud that they have a diverse, faith-based community offering opportunities to worship in six different faiths: AME, Baptist, Church of God in Christ, Muslim, and non-denominational.
SANTE FE NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION
In July 2009, ten neighborhood associations, congregations and business stakeholders combined to form the Historic East Neighborhoods Coalition (HENC).
The coalition addresses the needs of these neighborhoods. The idea is that together the groups can accomplish bigger and broader goals than working independently. Grants are more often given to groups that are already collaborating with each other.
Marquita Taylor, President
WASHINGTON WHEATLEY NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION
The Washington Wheatley Neighborhood Association meets on the 3rd Monday of the month at 6:00pm at the Seton Center, 23rd & Benton, use rear entrance. (If Monday is a holiday, meet the 4th Monday).
The Wendell Phillips neighborhood brims with historic landmarks – the American Jazz Museum, Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, Black Archives, and Mutual Musicians Foundation among them. Once home to many famous Jazz musicians, Wendell Phillips is seeing new life as the site of Urban Neighborhood Initiative’s Purpose Built Community.
John P James, Vice President