Membership Meeting November 26th

posted Nov 21, 2018, 7:31 AM by JLynn Tocher

Are you interested in learning how workforce housing can work well in our neighborhood? Join us to hear John Shepard, VP of Elmington Capital Group, speak to our neighborhood. He will present concept plans for the development planned at E. Young High Pike for us to review and give input. Come learn more about this project and how it will fit in within the community.

We will also have a RAFFLE for two great prizes - 2 tickets to the Knoxville Jazz Orchestra's Swingin' Christmas Show at the Tennessee Theater on December 21, 2018 ($78 value) and a $25 certificate to have your taxes done @ H&R Block.

No time for dinner before
the meeting? No problem!
Soup, cornbread and beverages will be available at the meeting for a neighborhood donation of $5 cash! We will have vegan/gluten-free vegetable soup and meatful chili.

SWNA School Outreach Committee
As a continuation of our support for Dogwood Elementary School, please bring a Christmas donation of treasure box items, sheet protectors, notebook tab dividers, or a monetary (cash or check) to the meeting! (Checks should be made payable to SWNA)

Come hear about exciting activities and projects in which SWNA is currently involved. Be a part of planning future projects that interest you. Bring a friend – or two!

SWNA Observes National Night Out

posted Sep 10, 2018, 6:01 AM by JLynn Tocher

Instead of our normal meeting in September, SWNA will participate in National Night Out. Check back soon for information about this family-fun event!

Membership Meeting July 23, 2018

posted Jul 13, 2018, 1:48 PM by JLynn Tocher

We’ll hear from a KAT representative about new services in the plans. Come to learn more and for your opportunity to give input and feedback!

ALSO, note that SWNA is partnering with Dogwood Elementary to help provide supplies for teacher’s assistants through the school year. Please bring any of the following to the July meeting if you can. If you would like to donate but can’t attend the membership meeting, there will be a box on the porch at 404 Barclay Drive where you can drop off donations.
  • Treasure Box items (e.g. stickers, toy cars - no candy please)
  • Dry Erase Markers (Fat/Skinny, any color)
  • Sheet protectors (100 packs)
  • Boxes of Kleenex
  • White poster-board

We’ll have refreshments and you’ll have an opportunity to socialize with others from our neighborhood and our elected officials!

Hope to see you there - bring a neighbor!!

Membership Meeting May 21, 2018

posted May 6, 2018, 11:06 AM by JLynn Tocher   [ updated May 15, 2018, 12:41 PM ]

This month our membership meeting will be the 3rd Monday due to Memorial Day. 

John Sheppard, a representative of the Elmington Group, will be on hand to discuss a proposed development of an "affordable workforce housing" complex on East Young High Pike (beside the post office).

Hilary Gallegos, owner of Plant Be Green and SWNA Board Member, will give us tips about how to spruce up your yard without breaking the bank and talk about use of native plants in your landscaping.

Join us for our annual seed & plant share! Bring your extra seedlings or perennials that you have thinned out this spring or, if you don’t have extras, come see what your neighbors have to share.

Membership Meeting - January 22, 2018

posted Jan 13, 2018, 1:38 PM by JLynn Tocher   [ updated Jan 14, 2018, 6:21 AM ]

Join your neighbors – share good food, lively conversation, and learn more about exciting happenings in South Knoxville!

We will hear from a Kroger representative who will tell us about plans for the store at Chapman Square and answer questions and listen to suggestions from our members.

Com to meet Stephanie Welch, our newly-elected City Council rep, Carson Dailey, our County Commission rep, and hear from Officer Dan Roark, our police liasion.

January is our Membership Outreach month - Bring a neighbor!

Next SWNA Membership Meeting

posted Jul 24, 2017, 6:43 PM by JLynn Tocher

Instead of our normal meeting in September, we will be participating in the National Night Out on Tuesday, October 3rd. Check back for details about this fun evening!

SWNA July Membership Meeting

posted Jul 20, 2017, 10:03 AM by JLynn Tocher

Join us for our next neighborhood meeting on Monday, July 24th. On our program is Betsy Pickle, Writer for "Knox TN Today" & previously with other local publications around our area. She will be giving us all an overview of many of the business's in the SWNA & surrounding area. Many new, some old, some revamped & I'd say dozens that we may not know exist or where they are. We will also hear reports from our police liaison, elected officials and committee reports.

SWNA March Membership Meeting

posted Mar 23, 2017, 6:48 AM by JLynn Tocher

Our bi-monthly membership meeting will be held Monday, March 27th at Woodlawn Christian Church at 7:00 p.m.

Come hear from Shelly Woodrick, Volunteer Coordinator of "Mobile Meals".

We'll also hear a State of the 1st District report from Nick Pavlis and an update on our neighborhood crime activities from KPK liaison, Officer Roark.

March is also time for our annual elections! We will be electing the following positions:
  • President
  • Vice President
  • Secretary
  • Treasurer
  • District 1 Representative
  • District 2 Representative
  • District 3 Representative
  • Four At-Large Representatives
We will be taking nominations from the floor, so if you have thought of stepping up to a leadership position in our neighborhood association, this is a perfect opportunity!

Hope to see you at the meeting!

No September Membership Meeting

posted Sep 23, 2016, 2:07 PM by JLynn Tocher   [ updated Sep 23, 2016, 2:10 PM ]

We will not be meeting in September. Instead, join us for SWNA's observance of National Night Out on Tuesday, October 4th from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. at the Woodlawn Christian Church. We will have a Cake Walk and Chili Cookoff! Send an email to to RSVP your chili!

July 25th Membership Meeting

posted Jul 22, 2016, 9:51 AM by JLynn Tocher

Come join your neighbors at our July Membership Meeting. We hope to have a speaker from the Appalachian Mountain Bike Club come and speak to us about everything that's going on and coming up regarding the Baker Creek Preserve. We will also hear reports from our police liaison, Nick Pavlis, and the committees who are working on projects in the neighborhood. Come, bring a neighbor, and bring a snack to share if you like.

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