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Neighborly Acts of Volunteerism

The word VOLUNTEER used as a noun means a person...

Flock to Trinity River Audubon Center FREE event on May 14th

In celebration of World Migratory Bird Day on May 14th,...

A great building will never stand if you neglect the small bricks

Bricks, annual membership dues, volunteerism, and the continued support of...

NOCUPP May - October Memberships

219 out of 929 households

2022 KNU Annual Dues

47 out of 929 households

2022 KNU Budget - $32,350

% of expenses by category

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Smoothie Sailing

On the run…. Fill up with this peanut butter and banana smoothie recipe that takes a jiff to blend up and yields 4 servings. Hello! Who doesn’t like peanut butter...

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Smoothie Sailing

On the run…. Fill up with this peanut butter and banana smoothie recipe that takes a jiff to blend up and yields 4 servings. Hello! Who doesn’t like peanut butter...

Holiday Hints

Rediscover Wilderness Wonders

Celebrate America’s treasures during National Park Week April 16-24 or anytime and explore the wilderness wonders of the many national parks, monuments, and historic sites. Find a park near you...

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Rediscover Wilderness Wonders

Celebrate America’s treasures during National Park Week April 16-24 or anytime and explore the wilderness wonders of the many national parks, monuments, and historic sites. Find a park near you...

New brick installations and photos of Spring cleanup day handiwork. Click here to submit your snapshots or email webupdates@kesslerneighbors.org. Out on the town, picnicking on the grounds, taking the pooch for a walk or kicking back with friends… Capture the moment and we’ll share it with neighbors.

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Smoothie Sailing

On the run…. Fill up with this peanut butter and banana smoothie recipe that takes a jiff to blend up and yields 4 servings. Hello! Who doesn’t like peanut butter...

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KNU SUPPORTER SPOTLIGHT

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  • Helping Hands Lightened the Load: Spring grounds were groomed by volunteers Steve Roe, Bill Silverman & Adam, Larry McNally, Stephanie Bazik, John & Enzo Mazzurco, Ed Wynne, and Cindy Pierce. You rock! Read more.
  • NOCUPP Membership Drive is in Force: For just $1 a day, private security detail works for you! Join now. Increased participation means more blanketed protection. Read NOCUPP’s Quarterly Crime Statistics Report.
  • Help Us Reach a New KNU Membership Bar: We need to meet our 2022 operating expense goals. Dues are essential to lights on, grounds upkeep, safety issues, and day-to-day operations. Become a KNU member and make a pledge of $55.
  • Our Thanks to Neighbors: Lisa, Wendy, Jan & Richard, Steven, Ashley, Kathryn, Scott, Edward, Rosalinda, Russell, David, Eleanor, Michael, Charles and John. Your contribution via dues, bricks, plaques and a little extra is awesome!
  • Wine Factoid: The first American wine was a pink sparkling made in the 1840s from a hybrid grape called Catawba.
  • Full Bodied Statistic: According to the Wine Institute, the US consumed 1 billion gallons of wine in 2020.
  • Viticulture Verse: “No poem was ever written by a drinker of water.” – Horace
  • Penned Blend: Madeira was the wine enjoyed at the signing of the constitution.
  • Floral Notes: The Cape, South African winelands are part of the 7th Floral Kingdom and has a different plant kingdom from the rest of the world. Who knew!? Sounds like a Lord of the Rings sequel!
  • Savored Tip: Before you travel, learn to say “cheers” in the language of your destination. You’ll fit right in at the table and make new friends. Click here for a cheat sheet.
  • Demi-Sec: A French term meaning “half-dry” and used to describe a sweet sparkling wine.
  • Southern Gateway Project update: Heads up for overnight, daytime and long-term closures on I-35E and feeder streets. Click here for updates.
  • Caution! Workman and heavy equipment on Argonne Dr @ Montclaire Ave through summer months. Expect some delays and closures.
  • Fill an OPEN Board Seat: The KNU Board is comprised of volunteers. We are a 501C3 non-profit org, governed by By-Laws, manage a yearly budget, attend monthly planning meetings, and advocate on behalf of our resident-members. More hands lighter the load, so fill a seat.
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