HalloWalk Map – and Raffle Winners!Thanks to all the Manor neighbors who submitted their houses for the Ravenswood Manor HalloWalk map. Some of the decorations are truly amazing. You can find the map (with pictures for most) here:bit.ly/HalloWalkMapIf you forgot to submit, add your house here and we’ll get it on the map -- we know there are a lot of incredibly decorated houses that have not signed up:bit.ly/HalloWalkSign-UpFinally, neighbors who submitted entries by October 25 were entered into a raffle. We ran an exacting process (picking addresses at random from a hat) to determine winners:2929 W. Leland -- $25 Twisted Hippo2819 W. Eastwood -- $25 Twisted Hippo2947 W. Eastwood -- $15 First Slice Pie Cafe2760 W. Windsor -- $15 First Slice Pie Cafe2709 W. Sunnyside -- $15 Bru Coffeeworks2959 W. Eastwood -- $15 Bru CoffeeworksCongrats! We will contact you individually. And thanks again to our wonderful sponsors: twistedhippo ; FirstSlice ; brü coffeeworks #BeautifyTheManor #hallowalk ... See MoreSee Less
LAST DAY to add your house to tomorrow's unveiling of the Ravenswood Manor HalloWalk map and enter to win a great neighborhood merchant prize in our HalloWalk raffle! Don't miss your (wh)opportunity. TONIGHTAdd YOUR decorated house to the interactive Ravenswood Manor HalloWalk Map.Register and submit your address here:bit.ly/HalloWalkSign-UpAnd email pictures of your decorations to firstname.lastname@example.org ... See MoreSee Less
Chicago River Overflow Action Day -- You Can Help!The heavy rain is already overwhelming city storm sewer systems and treatment plants. We can see debris and sewage in the river from the Manor (see picture). We can all help by reducing water use: hold off on showers, laundry, and running the dishwasher as long as possible, and generally think how we can all minimize water use in the next 24-48 hours. Combined Sewage Overflows:www.chicagoriver.org/issues/policy/combined-sewer-overflowsReal-Time Water Monitoring:www.h2nowchicago.org/... See MoreSee Less
The Ravenswood Manor Improvement Association (RMIA) is a nonprofit neighborhood organization, whose purpose, based on its charter, is to promote the welfare of the community in respect to the maintenance and improvement of the physical appearance of the private and public property; the compliance with the laws as applicable to private and public property; the maintenance of facilities with respect to the safety, health and welfare of its residents.