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Membership Drive; A Message From The EPNA President

Updated: Jun 29, 2020



What does it mean to be a part of OUR ENDERIS? It’s the joy of being part of a special community, it’s generations of families growing up in the neighborhood. It is summer block parties, evening walks through the neighborhood, and decorated homes to celebrate the holidays. The Park at its heart, serves as a gathering place with sports fields and courts, a splash pad, playground, our own Little Free Library, and benches for taking it all in. The Enderis Park Neighborhood is described by realtors as “one of the best places in Milwaukee to live, work, raise a family and just have fun.” You have made it YOUR HOME and we are all proud of being a part of OUR ENDERIS.

The Enderis Park Neighborhood Association (EPNA) includes residents, business owners and friends. EPNA provides leadership and focuses on activities that promote the quality appearance of our homes, businesses, and public areas. It encourages communication and collaboration within our neighborhood. EPNA works to ensure that our neighborhood remains a safe and inviting place to live, work and play and coordinates with government, private and public resources to strengthen the neighborhood.


Through memberships, generous neighbor and sponsor contributions, and the volunteer efforts of EPNA members and friends, the following events and activities are made available for the enjoyment of all.


  • Mulch Fest Recycle holiday trees, providing mulch for the park plantings

  • Easter Egg Hunt Look for colored eggs, games, crafts and meet the Easter Bunny

  • Spring Cleanup Join neighbors to sweep away the winter

  • Bloom and Groom Purchase flowers and vegetable plants at a reasonable price

  • Neighborhood Rummage Sale Coordinated neighborhood wide rummage sale

  • Farmers’ Market Fourteen Sundays (June-Sept) locally grown fruits and vegetables, entertainment

  • Concerts on the Green Four evening concerts and delicious food offerings from local restauranteurs

  • July 4th Celebration decorated-bike parade, games and crafts, music, watermelon eating contest, ice cream, music and traditional picnic food

  • Harvest Fest Fall celebration, farmers’ market fare, music, fall games, crafts and food trucks

  • Halloween Decorating Contest

  • Nighttime Trick-or-Treat An evening of fun and safe trick-or-treating

  • Winter Holiday Decorating Contest


  • Little Free Library maintained and by generous neighbors

  • New playground improvements (Received the 2018 Mayor’s Design Award)

  • Website, Face-Book Page, E-mail announcements and on-line Newsletter (available to all members and to non-members upon request. Paper copies made available upon request for this who cannot receive them electronically.)

  • Maintenance of common green spaces at the 68th street Monuments, Triangle Park, the 67th Street cul-de-sac, Burleigh street and Squirrel Park

  • Maintenance of the Tennis Courts and Volleyball Courts in Enderis Park (Bocce Ball Court coming this summer!!)

  • Maintenance of Soccer Goal Nets enjoyed by youth teams and families

  • Preparation and Delivery of Welcome Packets to residents new to the neighborhood

  • Connection and collaboration with: Milwaukee Public Schools Recreation Department, communication with the City of Milwaukee DNS, Alderman Michael Murphy’s Office, MPD, MFD and other city officials and departments to address and resolve concerns

  • Connection with BOZA- Milwaukee Zoning Board Monitoring and Action

  • Maintaining Positive Landlord and Business Relations within the Enderis Park Neighborhood

The Association gratefully acknowledges the following 2019 EPNA Event Business Sponsors:

Beach Bum Tan

Blamers Auto Repair

Bliffert Lumber and Hardware

Bunzel's Meat Market

Burleigh Dental

Educators Credit Union

Focus Credit Union

Gimbel, Reilly, Guerin & Brown

Jaime Kristof/Shorewest Realtors

Jean Henning Re/Max Realty

Keith's Cleaners

Lutheran Home and Harwood Place

Miss Molly's Café

Mother of Good Counsel Church & School

Murphy Financial Services

Nancy Brennan/Powers Realty

Ono Kine Grinz

Play It Again Sports - Tosa

Premier Eyes

PNC Bank

Cheri Kent/Resolute Realty

Rosencutter Ultra Fitness & Performance

Salon Flo

Savers Kitchen and Bath

Schwinn Bicycles

Sentry on 71st & Lisbon

Thistle and Shamrock

Waterstone Bank

Wauwatosa Veterinary Clinic

91.7fm WMSE

I invite you to renew your membership or be a first-time member. EPNA MEMBERSHIP IS A LITTLE AS $20.00 Activities and events are made possible through your membership contributions. Members may also take advantage of some discounts at EPNA events or offered by local merchants. THE ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP DRIVE IS HELD DURING THE MONTH OF JULY (although new members and renewing members are always accepted.) PLEASE TAKE A MOMENT TO TO JOIN. Complete the attached Membership Form and indicate whether you are a New or RENEWING member. (Be sure to check areas for which you may be interested in volunteering)

Please make your annual payment online or mail the form (along with your check made out to EPNA) to:


P.O. Box 100284

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53210

You can also bring your membership form and check (or cash) to the EPNA Information Tent during any EPNA Farmers’ Market Sunday, Concerts on the Green, the EPNA 4th of July celebration, Harvest Fest, or any other EPNA Event.


The EPNA Board makes decisions and planning on behalf of all members to meet purposes of EPNA. Thoughtful consideration is given to activity and event planning, stewardship of the Association’s resources and interaction with government agencies to address neighborhood concerns. The EPNA Board annually elects Board Members in July for the upcoming year. The 2019 election of Board members will be held Wednesday, July 31, 2019, in the Enderis Park Field House, at 6:30 PM. Neighbors are welcome to attend.

If you are interested in serving as an EPNA Board Member or an EPNA Business Liaison Member (you must be an active member and be current on your EPNA dues) please contact me at: If you would like to volunteer, indicate your interest on your membership form, or contact me or any of the Board Members to inquire about opportunities. (See website for Board member contact information.

I am very proud to live in the Enderis Park Neighborhood, to be a member of EPNA and to serve as your President. I want to especially thank the EPNA Board, committee members, volunteers, and the members for all of your support. We are truly a community of neighbors and friends who share pride in together being OUR ENDERIS!


Patricia A. Yahle

President, Enderis Park Neighborhood Association

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