Spring 2021 Newsletter


"The best gift we have is one of volunteering, giving your support, talents and time to improve the world around you, the lives of your friends, family and those who you have never met.”

Unfortunately, the 2020 EPNA season of events and activities was significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Most of our traditional activities were cancelled or redesigned to ensure the health and safety of our neighborhood. Despite all the restrictions and cancellations, many EPNA friends and neighbors were able to plan, adjust, and carry out a number of EPNA activities and events.

We are always mindful of and grateful for our fabulous volunteers. They are the heartbeat of the EPNA organization. The EPNA Board has identified February as a month to recognize, in a special way, all of the volunteers who generously gave of their time and talents during the preceding year. Their names and contributions are listed below, and in the next few weeks each will receive a Thank You packet.

We are moving forward to plan our 2021 activities and events. We will once again be paying very close attention to local, state, and federal regulations as they impact our community. We will be sharing information regarding upcoming events and opportunities and how to volunteer for any one or more. Watch for more information via the EPNA Newsletter, Nextdoor, Facebook and



The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect all of our lives and activities. With that in mind, we are hoping to have our Spring Easter Egg Hunt with adjustments to account for the current COVID-19 safety precautions.

Inviting all neighborhood children ages 12 and under with adult supervision to reconnect with neighbors after a snowy cold winter!

9:30 AM:Registration begins

10:00 AM: Event starts

{Remember: We hunt in rain, snow, sleet, or shine!}

KIDS: bring your basket to gather eggs

ADULTS: bring a camera to capture memories

EVERYBODY: bring your loose change for the Penny Jar

Activities Include

Egg Hunt : Pictures with the Easter Bunny (with masks) : Penny Jar Drive : Tattoos: Easter Bunny Bubbles : Jelly Bean Guess: Chalk for Sidewalk Art : Coloring Sheets to Take Home


Decorate your eggs at home and bring your best one to enter into the Egg Decorating Contest. Create a hand- made stand to display your egg. Prizes will be awarded by age level for the most creative egg and its display.