HUNI May Quarterly Meeting Recap

City Bicentennial, Digitized Walking/Biking Tour Plans Highlighted, Neighborhoods Encouraged to Review their Neighborhood Profile and Share Edits with Editorial Board Rep

In the era of COVID-19 and the City's/State's focus on social distancing, HUNI leadership moved May's quarterly meeting to Zoom. The session featured archivist Jordan Ryan discussing the Indianapolis Bicentennial as well as archival resources available on the Indiana Historical Society website. 15+ neighborhood representatives from all over Indy participated in our first-ever virtual HUNI social at the conclusion of the meeting. Editorial Board Chair Lorraine Phillips Vavul described for attendees HUNI's summer initiative to digitize several historic neighborhood walking and cycling tours. (See above article for details.)

As the city reopens, neighborhood reps are encouraged to reach out to their HUNI Editorial Board representative if they have community-wide activities their neighborhoods would like to share with the community. Here is a list of Neighborhoods and their Editorial Board contact. Additionally, HUNI neighborhoods should review their neighborhood profiles (See left sidebar on HUNI home page.)