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The President’s Welcome

Serving “The Educating Community” Message from President Anzora Adkins: The Evanston Community Council’s goals are to accomplish revitalization in our neighborhood. Our mission is to involve the residents, investors, business owners and churches in this process. We will strive to…

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Our Neighborhood Assets

  Neighborhood Assets Walnut Hills High School 3250 Victory Parkway Established in Walnut Hills, housed in a Colonial Revival style building designed by Garber & Woodward. One of the premier college prep schools in the country (ranked nationally) with over…

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Evanston Employment Resource Connection

About Us: Operated by Evanston Community Council, the Evanston Employment Resource Connection (EERC) empowers individuals to improve their employment opportunities by connecting them to citywide employers and the vital resources necessary to retain their job. The EERC is located in…

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Help us bring a Findlay Market Farmstand to Evanston!

The Evanston Community Council, in partnership with Xavier University and the Corporation for Findlay Market, would like to bring a Findlay Market Farmstand to Evanston. A Findlay Market Farmstand is a local farmer’s market that sells fresh, healthy food to…

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Opportunity for Evanston Residents: I-71 Memory Project

Did you Live on Brewster, Herbert Avenue, Trimble, Bevis, Hudson, or Wabash Avenues prior to 1970? Did you attend St. Mark’s or Evanston Christian Churches? Do you remember Idella Manor? Hundreds of houses and buildings along these streets were demolished…

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Community Blend- A Co-op Coffee Shop

With its May 18, 2014 grand opening, Community Blend became Cincinnati’s first community-based and employee-owned, cooperative coffee shop. Community Blend offers fair trade and locally produced refreshments and other goods, wifi access and celebration of diversity. The coffee shop is…

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ArtWorks Mural on Duck Creek

Learn how you can help us bring this project to life!

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Opportunity for Evanston Residents: I-71 Memory Project

Did you Live on Brewster, Herbert Avenue, Trimble, Bevis, Hudson, or Wabash Avenues prior to 1970? Did you attend St. Mark’s or Evanston Christian Churches? Do you remember Idella Manor? Hundreds of houses and buildings along these streets were demolished…

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2015 Memberships Available Now!

Become a Member: “Evanston Community Council is dedicated to the well-being of all residents and to the development of the community through education, business and spirituality” As a member of the Evanston Community Council, you are able to: Vote in…

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