This site is being updated and restructured. Many parts have become out of date or don’t work correctly. Please tell me of anything that needs updating or changing. I will also try to incorporate useful features keeping in mind that the site must be simple enough to be managed by volunteers. Check back as things progress.
30 August 2017 – The site has been restructured and simplified. Now we need more content. The old posts are interesting for background but readers want current content. Anyone wanting to make a contribution of material can send it to me. If editing is required, I will be glad to do that. I have volunteered to maintain the site but not to originate content for it.
I was just searching through the articles in the Old Articles category and realized that the way they are presented could be confusing. All of the articles appear to be written by the same person (me). That is not the case and all of the articles in this category were written by previous authors before I came to the site. When the site was moved to a new hosting platform, I also moved the years of previous articles so that our records and history would not be lost. Unfortunately, the transfer also identified me as the author of all articles, losing attribution to the actual authors. I could see no practical way to preserve the authorship information for so many articles.
If you would like to reclaim authorship of articles, please give me your name, contact information and the article titles. I will make the corrections.
Here are the monthly treasurer’s reports for APNA for 2016. These were not previously on the website because it was down for the last year and a half. If you have any questions please feel free to email David Bachman-Williams at email@example.com.
This site has articles going back a number of years. They are good historical material but won’t interest most current readers. All categories containing the old articles will now moved to the “Old Articles” category. You can peruse articles from the beginning of the APNA website about seven years ago.
It may seem a little early for Christmas wishes but this is about Christmas past. Bill Duffy has announced the results of our 2016 Armory Park Holiday Lighting and Decoration Contest WINNERS! The pictures were too much for the listserv so you can see them here. This is Bill’s message:
The judges have spoken, and the votes have been counted! We are pleased to announce the winners of the 2016 Armory Park Holiday Lighting and Decoration Contest. First, three categories the judges decided to add after they toured the neighborhood. Each of these three will receive a $10 Gift Certificate from Johnny Gibson’s Market. 1. Best Front Entry: 714 S 3rd Ave. (Sorry – this is the one winner the judges forgot to take a photo of!)