Halloween is behind us, Thanksgiving will soon be here—and then here come the holidays—Christmas, Chanukah, Kwaanza or whatever you may celebrate at that time of year. Here are a few things for you to know to help you prepare for the upcoming Gift to the Community:

Hello fellow Winding Brook residents and friends. My name is Tim Sullivan and I am a member of the Winding Brook Park Board. I’m so excited to announce a program called November Lights!

Mariah Cressy grew up in South Bend and attended the University of Dayton for her undergraduate degrees in journalism and English and then received her Masters in English at the University of Louisville. Mariah has professional experience as a writer, editor, search engine optimizer, a digital marketer, website manager, and email marketer.

It may only be October but 'you know what’ is approaching quicker than we may hope. Gift to the Community will begin in December so now is the time to think about what you would like to do to participate.

St. Joseph Regional Medical Center
Conference Room B
6:00-6:45 p.m.

David McCormick, civil engineer, will present an educational overview on water and drainage issues and help us understand the variables at play.