Euclid / St. Paul's
Neighborhood Association


September 19 - Porch Party!
  Brendan and Crystal Sterker welcome the whole family to their backyard starting at 7 pm.  Find out how you can be involved in our upcoming Haunted Hike event next month and we'll be talking about plans for our 2nd Gears and (holiday) Cheers - lighted bike crawl in December as well.  Bring a beverage, a snack to share, and a neighbor to: 1205 14th Street N.
October 2 - General Meeting & Pie Contest
  Presentations by nominated charities.  St. Paulís cafeteria - Doors open 6:30 p.m. for hospitality and a chance to visit.  Meeting starts at 7:00 pm. 
October 18 - Haunted Hike
  Save the Date!  Storytellers, sideshows, tourguides, "Ghouly-Goodies Bake Sale" at Party Central (13th & 13th), and much more.
December 4 - General Meeting & Holiday Party
  Holiday Party and Elections.  St. Paulís cafeteria - Doors open 6:30 p.m. for hospitality and a chance to visit.  Meeting starts at 7:00 pm. 
General Meetings
  General meetings are held every other month starting in February. All meetings are held in St Paulís School cafeteria, unless otherwise announced, with doors opening at 6:30pm for hospitality and a chance to visit, meeting starts at 7pm.
Meeting Events Schedule:
  February Chili Cook-off
  April Speaker
  June Speaker
  August Ice Cream Social
  October Pie Contest
  December Elections / Holiday Party
Porch Parties!
  Always the 3rd Friday of the month - itís a great way to get to know your neighbors and share your hospitality all at the same time. If youíd like to host a Porch Party, contact Crystal Sterker at .
  Newsletter is published six times per year: February, April, June, August, October, December.  More Info...
  Neighborhood Garage Sale - Saturday following April meeting, sales at voluntarily participating homes throughout Euclid/St. Paulís. Neighborhood Cook-out follows later the same day, location TBD.
Haunted Hike - Mid October
Holiday Potluck Dinner and E/SPNA Elections -
December monthly meeting.
Board Meeting Minutes
  Click on Minutes of ESPNA Board Meetings to view
  Join ESPNA - Online or By Mail.
  Note from the President
  ESPNA Board, Volunteers & Duties
  Maps: Sections , Sub-divisions
  The Neighborhood Plan - Online!
  Local Contacts and Links
  ESPNA Membership - Annual dues are $20 per household  or $30 for business or charter membership. Sign Up Here
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Haunted Hike 2014
The time has come to start thinking about ESPNA's biggest, and most successful fund-raiser. It takes many souls to transform our historic, yet charming neighborhood, into the "Night of the Living Dead."

If you've ever dared to walk our eerie tour, and wondered how you can be a part of it all, now is your chance. The Haunted Hike will be Saturday, October 18. We have the need for many "bodies" to help out with several tasks. Some jobs are large... others much smaller. Anyone helping out in any way will be invited to the Pre-Hike Tour & Party Friday, October 17.

Here's a run down of tasks and roles. The sooner you let us know you plan to help, the better! You will relieve some stress for our generous coordinators if you let them know they have plenty of volunteers committed before the last minute. Please contact Connie Rhodes at to learn more or sign up.

13th/13th Headquarters

We need crew to set up Saturday afternoon and tear down around 10 p.m., then redistribute borrowed tables and gear on Sunday. We'll also need to borrow tables, chairs, coolers and extension cords. Sign up if you can help as a fortune teller or face painter, or with ticket booth sales and customer service.

Ghoulie Goodies Bake Sale

Let us know if you can bake something for the sale, and we'll let you know when/where to deliver it. Goodies should be wrapped in single servings in baggies.

Tour Guides

Teams of at least four guides lead groups of up to 100 people through the 1-mile/1-hour walk. You can sign up in groups or we'll put you into teams. One of the absolutely most fun ways to be part of putting on the Haunted Hike. Costumes encouraged.


You'll work with one or two of the story tellers or sideshows; again, divide and conquer. We have quite a bit of equipment purchased over the years and usually invest in a few new things each year as needed. Usually have one pre-planning tech meeting with your story assignment(s) to check out the story locations and determine needs. Do lighting setup on Thursday to prep for the dress rehearsal, do the dress rehearsal Friday and the Haunted Hike.


Several bike patrol people wear our crime watch fluorescent vests, ride the route and act as crossing guards where tours cross the street and provide additional visibility to car traffic. Plan to perform this function at the Friday dress rehearsal hike (7 p.m.) and the entire evening of the hike (Saturday, about 6-10 p.m.).

Stories and Side Shows

If you want to perform a story or sideshow, let us know. The story coordinator makes sure we don't have duplication of stories, and works with the route coordinator so locations and stories work together.

Please contact Connie Rhodes at to learn more about each role.

June / July  2014 Newsletter
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 Volunteer Time
Our Volunteering: What We've Been Up To
  Last month we put a call out to the neighborhood asking people to share their volunteer efforts for our grant Ďmatchí to light our neighborhood. We will not only light the neighborhood with our efforts, but we will serve as a light in our own community.  MORE...
Record Your Volunteer Hours
  While the city is reconsidering grant awards we should continue to record our hours so we will have banked a head start. If you do anything on benefit of the neighborhood; attend general meetings, clean the ally of over growth or trash, or walk your dog while wearing a crime watch vest, etc. It all counts. Please record it.
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