Our Neighborhood Businesses Need Your Help Now!

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Tenney-Lapham businesses are what make our neighborhood so vibrant, walkable, and fun. TLNA business owners are always so supportive of our neighborhood association, donating money, food, drinks, and supplies for our various events. Now it is time for us to support them. Several TLNA businesses that are closed due to COVID-19 are still offering take out or delivery while following all social distancing precautions. Set aside your piles of canned beans, frozen corn, and crappy coffee and order some delicious food and drinks now. Visit their specific websites/Facebook pages for more details (the links on the names below are live).

Avenue Club - 1128 E. Washington - Curbside carryout and ChowNow and EatStreet delivery

DarkHorse - 10 N. Livingston - Order takeout from the revised menu at National Emergency Menu

EVP Coffee - 1250 E. Washington - Beans available at Willy St. Coop North or East. You can also place mail orders.

Grace Coffee Company - 1216 E. Washington - Carryout and delivery

Johnson Public House - 908 E. Johnson - Food and drink delivery and pick up

Little Tibet - 827 E. Johnson - Serving carryout and frozen momo; also delivery through EatStreet.

LJ's Sports Tavern & Grill - 8 N. Paterson - Carryout

Macha Tea Company - 823 E. Johnson - Order tea online for mail delivery

Pasquals Cantina - 1344 E. Washington - Carryout and EatStreet delivery from Hilldale location only

Salvatore's Tomato Pies - 912 E. Johnson - Carryout and EatStreet delivery

And a couple of other nearby options:

Banzo - 2105 Sherman Ave. - Banzo is doing their regular menu (in addition to the take and bake). Order online takeout at Banzo Online Ordering

Underground Meats - 931 E. Main - Selling stay-at-home-packages for delivery

Gift cards/purchase:

Barre District Madison - 1014 E. Washington - Selling online classes. Purchase here.

Good Style Shop - 817 E. Johnson - Place clothing orders via Instagram stories!

The Shop - 811 E. Johnson - Selling e-gift cards. Purchase here.

Wildewood Shop - 702 E. Johnsopn - E-gift cards available on website

Our Purpose

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to improve the neighborhood through democratic citizen participation and involvement. The organization will work for the achievement of this purpose by generating and sustaining a spirit of neighborhood among area residents through all appropriate means including, but not limited to:

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Attention

Foreseeing and calling attention to emerging neighborhood trends and problems prior to their reaching crisis proportions.

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Participation

Fostering neighborhood interest and participation in planning.

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Discussion

Providing means for widespread study and discussion of all issues and questions pertinent to the neighborhood.

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Education

Educating neighborhood residents about the neighborhood, its rich history and its future potential.

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Advocacy

Serving as an advocate for those policies and programs that seem to its membership, after appropriate analysis and discussion, to be in the neighborhood’s best interest.

100% Volunteers

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TLNA is a 100% volunteer-run organization and its success is made possible only with the help and dedication of the many people who donate their time.


Jonny Hunter

Jonny HunterPresident

Meghan Conlin

Meghan ConlinDevelopment

Tyler Lark

Tyler LarkVice-President

Keith Wessel

Keith WesselHousing

Madeline Kasper

Madeline KasperSecretary

Patty Prime

Patty PrimeCommunications

Nick Crowley<

Nick CrowleyTreasurer

Marta Staple

Marta StapleEvents

Gwen Shales

Gwen ShalesBusiness

Pat Kelly

Pat KellyParks

Bob Klebba

Bob KlebbaTransportation/Safety

Evelyn Atkinson

Evelyn AtkinsonArea Rep Yellow

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