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Victory Neighborhood
Statue of LincolnThe Victory Neighborhood, part of the Camden community, is located in the northwest corner of Minneapolis. It derives its name from Victory Memorial Drive, a lovely parkway running through the neighborhood that was dedicated in honor of Hennepin County soldiers who died in World War I. The neighborhood is bounded on the south by Dowling Avenue, Memorial Parkway on the west, the Canadian Pacific railyards on the north and Newton Avenue on the east.
Events

Tuesday, November 4, 2014 [7:00 am - 8:00 pm]
Election Day
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Wednesday, November 5, 2014 [7:00 pm - 9:00 pm]
ViNA Board Meeting
ViNA Office (2200 44th Ave N)

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News and Announcements

Bylaws Amended

At the annual meeting of the Victory Neighborhood Association the membership approved an amendment to the organizational by-laws. Article V of the by-laws called for a monthly meeting of the membership; the amended bylaws provide for at least eight membership meetings per year. The Board of Directors will determine when those membership meetings will be held when they approve their 2015 calendar. You can review the current bylaws Bylaws Current 9-24-2014

Annual Report

At the September 24 annual meeting , the board of Directors presented the annual report . You can review the at  Annual Report 2014.

New Board Member Elected

At the annual meeting of the Victory Neighborhood Association five directors were elected to fill seats on the board. Incumbents Duane Atter, Kristopher Ehlert Ann Kaari and Diane Spector were reelected to two year terms. John Lampson , a new Victory resident, was elected to complete the term of Claire Shaw who resigned her seat with one year remaining. [read more]