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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.

Thursday, January 1, 2015 [All Day]
New Years Day -Office Closed
ViNA Office (2200 44th Ave N)

Tuesday, January 6, 2015 [5:00 pm - 6:30 pm]
Livability Committee Meeting
Victory 44 (2201 44th Ave N )

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Recycle Your Holidays

Recycle your Holidays

The Recycling Association of Minnesota’s holiday light recycling program, Recycle Your Holidays, is back! ¬†For every old holiday lighting string you recycle and replace with more efficient LED holiday lighting, you’ll save 19 kWh over the course of the holiday season. This is the same amount of energy as a common CFL household light bulb would use if left on for 24 hours a day for 2 months straight! Many homes decorate using numerous holiday light strings. Depending on one’s holiday lighting enthusiasm, a home can save between $10 to $250 each holiday season by switching to LED holiday lighting.

Robbinsdale ACE Hardware at 4140 West Broadway is a drop off site or visit CERTs’ websites to find other drop-off locations for those old unwanted working or non-working lights. The Recycle Your Holidays program employs individuals with disabilities to process the lights for recycling.