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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.

Wednesday, April 1, 2015 [7:00 pm - 9:00 pm]
ViNA Board meeting
ViNA Office (2200 44th Ave N)

Tuesday, April 7, 2015 [5:00 pm - 6:30 pm]
Livability Committee Meeting
ViNA Office (2200 44th Ave N)

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News and Announcements

Urban Vegetable Gardening – Beyond Tomatoes

Malmborg Final-CMYKThe Victory Neighborhood Association has partnered with Malmborg’s Garden Center and Greenhouse to present the 5th annual Spring Gardening Workshop. Join us on Saturday, April 11, 10 am to noon at the Webber Park Center, 4400 Dupont Ave. N.
Learn how to get the most out of your city lot using clever planting techniques with a focus on growing heirloom varieties.Presented by our Victory Tiny Fields founder, Emily Organ.
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3 Hs of Minimum Home Security

Hardware , Habits and Humans ; learn how each of these can affect the security of your home and thus the well being and peace of mind of you and your family.  Crime Prevention Specialist Tim Hammett will share tips on  easy, affordable and effective changes you can make to improve your home security .
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Board Vacancy

Effective MARCH 1,  there will be an open seat on the ViNA  Board of Directors, due to the resignation of Director Kristopher Ehlert.  The term of office for this seat runs through September 2016, therefore the ViNA Board of Directors has decided that there will be a special election for the seat at the April 22 ViNA meeting. [read more]

ViNa Partners with The Camden Promise


For more than 30 years the Minnesota FoodShare March Campaign  has brought together companies, civic groups, schools and congregations to help keep 300 food shelves statewide stocked throughout the year.

This March, the Victory Neighborhood Association will have a Food Drive to stock the food shelves of the Camden Promise, which operates out of Gethsemane Lutheran Church at 46th and Colfax. Donations of nonperishable, canned and packaged foods will be collected at the ViNA office, The Goddess of Glass Shoppe, the Housing Resource Center and Emily’s Diner all located near 44th and Penn. At 39th and Thomas you can drop donations at Hair Fair during business hours. Reach into your pantry and give your fellow northsiders a helping hand.