Viewpoint

Viewpoint

The Viewpoint is the monthly newspaper for Curtis Park, published since 1979. The paper is written, edited and delivered by volunteers, and is funded by the Sierra Curtis Neighborhood Association and advertisements. If you live within the SCNA boundaries, you should receive the Viewpoint near the first of the month.

News in the Viewpoint often comes from neighbors' suggestions. If you have a story idea, please feel free to submit it here. We look for what's new in the neighborhood, who took an unusual vacation or won an award, who does unusual work, who volunteers to make our lives here better and so on. We also appreciate receiving pictures to go with story ideas.

When submitting an idea, please include you full name, address and phone number. These are for verification, not for publication. Please understand that we are unable to use all the ideas we receive. Also, if you are interested in working on the Viewpoint, please let us know.

You can read recent Viewpoints online by clicking on the images below. Free copies are also available at the Sierra 2 office at 2791 24th Street.

April 2010 Viewpoint links--Heritage Trees Article

2017 Editions

February 2017

2016 Editions

December 2016  November 2016  October 2016

July/August 2016   June 2016   May 2016

April 2016  March 2016  February 2016

 2015 Editions

December 2015  November 2015  October 2015

September 2015  July/August 2015  June 2015

May 2015  April 2015   March 2015

February 2015

2014 Editions

December 2014 November 2014 October 2014 September 2014 July/August 2014 June 2014 May 2014 March 2014 February 2014  December 2013

If you are interested in past Viewpoints, link to our Viewpoint archives page for older issues. Due to technical issues, we've been unable to upload some of our recent editions to the archive page. Please stop by or call the office if you need a copy of a past issue.

If you have an article idea, please contact us at Viewpoint@sierra2.org

To advertise in Viewpoint, please contact us as at Fran@sierra2.org. The SCNA boundaries: Highway 99 on the east; Interstate 80 on the north; Freeport Boulevard south of Fourth Avenue/the Union Pacific railroad tracks north of Fourth Avenue on the west; Sutterville Road on the south.
 

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