2019 Neighborhood Honor Roll

Please join us in recognizing outstanding neighbors and volunteers from across Saint Paul at this year's annual Neighborhood Honor Roll event. Light hors d’oeuvres provided.

Hamline Midway Coalition's Honor Roll Nominees:

Holy Trinity Episcopal Church Racial & Ethnic Reconciliation Team

This Team of dedicated individuals at Holy Trinity Church launched “Community Conversations for Racial and Ethnic Reconciliation and Understanding” in December 2017 to initiate honest conversations between residents on often difficult topics like the New Jim Crow, Micro-aggressions, Institutionalized Racism, and Historic Trauma.

The Team invited engaging speakers and facilitators to help the audience navigate the conversations. The facilitators provided tools for addressing these issues in day to day life and more than 400 attendees participated demonstrating the team’s work and dedication.

Karen McCauley and Jessica Kopp

Karen and Jessica are builders: they formed a coalition to overcome challenges that helped prevent the closing of Hamline Elementary in 2014. They created a working group between the school and neighborhood and built a family resource room open to families and organizations in the Hamline Midway Neighborhood. They’ve also facilitated discussions to create the first Lab School in Minnesota. You’ll see them both at committee meetings and gatherings as they work towards building a vital bridge between school, parents, and residents in Hamline Midway.

Anne Hendrickson

Anne is an entrepreneur and owner of Work It, a co-working space dedicated to movement, innovations, and activity. Anne formed a group in the Midway called the Midway Economic Community composed of small businesses, neighbors, and stakeholders. This group meets monthly to create connection, tackle the challenges of owning independent businesses in St. Paul, and offers a place where all are welcomed. Her impact in the neighborhood is vital and brings renewed energy to the Hamline Midway.



Online ticket sales have ended! Purchase your tickets at the door. Please bring cash, card, or check - $15 per ticket.

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

The Anderson Student Center is served by Metro Transit bus lines 21, 63, and 134, which all stop near the corner of Summit Ave. and Cretin Ave.

Parking Information
Visitor parking on the St. Paul campus is available at an hourly rate in the Anderson Parking Facility (located at the corner of Cretin Ave. & Grand Ave.) and the Morrison Parking Ramp (located on the drive aisle off of Selby Ave.) Visitor parking is also available in the Anderson Student Center Garage (located at the corner of Summit Ave. & Cretin Ave.) and the McNeely Parking Ramp (located at the corner of Cleveland Ave. & Grand Ave.) after 4:00pm. The cost of parking is $1.50 per hour before 4:00pm and $1.00 per hour after 4:00pm.

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
All ages are welcome at this event.

Event dates: 
Friday, January 25, 2019 - 5:30pm