GPNA Support Needed- Call In This Evening Please!

Hi Everyone, 

I wanted to share information about Thursday's (virtual) public meeting regarding Forth Technologies' operating permit and the recurring issues and concerns surrounding the persistent smell in our neighborhood and what that means for our health For anyone looking to get caught up to speed before Thursday's meeting, I've attached an infographic with a timeline of events. Thank you Abby Long for spending part of her Sunday helping me gather this information! There is a PDF and JPG version so feel free to use and share. 
Even if you do not have a question to ask please attend the meeting Thursday at 6pm if you can. It is important for us to show up in numbers.
Instructions for joining the WebEx can be found on the Facebook event page and are also copied below this message. 
Thank you to everyone who has assisted in getting us to this point! Feel free to contact me if you have any questions. 
Maria Gurren 
Acting President
Shelby Park Neighborhood Association 
(859) 468-1572
Remembering Bob Fry

GPNA sends its deepest sympathy. We are so appreciative of Bob's long time work to better our association and his care for family, and neighbors. He will be missed.

Robert S. Fry

Louisville - 92, passed away peacefully at his home on May 8, 2020, surrounded by his family. Bob was a Veteran of the Army Air Corps and a member of the Saint Xavier Class of 1945. He retired from the United States Postal Service after serving as a Letter Carrier for 40 years as part of the NALC Branch#14. Bob attended Saint Therese Catholic Church and served many roles for the Parish. He also volunteered for the German Paristown Neighborhood Association.

Bob is survived by his loving wife of 65 years, Norma Jean (Vanover) Fry, and his children: Pat (Ellen); Laura Mason (Rich); Marty (Becky); Philip; Eric (Donna); and Neal Fry. He was also the proud Grandpa to twelve grandchildren: Mary Beth Fry; Ben, Max, Simon, Isaac and Molly Mason; Bradley, Andrew and Emily Fry; Katie Giltner and Cameron Fry; and Josh Fry. He is also survived by his two sisters, Millie Kapp and Mary Ann Scheibert, and a host of nieces, nephews, and other relatives and friends.

Bob was preceded in death by his brothers Tony, Charles and John Fry. Funeral and burial services will be private with arrangements entrusted to Bosse Funeral Home and Interment in Saint Michael's Cemetery. Expressions of sympathy may be made to Mass of the Air or Saint Xavier High School.

Posting Website Updates to Take Place More Often

Thanks to our calling on our high tech consultant Paul Impellizzeri's we will be posting again to our Website. Once we test for a couple of weeks we will be developing a strategy to tie content to our Facebook Page. We hope you Bookmark us and follow both our Website and Facebook Page. 

If you have an interest in posting to our Webpage or wish to make suggestions please email to Steve serves as the association's Volunteer Administrator. He will be pleased to connect with you.