Block Clubs

 

Since 1996, NeighborWorks® Dakota Home Resources (NWDHR) has organized Neighborhood Block Clubs within the communities of Central City, Deadwood, Lead, Edgemont, Box Elder and Rapid City. Through these Block Clubs, NWDHR works toward their mission of neighborhood revitalization. While each Block Club is different, all have the common goal of improving and revitalizing their neighborhood.

Block Club projects include beautification, clean up of central areas, assisting seniors in the neighborhood with projects and clean up, hanging of Christmas lights, and socials. There are seven block clubs throughout Deadwood; Presidential, Rodeo Grounds, Peck Gardens, Burnham, Survivors’ Ridge and Upper Main.

If you would like more information about any of our Block Clubs, please contact Tracy at (605) 578-1401.

 

Block Club Benefits

  • Neighborhood safety
  • Working toward a common goal based on the needs of your neighborhood
  • Getting to know your neighbors and elected officials
  • Connect with city officials to make changes

Success Stories

  • Organized Community Spring Clean-ups
  • Crime rate has decreased significantly in the Lemmon Avenue area
  • Brought neighbors together and created strong communities

 


Neighborhood Block Clubs

Club Contact
Burnham Block Club President, Lila Sorenso
Presidential Block Club Co-chairs, Kerry Ruth and Francy Pike
Rodeo Grounds Block Club Presidents, Bill and Sandy Glover
Library District Block Club President, Jim Phillips
Survivor’s Ridge Block Club N/A
Peck Gardens Block Club President, Linda Blair
Upper Main Block Club President, Rhonda Van Den Eykel
Central City Neighborhood Council Chair, Karolea Schnabel
Lemmon Avenue Neighborhood of Choice President, John Haag
Box Elder Book Club N/A