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Ravinia Neighbors Association Blog

Welcome to RNA’s Blog Page which features articles from Ravinia writers. Although articles are chosen in accordance with topics we feel are relevant to Ravinia and of possible interest to our readers, RNA does not necessarily endorse the opinions put forth in the blog posts. If you would like to comment on any articles put forth in the blogs, please use the comment box that follows each post.

A History, Should We Forget Our Fire

Friday, September 30, 2011

By Amy Lohmolder

Several months ago, at an RNA meeting, one of our members noted that it is often the absence of pressing issues at any given time that causes us to fumble, wondering at our agenda. Who are we as a community group when we are not fighting for city support or monitoring and shaping developments in our neighborhood? What do we do at these times? Read More

History of Ravinia

Wednesday, February 03, 2010

By Elliott Miller

Before the European-American settlers arrived in our area, Potawatomie Indians foraged for food from their hunting camp located on the high ground north of Clavey Road. Many woodland creatures—deer, timber wolves, lynx, and even the now rare Eastern Massasauga Rattlesnake were plentiful in those days. Read More