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The city of Madison has fostered the development of neighborhood associations to build a sense of community among neighbors, provide the neighborhoods with an effective communication link with government officials regarding policy, planning, and projects, and empower residents to work together to improve their neighborhood. Westminster is fortunate to be centered within the boundaries of the Crawford-Marlborough-Nakoma Neighborhood Association (CMNNA), a socially and environmentally aware community, supportive of their local schools and the adjoining UW Arboretum. Their website lists many neighborhood activities and projects, and the Association uses Fellowship Hall for meetings several times each year. We have agreed to jointly promote events which may be attractive to the Westminster congregation and our otherwise separate neighborhood communities.
Badgerland Council Girl Scout troop 2911 meets in Fellowship Hall during the school year. Many in the troop attend Cherokee Heights Middle School, and they were excited to hear about and supportive of Westminster's involvement in the new Cherokee's food pantry initiative.
Madison College (MATC) pays a nominal fee for occupying classroom space at Westminster, teaching enrichment continuing education classes in Oil Painting and Matting and Framing.
The Girls Rock Camp of Madison contracted with the church to hold three weeks of instruction and performances in the Fellowship Hall during the summer of 2018. This is a return appearance - good people, great fun.