EAST NORWALK ASSOCIATION
The East Norwalk Improvement Association was founded in 1910 and rebranded as the
East Norwalk Association in 2013. The Association has been active in East Norwalk continuously for more than 100 years and founded its East Norwalk Association Library in 1915.
ENA membership is open to all residents of East Norwalk. The ENA Board meets monthly, the third Tuesday of Each month at theEast Norwalk Association Library.
Among various community activities, the ENA maintains the East Norwalk Association Library (ENAL) whose operating expenses are funded primarily through the Electors of the Third Taxing District of the City of Norwalk.
ENA BOARD MEETING AGENDAS
Agenda for December 19, 2017
Agenda for November 21, 2017
Agenda for October 17, 2017
Agenda for September 19, 2017
Agenda for July 18, 2017
Agenda for June 20, 2017
ENA BOARD MEETING MINUTES
Minutes for November 21, 2017
Minutes for October 17, 2017
Minutes for September 19, 2017
Minutes for July 17, 2017
Minutes for June 20, 2017
Minutes for May 16, 2017
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Sarah Mann - President
ENA President's Letter
Sarah Amato-Mills - Vice President
Nicholas Clarke - Secretary
Katherine Cray - Treasurer
(Immediate Past President)
ENA Annual Report
2015-2016 East Norwalk Association Audit
ENA Master Plan
In 1910, a group of women thought their community, East Norwalk, needed sprucing up and some loving care. With that goal in mind they formed the
That same organization, now called the
carries on, still mindful of the community it serves.
ENA, today, has as its major responsibilty, the East Norwalk Association Library which it founded in 1915 -- this, in response to the request of a young invalid girl who asked that the community have a free library.
ENA also provides other community bnefits such as informational
forums and meetings as well as rental and use of its Van Zilen Community Hall for organizations, groups, and private events.