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The Seward Neighborhood Group (SNG) is one of the oldest neighborhood organizations in Minneapolis.  SNG was established in 1960 to make Seward a better place to live, work, and play and is recognized by the City of Minneapolis as the official citizen participation organization within the boundaries of the Seward neighborhood.
The Seward Neighborhood Group (SNG) is one of the oldest neighborhood organizations in Minneapolis.  SNG was established in 1960 to make Seward a better place to live, work, and play and is recognized by the City of Minneapolis as the official citizen participation organization within the boundaries of the Seward neighborhood.
The purpose of the SNG History Committee is to collect and preserve Seward history.  This is accomplished through discussions and speakers on topics pertinent to Seward.  We also promote Seward’s history through history walks, celebrations such as King’s Fair, and interviews of senior citizens and community leaders.
The purpose of the SNG History Committee is to collect and preserve Seward history.  This is accomplished through discussions and speakers on topics pertinent to Seward.  We also promote Seward’s history through history walks, celebrations such as King’s Fair, and interviews of senior citizens and community leaders.

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The Seward Neighborhood Group (SNG) is one of the oldest neighborhood organizations in Minneapolis. SNG was established in 1960 to make Seward a better place to live, work, and play and is recognized by the City of Minneapolis as the official citizen participation organization within the boundaries of the Seward neighborhood.

The purpose of the SNG History Committee is to collect and preserve Seward history. This is accomplished through discussions and speakers on topics pertinent to Seward. We also promote Seward’s history through history walks, celebrations such as King’s Fair, and interviews of senior citizens and community leaders.

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