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IN BLOOM: AWAKENING FALL COMMUNITY DAY
What better way to show off the In Bloom: Awakening Vivian Moultrie Park project than with a fall community day?! Join us for live music, fall themed arts and crafts, food and more! The whole family will be able to join in on painting gratitude rocks and leaves. Our goal is to leave positive messages to inspire Vivian Moultrie Park visitors, as well as placing them in our own gardens and homes.
Saturday November 14th
12pm - 3pm
1201 King Street

 
Face coverings are required, and social distancing will be encouraged. RSVP to the Facebook event to stay in the loop with upcoming details.
IMPORTANT UPPER PENINSULA NEWS
Please click on the links below to learn more information about current news and events in the Upper Peninsula.

Redux 18th Annual Art Auction begins November 9

Charleston poet laureate covers Metallica and releases dance film with new record

Editorial: Public engagement made Laurel Island better and can make it better still

We can all be better neighbors


North Charleston area will be tested for toxic air pollutant with new EPA grant

After overwhelming donations in spring, Charleston-area centers taking clothes, home goods
BRIDGEVIEW RESIDENT MEETING
The new owners of Bridgeview Village will host a resident meeting to discuss the planned renovations for 2021. The event will be outdoors and socially distanced. Please spread the word to any Bridgeview residents you know. Meet us there! 
Tuesday, November 10th
5PM
108 North Romney Street
VOLUNTEER SPOTLIGHT: THANK YOU KAREN!
Karen Stinson became a member of Enough Pie's Community Buddy System. A program created as a response check in on elders at Brighton Place and Joseph Floyd Manor, at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. After learning that the need for food was one of the best ways to help, EP partnered with The Shifa Clinic. With Karen's help, over 60 boxes are delivered to the residents on a bi-weekly basis.

"When I call to remind my elders that I will be bringing a food delivery, they are always so glad. When we had fresh fruit and vegetables, they would start planning meals on the doorstep ... I never leave a front porch without hearing many a, "And I thank you, too".
-Karen Stinson's Shefa Clinic testimony

Thank you Karen for all you do!

Photo of Bianca LaPaz and Karen Stinson distributing Shifa Clinic food boxes at Joseph Floyd Manor. Image provided by Nina Magnesson.

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