¿Que nos espera en 2017?

¿Que nos espera en 2017?

El Programa Multicultural del Sullivan Renaissance promoverá su proyecto vecindario en Church Street en Liberty y el área cercana, iniciará proyectos para mejorar la comunidad en South Fallsburg y ayudará a los municipios y grupos comunitarios a identificar y atender sus necesidades multiculturales. El programa mantendrá alianzas con las organizaciones Catholic Charities, la Comisión de Derechos Humanos, la Alianza Latina de Sullivan County, el Teatro NACL, S.A.L.T., y otros.

"Considero que la naturaleza diversa de Liberty es una parte integral de lo que somos como una comunidad. El Programa Multicultural de Sullivan Renaissance ha hecho una verdadera diferencia en el aumento de la comunicación entre todos nuestros residentes. Tener dos nuevas oportunidades de subvención para llegar a nuestros vecinos que no hablan Inglés y para mejorar los vecindarios que compartimos con la población multicultural aumentará en gran medida los esfuerzos de construcción comunitaria iniciados en Liberty ",
dijo Charlie Barbuti, Supervisor del Pueblo de Liberty.

Los projectos de Sullivan Renaissance son exitosos debido a los muchos voluntarios dedicados en nuestro condado. Únase a nosotros en su vecindario y done su tiempo como voluntario.

Para ser voluntario o para información sobre estas y otras categorías de subvenciones llame a Sullivan Renaissance 845-295-2445, o en Español llame 845-295-2434.

Multicultural Program Update

Multicultural Program Update

September brings the expectation of comforting sounds and sights. School buses with blinking lights, children with back-packs heading off to a new semester of learning, turning leaves and cooler weather. It also brings opportunities for the rest of us to learn something new.

This past summer Sullivan Renaissance provided grants to groups, communities and municipalities, all in an effort to beautify and improve the county. The projects that resulted from the grants have provided colorful communities throughout the county. Now that the summer is coming to a close, gardeners need to know how to put a garden to bed, prepare it for next year, and get a good return on their investment.

The United States celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15th to October 15th. In addition to celebrating the accomplishments of Hispanic-Americans such as writer Julia Alvarez, comedian Louis C.K., musician Gloria Estefan, and activist Cesar Chavez, residents of Sullivan County can visit the Sullivan Renaissance tent at Bethel Woods Harvest Festival on Sunday, September 17th, from 11am to 4pm.

The Multicultural Program will host a cultural exchange under the tent with information about the Spanish speaking countries that many Sullivan County residents originated from. Learn about the early foods eaten by the Mayans, the Incas and the Tainos, and then visit the farmer’s stalls and shop for some of the same ingredients. A children’s activity table will entertain the little ones, and will offer a sampling of ethnic refreshments. Admission to the Harvest Festival is free, and there is a $3 parking fee for the day.

For additional information contact Sullivan Renaissance at 845-295-2445 or visit SullivanRenaissance.org.

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