¿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.

KEYNOTE TO SPEAK ON TIPS FOR RURAL PLACEMAKING

Saturday, March 11 »

KEYNOTE TO SPEAK ON TIPS FOR RURAL PLACEMAKING

Other workshops on Healthy Communities and Gardening

The Sullivan Renaissance Annual Conference will feature Cynthia Nikitin, Senior Vice President of Project for Public Spaces speaking on building communities through placemaking. The conference, Building Beautiful, Healthy, Active Communities, will take place on Saturday, March 11 at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts in Bethel, NY. Registration is at 9am, the program will begin at 10.

Using Sullivan County examples in her keynote address, Cynthia Nikitin will describe the qualities that make a great place while also making a place great. She will explain the Power of Ten as a planning framework for small towns and rural communities, and how volunteers working with partners and stakeholders can achieve outcomes and impacts beyond their imagining. The entire morning session, as well as the Placemaking for Healthy Communities afternoon session, will be live streamed and can be viewed at www.sullivanrenaissance.org/live.
In an afternoon workshop, Cynthia will discuss placemaking strategies and place-based projects that contribute to people’s health, happiness and well-being. Participants will be introduced to the Healthy Community Places Audit and guided on ways to use it in their own community.

Also in the afternoon, Stephanie Cohen, The Perennial Diva, will present “Perennials that Drink Responsibly”. In this dynamic talk participants will learn how to pick the “right plant for the right place.”

Sandy McKelvey, Founder of Hudson Valley Farm to School, will demonstrate fun, hands-on activities that can be used to get children excited about eating fresh fruits and vegetables and engage them, through gardening, to think about where their food comes from.

For more information or to register, call Sullivan Renaissance at 845-295-2445, or register online.

Sullivan Renaissance is a beautification and community development program principally funded by the Gerry Foundation.

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