Showing posts from May, 2015

Tag Out Graffiti Mural Project - @wpdthinblueline @unitedwaywe @LAFWindsor @CstRenaud

Friends, If you've driven by Aaron's Furniture on Tecumseh Rd. W. this weekend, you may have spotted a beautiful mural alongside its wall. Thanks to the effort and tireless work of Windsor Police, Westview Freedom Academy, Our West End and United Way / Life After Fifty, what was once a blank canvass is now a head turner and another positive beautification project in our west-end community. A further thanks goes out to Seguin's Hardward, Gray's Home Hardware, Canadian Tire and Merlo's Paint for providing paint and other supplies. A true community effort! The project will be complete in a few weeks, but here are some pictures from the event along with local media coverage. canada/windsor/new-student- mural-on-windsor-s-west-end- tags-out-graffiti-1.3092973

Food Security Strategy - Stakeholder Engagement

Friends, Please see an email I received from Tammy Murray, Our West End Outreach Coordinator, and United Way who's conducting the survey. Hi Fabio Can you please add this to the next blog post United Way is encouraging anyone to take the Food Security survey to gather data for future programs.   They want to know where anyone gets their food from and their perceptions about how accessible food is financially, and proximity wise. Here is the electronic survey monkey link which contains the food security survey. s/SNP63KL

Assumption High School Parent Council Craft and Gift Show - @AssumptionH

Friends, See what Assumption high school parent council is up to below: Assumption Parent Council is hosting a craft and gift show on Sunday, June 14.   They are currently looking for vendors and would like to offer the opportunity to our own community first. If you have a home based business and would be interested in participating, please contact Heather McAuley at  519-919-9422  or by email at assumption-parents@ .  Vendor spaces are available on a first come first served basis and members of our community will be given priority until May 20th.

Black Oak Park Clean Up - @Lyndzf

Friends, if you have some time this upcoming Sunday to help clean up a park, check out the info below and get in touch with ERCA. When: May 24, 2015 from 10am - 2pm Where: Black Oak Park Volunteers are advised to wear long-sleeved shirts/pants, and boots are recommended. Meet at the corner of Cherry Blossom and Ironwood. Parking is available along those roads. A light lunch and refreshments will be available for volunteers. To learn more, contact Caroline, Outreach Coordinator Organizer, ERCA, at 519-791-6952 or

Bridgeview Community Group 1st Annual Lock Up