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Author Archives: Maria Brummel
ANC Job Posting – Please help us spread the word to your networks about this job opening at Allen Neighborhood Center!
Health and Housing Outreach Director Allen Neighborhood Center (ANC) is seeking an experienced organizer and/or program manager to oversee its integrated set of health and housing initiatives. This key member of the ANC Leadership Team will perform the following: Organize and … Continue reading
ANC staff got to have lunch one last time with Katie Diehl of the Lansing Police Department today! Many thanks for her work as the Community Police Officer in our neighborhood, and congratulations and best wishes for her new role … Continue reading
The BWL Citizen’s Review Team welcomes citizen input at three upcoming community forums. As a member of the review team, I look forward to these opportunities for community input and suggestions. My decision to apply to be a part of the … Continue reading
Check out this great write-up about the project happening at the old Paro building! http://www.communityprogress.net/blog/i-community-reimagines-blighted-building-lansing
Don’t forget the Allen Street Farmers Market won’t stop! We’ll move the market inside starting next week, bringing you fresh local produce all winter!
This quarter’s Active Neighboring Café will feature local resources geared toward home repair efforts in our neighborhood featuring: 1) Habitat for Humanity Lansing featuring their “Home Preservation” program 2) the Tuesday Toolmen of the Greater Lansing Housing Coalition 3) the … Continue reading