Saturday, August 16, 2008

Support Sister's Camelot!

I just read a post that Sister's Camelot is one of three finalists competing to receive a MySpace Impact Award. They give away free food in various locations all over Minneapolis - and it's all organic! Seriously a great organization, that I think we should all vote on to ensure they get more attention.

I have seen them several times this summer stopped at East Phillips Park or Little Earth Community.

Please vote for Sister's Camelot at:

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

East Phillips Park - Cultural and Community Center ( EPPCCC )

Coming Soon to East 24th Street at 17th Avenue South, Minneapolis, Minnesota

The Center's goals are:

  1. To design, fund, and construct a greem LEED certifiable building.
  2. To responsibly maintain and operate the EPPCCC over the long-term.
  3. To provide a welcoming, safe neighborhood gathering place embracing all cultures & encourage a shared sense of Community.
  4. To provide multicultural recreational, educational, and healthy development opportunities for residents of all ages.
  5. To provide culturally appropriate programs and activities emphasizing child and youth development, and youth leadership skills.
The EPPCCC Partnership is now recruiting partners to fulfill the goals of this project.


Brad Pass: 612-916-8478 - bpass AT usinternet DOT com
Comm. Scott Vreeland: MPRB - 612-750-8576 - svattheriver AT aol DOT com