Heritage & Harmony Festival Kicks off Monday, July 2

Heritage & Harmony Festival Kicks off Monday, July 2

Music, a marketplace and more are all a part of the inaugural Heritage & Harmony Festival, which kicks off Monday, July 2. The aim of the event is simple: To bring Flint residents together through music and fellowship in the heart of the historic Civic Park Neighborhood, which was among America’s first planned neighborhoods. The neighborhood […]

Many meet with one goal: To improve Flint’s neighborhoods

Many meet with one goal: To improve Flint’s neighborhoods

A vigilant community is a more vibrant one. Neighborhoods with watchful, active residents who look out for one another have been shown not only to be less impacted by crime, but to make themselves more attractive for investment and development.  Flint’s dedicated community and residential associations help keep the city-at-large more enjoyable to its citizens, […]

Residents encouraged to elevate neighborhood involvement and advocacy at May workshops

Residents encouraged to elevate neighborhood involvement and advocacy at May workshops

Talk of change is becoming increasingly common among Flint residents. From front-lawn chats to community meetings, neighbors are inspired by the progress they see in the city and they’re often more motivated to contribute their time and energy toward greater success. An ongoing series promoting organizing and leadership skills is one of the latest opportunities […]

Neighbors take steps in the right direction at ongoing workshop

Neighbors take steps in the right direction at ongoing workshop

Many have already taken the first step. Other local residents who want to learn how they can impact their communities are welcome to attend the “Neighbors Changing Flint: The First Step Is Yours” training series, says Ashley Everhart, agency director of the Neighborhood Engagement Hub. Set for 5:30 p.m. Wednesday March 28 at Asbury United […]

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