Community Economic Development Forum – October 3rd
The future of our communities will depend on actions we as citizens take to shape them. We have seen recent developments that have been citizen driven such as the Little Folk’s Daycare, a non-profit daycare operated by a volunteer board in Flower’s Cove serving the 26 communities of the Straits. Similarly the Ivy Durley Place is expanding to meet the aging needs of our citizens primarily from Castor River to Eddies Cove East. Successful Come Home Year Celebrations were held in Savage Cove, Roddickton and Conche this summer. Cook’s Harbour-Wild Bight-North Boat Harbour raised $100,000 to build a Let Them Be Kids Playground and St. Anthony Lions are working with Habitat for Humanity to enable four families to be homeowners. We have much to be proud of when we are community building.
I’d encourage anyone to attend the following Community Economic Development Forum:
Let’s Keep Building – Together!
Live Rural NL –Christopher Mitchelmore, MHA The Straits-White Bay North
Posted on September 18, 2013, in Announcements, Community Economic Development and tagged ced, Christopher Mitchelmore, come home year, community economic development, Conche, Habitat for Humanity, Roddickton, savage cove, Straits-White Bay North, The Straits White Bay North. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.