Our dedicated Block Leaders have identified a Neighborhood Pride campaign as one of their highest priorities for 2018. Their goal is to create a visual celebration of neighborhood distinctiveness that reinforces the Glass Farm neighborhood’s identity, cohesiveness, and pride of place.
Block leaders in the Glass Farm neighborhood recently coordinated a yard sale to raise funds to jumpstart the initiative. It was a huge success in pairing neighborhood investment with support from the CFGC and Lillian Colby Foundations. Block Leaders coordinator Janette Richie is excited to discuss ideas with her fellow neighbors. “I take pride in my neighborhood just like for us to become one big family.”
Thanks to foundation investment, it looks like we now have the funds to move forward.
Using national models, our Neighborhood Pride campaign plan is to produce banners, house flags, yard signs, and videos using our well-known resident – artist centered protocol.
We’re excited to continue partnering with Habitat’s Neighborhood Revitalization team to implement the residential component of the pride campaign including the yard signage and house banners. Studio Everything will be another crucial partner in designing and building pride signage to help mark and welcome passers-by to the neighborhood.
If you’re a neighbor with more ideas, please get in touch with Nicole Lewis via email or phone (firstname.lastname@example.org 423-618-9865) to be added to the campaign contact list and stay informed about future planning sessions.