McKinley Park Supporters invite the community to join them to make decorations for the McKinley Park annual wildlife tree. The group will use natural items such as peanut butter and birdseed rolled onto pine cones along with other treats for woodland creatures to decorate a tree for resident squirrels and other critters to enjoy during [...]
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In our November issue, our cover story is on the recent Cardboard Challenge held at Beauchamp Branch Library where youth got to use their imaginations to turn the library into a cardboard arcade.
Another feature article looks at the South Side’s unique Harlow Park founded by Carmen Harlow as an athletic space to honor athletes and youth.
Also featured is coverage of the recently re-opened Meachem Ice Rink, news on how Corcoran has been removed from the priority schools list thanks to its rise in graduation rates and a newly opened salon specializing in African-American hair extensions.
100 Black Men of Syracuse invites the parents, guardians and family members of fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth graders, as well as local educators, to come to an informational town hall meetings for an introduction to an educational program the group is launching in January.
The 100 Black Men Saturday Academy will be a free, weekly academic and cultural enrichment program.
Thanksgiving Week assistance needed for 3,670 meals
Meals on Wheels of Syracuse needs more volunteers during the holidays and winter season. Thanksgiving week staffing is falling short compared to previous years and many regular volunteers are headed south for the winter.
“We’re normally fully staffed with volunteers for Thanksgiving week by now,” said Mason Kaufman, executive director of Meals on Wheels of Syracuse,” but we still have openings. We’re going to need help preparing and delivering 3,670 meals over just four days Thanksgiving week!”