Embellecimiento Y Orgullo En Sullivan County

Embellecimiento Y Orgullo En Sullivan County

¡Hablamos Español!

Sullivan Renaissance fue creado en 2001 como un programa de embellecimiento que reconoció el poder de las flores, no sólo para embellecer, pero por el orgullo de la comunidad y voluntariado. El programa sigue poniendo un fuerte énfasis en el diseño, la sostenibilidad y el mantenimiento a largo plazo. Y seguimos buscando maneras de mejorar nuestros programas.

Hemos realizado que en nuestro condado hay muchos Hispanos que buscan oportunidades de integrarse con sus vecinos en actividades de la comunidad, pero no hablan Inglés.

Ahora hay un programa destinado a ayudar estos individuos en nuestra comunidad, y presentar oportunidades voluntarias en proyectos de Sullivan Renaissance. Vamos a eliminar el estorbo de idioma con nuestro ayudantes bilingües en Inglés y Español.

Las nuevas mejoras del programa incluyen:

ALCANCE DE LA COMUNIDAD EN ESPAÑOL

VOLUNTARIOS BILINGÜES

CLASES Y SEMINARIOS BILINGÜES Y EN ESPAÑOL

ASISTENCIA DE SUBVENCIÓN BILINGÜE

Enterece de los programas de Sullivan Renaissance y de oportunidades para voluntarios. Tenemos información sobre proyectos de jardineria en su vecindario. Por favor, únase a nosotros y conozca sus vecinos.

A continuación se muestra nuestro folleto del programa. Por favor, póngase en contacto con Ari Mir-Pontier, Consultante a la Comunidad Hispana, con sus preguntas.
Telefono: 845-295-2434 o 845-295-2445 Email: apontier@sullivanrenaissance.org


“La misión de Sullivan Renaissance es de mejorar la apariencia del Condado de Sullivan mientras se desarrolla el orgullo y el espírito de la comunidad.”

Sullivan County will Bloom!

Sullivan County will Bloom!

Volunteers have shovels and are ready to dig in!

Sullivan Renaissance announced over $100,000 in grants and additional resources to support 45 beautification projects during the Spring Forum on Thursday. The event marked the beginning of Sullivan Renaissance’s annual beautification contest.

Community organizations received grants, resources and opportunities for technical assistance. Several projects will also receive support from gardening interns.

Thursday’s program featured garden guru, Lloyd Traven of Peace Tree Farm, who spoke about new plants, new uses for plants and new ways to showcase gardens. The forum also included exhibits by several of Sullivan County organizations offering resources for community projects. Volunteers networked with support agencies and neighbors to exchange ideas that will help to spruce up Sullivan County this season.

FOURTY-FIVE GRANTS ANNOUNCED

Beautification grants were presented in several categories including:

• Garden Grants – 11 single element projects received $1000 grants and $100 in flower dollars;

• Community Grants – 9 multiple element projects received $2500 grants and $250 in flower dollars;

• Maintenance Grants – 24 support grants meeting specific needs in each community received up to $1500 in grants, $250 in flower dollars, $250 in bulb dollars and additional assistance.

Beautification and maintenance efforts must be completed by August 1 and will be judged between August 4th and 6th for a second round of Phase II grants ranging from $1000 and $12,000. Winners will be announced at the Sullivan Renaissance Awards Ceremony on Monday, August 8 at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts in Bethel.

Sullivan Renaissance is a beautification and community development program principally funded by the Gerry Foundation. Since 2001 Sullivan Renaissance has funded close to 1,000 projects throughout Sullivan County. This year’s program is made possible with support from WSUL/WVOS, Bold Gold Media Group/Thunder 102, the Center for Workforce Development, FisherMears Associates, Kristt Company, Robert Green Dealerships, the Sullivan County Democrat and The River Reporter.

For more information about programs or for ways to get involved, call Sullivan Renaissance at 845-295-2445 or visit the website.

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