Robert Boo, CEO of the Pride Center made a presentation at the October
19th CANA meeting about the low income units planned to be built on
the Pride Center Property. The plan is
for a total of 140 units in two phases.
THE TOWN HALL MEETING on NARROWING OF WILTON DRIVE - City of Wilton Manors
held an informative town hall meeting in September with State and county
officials to provide information on this initiative. It was attended by many
Wilton Manors and Fort Lauderdale residents.
THE THREE NEIGHBORHOOD
ASSOCIATIONS HELD A CANDIDATES FORUM – The Forum
was for the individuals running for City Offices and was well received by the
community. It provided information to
help residents make their choice for office.
WILTON MANORS WELCOME CENTER
NEEDS VOLUNTEERS - Art
Gallery 21, originally a neighborhood project of CANA, is seeking individuals
who are interested in serving as volunteer staff for the “official” Wilton
Manors Welcome Center, slated to open in early October 2016.
It will be housed
in the Woman’s Club of Wilton Manors at 600 NE 21 Court, at the NE corner of
Hagen Park. The planned hours are Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 12 Noon to 8
PM and Thursday 12 Noon to 6 PM.
Volunteer staff will consist of two (2)
individuals per shift and this ‘working pair’ will contribute one 4-hour shift no
more than once a week. The ultimate goal is to have enough volunteers that each
working pair of individuals will serve no more than one or two shifts each
Local businesses have expressed enthusiasm and support for the Welcome
Center. Volunteer applications are available online at www.artgallery21.org or you can request one by
email at firstname.lastname@example.org with “Volunteer Application”
in the subject line.
If you have any questions, please submit them by email and
we will respond as quickly as possible. - Constance Ruppender, Founder & President, Art
Gallery 21, Inc.
JOIN CANA or pay membership dues
by using PayPal via the CANA website
CANA MEETINGS: Next
meeting will be scheduled for February 2017.