something we love : HERO →
HERO is our role-model. These people, led by Pam Dorr, swashbuckler through the tyranny that has maintained a grip on the housing industry. In po-dunk Hale County, Alabama, this organization is the realization that the only thing we must overcome is our hesitance to act. Rebellious and revolutionary, HERO fights the good fight. In March 2009, a delegation from the Green River Community...
Since we’ve only gotten 18 pamphlets back (which is AWESOME, but not yet amazing) we assume they were just far too complicated. Our bad. Therefore, we have provided this instructional video for your convience. Please notice the giant wad of cash inserted by the lovely Jack Forinash. This short film was shot outside our new EPIcenter office on Main Street, Green River about five minutes ago....
Jack takes a spin on the last remaining water wheel on the Green River after removing the stops that have been in place for over 50 years. Silly comments and filming by Maria.
see?! we weren't lying!!! →
Click “public” and then click on by far the coolest project on the site… I think you’ll know which one.
Reflections on PSO
During the week of August 17th-20th, the seven new Americorps VISTAs (Volunteers in Service to America) serving at the Green River Community Center / Boys & Girls Club attend a Pre-Service Orientation (PSO) in Bellevue, Washington. PSO is an extensive training provided at the beginning of the service year to prepare new members for their AmeriCorps service and their host site. It covers a...
We could really use a mini-fridge. Thanks.
something we love : bike&build →
“Bike & Build is pedaling to end poverty housing. Through fund-raising cycling trips, Bike & Build raises money for and awareness of affordable housing efforts. Our events act as a catalyst to build homes, foster the spirit of service, and empower young adults… mile by mile, house by house.” Recently, we were fortunate enough to host the Providence, RI > San Francisco...