Southeast Neighborhood Survey

The Southeast Community Plaza is a health and local economic development initiative and currently consists of a health center and grocery store. Proceeds from the plaza will fund some of the future hope, dreams, and development of the Southeast Community. This is a survey for the next development in the Southeast Community Plaza. A 1,600 sq. ft. space in the plaza. We want to make sure the next thing that is placed here will be something that is addressing the general health needs but also something wanted, needed, and that stimulates the economic growth of the southeast community and it’s overall development .

We want to hear your feedback so we can make sure that the development stays in line with what the greater community needs and wants are. These five questions will help the Southeast Community Plaza Advisory Board in determining what the development will be.

 

Take the SE Neighborhood Survey 

You could also let one of the following people know on our advisory team:

Christ Smith – Ward 4 Councilwoman

Danselle Williams – Southeast Neighborhood Association

Pastor Eric Howard- Mt. Olive Baptist Church

Serena Hendershot- Canton City Health Department

Wedley Charles – Early Childhood Resource Center

As always, you can contact me at our office (330)455-0153 or email. – Don Ackerman, Executive Director of Canton for All People at don@cantonforallpeople.org.

-Gino Haynes, Community Organizer for Canton for All People

gino@cantonforallpeople.org.

 

 

May 12th Neighborhood Service Day

Join us for a day of service in the Greater Shorb Neighborhood.  Hard work begins with a neighborhood cleanup and various service projects throughout the area from 1pm-4pm.  Flowers and pots will be provided from 4-5pm to be delivered in the community and we will end with a neighborhood BBQ from 5pm-6pm.  Food and flowers are free!  To join us or sign your group up for a project, contact our community organizer Gino Haynes at gino@cantonforallpeople.org.

Crossroads’ Fresh Market fuels families with healthy food options

Pastor Mike Farmer and Carrie Maletich at Crossroads United Methodist Church in Canton is on a mission to provide food for families. But this passion is bigger than just providing food; they are on a mission to provide justice.  They were recently highlighted by the Akron Canton Food Bank for their tremendous work.  Check it out!

Do You Live In the West Park / Shorb / Summit Neighborhood?

We need your help and feedback about our community. If you live south of 12th street in the 44703 or 44702 zip code (or neighboring area) we want to hear from you about the safety, state of housing, people’s access to healthcare and healthy foods, and education in your neighborhood. Please click the link below and give us 10 minutes of your time to help us work together to create a healthier community.

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