Friday, December 02, 2005
Souper Sunday December 11th March to Reclaim Bike Path Signs!
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
This idea just in from No Place for Hate Harwich committee Cathy Comeau, and her Harwich High School daughter, Jesse Comeau. Our committee is open to all who share our commitment to non-violent social change. Call (508) 432-9256 or (508) 432-4988 for more information.
On Sunday, November 27 a Nazi Swastika was sprayed on the bike crossing sign on Route 39 in Harwich Center. On this coming Sunday December, 11th, at 1:00 PM we will gather at the Harwich Community Center and walk / march silently to the site of the bike crossingÂs road sign defacement, exactly two weeks to the day it was noticed and reported by Harwich Town Planner, Sue Leven.
We invite towns people, clergy, town officials, and or whomever wishes to join us.
Our program will include the reading aloud of the UN Declaration of Human Rights affirming, that Harwich is No Place for Hate! Followed by a moment of silence to reflect on this season of peace.
We would like to celebrate our town's diversity.
Return to the Harwich Community Center for hot soup from borscht to zucchini.
We also are asking folks to bring cans of soup for the Harwich Food Pantry so that this activity will be positive response to the negative display of hate. If this is something folks want to do please support this by telling others in your neighborhood. The No Place for Hate Harwich committee is open to all who share a commitment to non-violent social change. Please join us!
Here is a bit of information on our Harwich Community Center.
Harwich Community Center Director, Carolyn B. Carey
Hours of Operation:
Monday through Friday - 8:30am to 10:00pm
Saturday - 9:00am to 5:00pm
One weekend a month the Community Center is open extended hours.
For more information please call the Main Desk at 508-430-7568
WELCOME BACK SENNA FERNANDEZ ! :)
The mission of the Harwich Community Center is to provide facilities for the residents (permanent and nonresident taxpayers) of Harwich to engage in recreational, social, educational, cultural, community service, civic, and governmental activities. The Center should provide opportunities for persons of all ages to participate in a wide range of programs that educate and stimulate the public, enhance self-confidence, and promote mental and physical health.
The primary responsibility for the program and activity development lies with the Council on Aging and the Recreation and Youth Department. However, the Community Center Facilities Committee and the Community Center Manager may develop and/or promote social, cultural, community service, or governmental activities in keeping with this mission statement and the policies outlined in the Use Policy.