Monthly Archives: June 2012

“I Wish This Was…” Sticker Project: Street Art meets Urban Planning

“I Wish This Was was inspired by vacant storefronts. There are many where Candy lives in New Orleans. There are also many people who need and want things, including a full-service grocery store in her neighborhood. What if we could easily … Continue reading

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“TIPIS at SUNSET” by The Homeless Cowboy

A thousand tipis covered the valley floor braves old and young ready for the hunt A winter’s meat must be found.   The Deer, Buffalo and Turkey Along with Hog, Rabbit, and Bear Must be hunted, killed and processed, The … Continue reading

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“Addiction to Self-Actualization” by P.C.A.W.

The majority of people think of addiction to anything as being bad. I plan to show you differently. I have two major addictions. Neither one is detrimental to your health, but they could be. In fact, every element of this … Continue reading

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Recognizing our Grit Uplifted volunteer co-facilitator for 1 year of service: LIHC Volunteer Appreciation 2012

Congratulations to Grit Uplifted Creative Writing Group volunteer co-facilitator Pam Clark for one year of volunteer service with the London InterCommunity Health Centre (LIHC). She was recognized for her hard work and dedication at the LIHC’s Volunteer Appreciation event at … Continue reading

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Feedback from participants: Benefits of their involvement with the Grit Uplifted Creative Writing Group

On our recent Grit Uplifted program evaluations, we asked participants from the Saturday group at the Central Library, “Do you feel that you have benefited from your involvement with the Grit Uplifted program?” Here are some of their responses: - ”Yes, … Continue reading

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