Join us to celebrate Brick & Beam Society’s investment in CoCo Maine’s dual generation early literacy program!
Bring your friends on Wednesday, June 21st from 5:30-7:30 PM for conversation, food, and a good old-fashioned block party thanks to the generosity of our event sponsor, WEX (FMI: http://www.wexinc.com/our-story/culture-and-values/social-responsibility/.) This event is family friendly — Members: Feel free to invite a guest or ten!
Have you been meaning to get involved? Come on down and meet our membership committee to learn more about how you too can roll your sleeves up and get things done with United Way's emerging leaders' affinity group.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by June 14!
Facebook Event Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/303432990105584/
CoCo Maine’s mission is to facilitate the integration of the Congolese people in our shared community, and to assist new Americans during their transition to life here in Maine while promoting entrepreneurship, Congolese culture and value through educational, social event, and the public forum within the State of Maine, FMI: http://facebook.com/pages/Congolese-Community-of-Maine/201848326560842.
Founded in 2010, Mayo Street Arts is community arts and performance venue in the East Bayside neighborhood of Portlans. Located next to Kennedy Park, a public housing development and close to many other public housing areas, it is known for its Children's Puppet Workshop, which incorporates Portland's professional artist community and many children of immigrant families which focuses on puppetry and story-telling. Mayo Street Arts partners with a number of local organizations, including the East Bayside Neighborhood Association, Learning Works, the Maine College of Art, and now United Way of Greater Portland’s Brick & Beam Society. FMI: http://mayostreetarts.org/