What: French Quarter Cleanup Day
When: Saturday, November 19th at 10:00AM
Where: Check-in is at the St. Peter Entrance of Jackson Square
*Volunteers check-in at 10:00AM and work until 12:00PM
* Each volunteer will receive a t-shirt to wear while working
* All removal supplies will be provided
* Volunteers are asked to bring protective eyewear and rubber/latex gloves
* Volunteers will remove stickers and small tags from public property in assigned areas
Bonus: Volunteers will be treated to lunch at BOURBON VIEUX – 501 Bourbon Street – following the cleanup
Email or call to sign up! email@example.com or 504.309.1423. For more info check out the Vieux Carre Graffiti Abatement Flyer.
THE FIRST ANNUAL WESTBANK BOYS & GIRLS CLUB BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT
Get involved! Draft a Team and Support a Great Cause.
WHO: Anyone 18 or older
WHAT: This year we’ll be starting the Basketball Season with a full-court, 5-on-5, double elimination
Basketball Tournament to benefit the Westbank Boys & Girls Club. This will be a family-friendly event with concessions plus games and activities for the kids. Bring your whole family!
WHERE: The Westbank Boys & Girls Club Gym, 900 10th St. in Gretna.
WHEN: Saturday and Sunday, November 19-20.
• For more information read the B&G Basketball Tournament Flyer
• Teams must register by Thursday, November 10th at 6pm Registration Form
QUESTIONS: Contact Michael Grodsky at 504-368-3434
Topic: “Blight Eradication as a Redevelopment Tool”
Presenter: Jeff Hebert, Director, Blight Policy and Neighborhood Revitalization, City of New Orleans
When: October 28th, 11:30am to 1:30pm
Where: 10 Veterans Blvd, NOLA (Regional Transportation Management Center)
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Click Here for Flyer
Happy Hour is moving uptown for the month of October. On October 7th and 21st you can join us at Balcony Bar & Cafe on the corner of Magazine and Harmony.
Come join Crescent City Shapers (CCS) and your fellow colleagues at Bayou Beer Garden for Happy Hour. Also, learn about some of the exciting events planned for this year. CCS will be selecting a few bars around the city to put on rotation throughout the year. So be sure to stop by and represent your hood!
What: CCS Happy Hour Flier When: Friday September 23rd 6PM until… Where: Bayou Beer Garden326 N Jefferson Davis Pkwy
We hope to see you there!
- August 26, 2011
This past Friday nineteen people made New Orleans a little more beautiful by planting crepe myrtles and various grasses, spreading pine straw, and quenching the thirst of parched vegetation.
Thank you to all who participated!
Now that the hard work is done, next to come…
Sign Dedication & Bocce!
All MURP students are encouraged to think about being in a leadership position with Crescent City Shapers. This student organization is very flexible, but can be a way: to network with other students and professionals around the region, to contribute to the local community through outreach, and to enrich your learning experience while at UNO. If you have great ideas or are interested in having more responsibility, please don’t hesitate to email Bridget Tydor at email@example.com.
Below is more information about these leadership roles.
The 5 positions that we suggest:
5. Community Service Events
The President decides the agenda for the year, sets the dates/times for meetings and attends a majority of events and acts as the (Chapter APA liaison) (should be entering 2nd year)
The Secretary would be responsible for Online communication as well as taking notes during the meetings. (1st year)
Treasurer handles the money (1st year)
Education/Outreach Officer is responsible for social events and lunch & learns (these include Metro APA), it is also their responsibility to inform the secretary of outside events in the city so they can be announced Online and In Person (preferably 2nd year)
Community Service Officer should be more a focus this year, since it is required at Tulane and is a non-alcoholic way to socialize with classmates! (1st/2nd)
We need leadership to move forward! Cheers,
CCS Executive Committee