Make a Difference on Your Street
Are you involved in the community? Are you the type to take action? Do you find that your neighbors always ask you for help? Most importantly, do you want to make the neighborhood a better place to live?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you are a perfect candidate to be a Street Leader! What exactly does a Street Leader do? They are a central point of contact on the street. If there is an issue on the street, you take action! Plus, you should occasionally attend community meetings. Eleanor Patterson, the chairperson for the East 156th Street Neighborhood Association is looking for fellow Street Leaders to help take the charge to make the neighborhood safe and beautiful. To get involved, contact Julia DiBaggio at 216-481-7660 or firstname.lastname@example.org.