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First day in Wheaton

Posted by meganmoriarty on April 29, 2009

The Neighborhood Service Center opened for business today at 12247 Georgia Avenue (housed at Catholic Charities).

Maria Chevez, one of the Community Connectors working there, just called me to say she talked to her first resident this afternoon! She was glad to have Magdalena from Catholic Charities at her side for support, but said, “no es facil el trabajo” (it’s not an easy job).

No, it’s not an easy job — lots of information to learn, computer systems to master and then, the hardest part according to Maria — those times when as a Connector you can’t really offer any immediate solutions. So, thanks, Maria, Rosa, Ann and Lily for your hard work so far and thanks to everyone that helped get this Center up and running!

Connectors: Ann, Lily & Rosa

Connectors: Ann, Lily & Rosa

2 Responses to “First day in Wheaton”

  1. Rosa said

    Please come and do Door Knocking with us!! You will have an amazing experience and sharing information to our neighbors.
    Come with me and I will Interpreter for you!
    I really enjoyed this “Neighbors Campaign” because Am able to share information and connect them to the right resource. My daughter Cynthia (10 years) came with me last Saturday to help me and to take notes.
    Nos vemos pronto.

  2. […] a weekend of door knocking, on Monday night we hosted a Neighbors Exchange at the Wheaton Neighborhood Service Center. Over 30 neighbors from the Glenmont Forest and Oakfield Apartments came to meet each other and get […]

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