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Wednesday, April 30, 2014

FROM HPD

 I Know this is short notice for a meeting at 5:30PM today but the e-mail just went out at 11:30am, but if you know a young Hartford author, try to attend for more info.

The Hartford Guardians Promote Non-Violence in Partnership with Project Longevity and Step Up, Step Out; End the Culture of Violence (SUSO)

Hartford, CT---In support of our collective mission to work with the community to eliminate violence, we have partnered to promote a youth essay writing contest. The contest asks:
“How I can eliminate violence in my community?”
All Hartford student’s grades 4-12 are eligible to participate.
Please join us on Wednesday, April 30, 2014 at 4:30 pm at the Hartford Public Library Downtown to help spread the word about the contest and to pick up an application form.
We hope to see you there!
Who: The Hartford Guardians, Project Longevity, and SUSO
What: Youth Anti-Violence Essay Contest
When: Wednesday April 30, 2014 at 4:30 pm.
Where: Hartford Public Library Downtown in the Atrium
Why: To promote public safety, community partnership, and support our youth
For more information please contact: Tiana Victoria Hercules, Esq. at 860 760 7952

6 comments:

Tiana Hercules said...

Hi Mr. Brookman:

Thanks for posting.

Due to last minute changes, the kick off has been rescheduled. Once we have a new date, I will be sure to provide it to you. I will send you the essay contest flyer for your information.

Thank you!

Tiana

Tiana Hercules said...

Hi Mr. Brookman:

Thanks for posting. Due to last minute changes, the event for today has been cancelled. Once we have a new date, I will be sure to send it to you.

I will send you the essay contest flyer for your information.

Thanks again!

Tiana

City hall crack in the wall said...

Kevin. I heard that you and several others will not be allowed to ask the " hard " questions at the council meeting. It will be a controlled environment. Hot off the press. Fyi

KEVIN BROOKMAN said...

City Hall Crack in the Wall,

Luckily I have a much more public way of getting my questions out to the public, not able to be censored by the Mayor or the Council. I would like to see them try to keep me from speaking out, not that it does any good at those meetings

Anonymous said...

The Mayor has had his "Adminisyration" traipsing in and out all week for crash message sessions, walked across the hall to put up the front with Council too. These meetings, the Department.presentation meetings, the COW meetings are laughable, David Cooperfield should facilitate them, there nothing more than an illusion and slight of mouth. Batman and Robin you have the Joker front and centet; POW, BAM, SLAM, stop making a laughing stock and mockery of this city and it's fine residents.

Give em hell tonight Dr. Deutsch!!!!

Ken Krayeske said...

I'll be impressed with violence prevention efforts from HPD when they begin by calling out militarization and its insidious impacts on our community. As MLK Said: my government is the largest purveyor of violence on the planet. When cops begin standing beside me when I protest illegal invasions of sovereign nations, I'll think they are serious about ending the culture of violence. Until then, its all schlock.