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Which of the following are of interest to you?
Meeting my Neighbors, Helping to Coordinate and Promote a Community Organizing Expo
How long have you lived or worked in your neighborhood? (Private)
More than three yrs
If you volunteer for or work at a non-profit or community group what is the name?

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At 9:12pm on September 8, 2009, City Feed and Supply said…
Wow. We love you, too! How was the lecture? Let us know about any other food related lectures you may be attending!
At 9:56pm on April 12, 2009, Rob said…
So what's up with progressive movie group? Hope your well.
April showers bring Mayflowers what do Mayflowers bring?
Pilgrims. :).
At 3:42pm on March 29, 2009, Jim Duffy said…
Good to see ya again, in all the binary glory that is allowed. Hope all is well.
At 7:48pm on March 26, 2009, Joseph Porcelli (Chief Neighbor) said…
Have I told you lately that YOU ROCK!
At 7:36am on March 23, 2009, Rob said…
I want to show a movie I have to called TRASHED, where does one
get the space for a documentary movie group? That would be a great lead for me, keep me posted on your flick to I love documentarys.

At 10:25am on March 19, 2009, City Feed and Supply said…
Hi Juliet,
Here's the info I have for the cups we use here at cityfeed. Of course the best option is to always bring your own mug! (shameless mug-project plug) Jeff
Why is Equal Exchange switching?
Many of you requested a more environmentally friendly cup.
We agreed that would be a positive change.
After researching several options, we concluded that the Ecotainer cup was the best option available today. We believe it strikes the best balance between quality and environmental impact.

While there will be a price increase from our current cups, we feel the reduced environmental impact from the manufacturing process in combination with it’s ability to be composted in an industrial composting facility makes for a compelling reason to switch, and one that your customers will appreciate.
Fast Facts about the NEW CUP:
Made from fully renewable resources (there is no petroleum used in this product)
Requires less energy to produce than standard hot cups and in turn reduces the amount of greenhouse gas emissions
Manufactured with a corn-based plastic lining (PLA – polylactic acid resin) instead of the standard petroleum-based lining
In addition, all wood fiber used in the cup comes from sustainably harvested forests.
Certified by the Biodegradable Products Institute
Fully compostable under proper conditions in an industrial composting facility (find one in your local area:
At 4:10pm on March 15, 2009, Rob said…
here juliet,
i am giving you this link as a gift.
I hope you enjoy it.

paste it into your browser.

Much love,

At 11:05pm on March 12, 2009, Stacy Carpenter said…
Hey lady!

Thanks for bringing that energy to the Expo. I'd rock out with you anytime!

Go neighbors!!!!
At 8:20am on March 12, 2009, Rob said…
Hi Juliet.
Nice to meet you at the Expo. You win the most vibrant award.
Check up on our group on the site even if you don't join.
WE ROCK!!!!!!

At 5:26pm on March 6, 2009, Betsy Cowan said…
Juliet! Can't remember if i responded to your nice message before...a bit overwhelming with all this technological communication!! but thank you for your message and your warm welcome to jp.
we're interested in exhibiting at the expo on the 11th. we don't have the capability to pay electronically. can i pay you with cash or check? aside from showing up at 6pm on wednesday, is there anything else i should know about exhibiting? thanks!!

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Summer Jobs for Boston Teens with ABCD - Accepting Applications Now!

Posted on March 24, 2009 at 9:43pm 0 Comments

Folks - I just learned that Action for Boston Community Development ( is now accepting applications from Boston residents ages 14 to 21 who are income eligible.

There's an ABCD office here in Jamaica Plain:

295 Centre Street, 617.522.4830

753 Centre Street, 617.522.4250

Please contact these offices above for more information!

Rock on - Juliet

And here's information from the ABCD website on the program:

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We need Volunteers for Spontaneous Celebrations' Tropical Fiesta!

Posted on February 26, 2009 at 2:41pm 0 Comments

Volunteers needed for the Tropical Fiesta

Decorating the building Friday, 2/27 from 6:30-???????

Event vols needed Saturday, 2/28 from 3:30-11:30 to:

Run Blenders

Food Service

Arts and Crafts room

Set up

Clean up

contact to sign up for shift with your hours of availability and preference (if u have one).

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Community Expo Planning Meeting - Sunday, Feb. 15th 3 - 4pm

Posted on February 12, 2009 at 5:00pm 0 Comments

Folks - come on down and rock out with us on the Planning Committee as we create amazing action steps to make this Spring Expo a phenomenal success.

Sunday, February 15th

3pm - 4pm

53 Forbes Street

We will address the steps taken thus far, as well as share what comes next. Depending upon your passion and available time, we will coordinate tasks. We respect each other's time and will keep this meeting brief and to the point.

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