Potential homebuyers took a bus tour of the Layton Boulevard West area recently, visiting eight move-in ready homes in Silver City, Burnham Park and Layton Park.
When Charles Brown, director of youth programs for Journey House, started a youth football program six years ago, he envisioned an activity that would keep youth between the ages of 6 and 14 off the streets and teach them life and character development skills. A few weeks ago, the Journey House Packers took to the practice field as the reigning division champions.
The Layton Boulevard West Neighbors 2011 Most Improved Porch Contest gives residents a chance to improve the look of their home and their neighborhood and win prizes in the process.
The Artists Working in Education (AWE) mobile art program is sending four vans stocked with projects and art supplies to neighborhood parks and playgrounds every day for one to two weeks. Children are invited to capture their creativity through painting, sculpture, fabric arts, recyclables, wearable art and more.
We Energies’ multifamily incentive program aims to conserve both money and energy by installing energy-efficient products and providing other services at no cost to owners of multifamily buildings.