Want to see food trucks in downtown CH? Want to eat good food while contributing to the IFC's Community House? Come enjoy 5 food trucks in the parking lot at 300 E Rosemary St on Sunday April 28th 4-8pm.
Sunday, April 28, 2013 -
4:00pm to 8:00pm
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 300 E. Rosemary St, Chapel Hill
Monday night (June 11th), the Inter-Faith Council will present it's Good Neighbor Plan and consider a lease between the State of North Carolina and the Town of Chapel Hill for the land and a sublease between the Town of Chapel Hill and IFC to build the new men's shelter on the property.
More information on this story can be found here.
Public comment is expected both for and against the plan. OP will be live tweeting.
4 miles. 90 minutes. 8000 steps.
Join us on March 25 to help end hunger in Chapel Hill, Carrboro, and around the world.
The Chapel Hill/Carrboro CROP Hunger Walk is a four-mile stroll through Carrboro, Chapel Hill, and the UNC campus, beginning and ending at the Carrboro Town Commons. Over the past quarter century, the event has become a festive community tradition and has raised over $1 million dollars to fund hunger relief programs both locally and around the world. 25% of the money raised goes to support the IFC's food programs in Chapel Hill and Carrboro. The remainder is used by Church World Service for it's international hunger prevention efforts.
Registration begins at 1:30 at the Carrboro Town Commons. There is a silent auction during registration with final bids accepted until 3:30. The silent auction will include certificates from local restaurants and a pottery class from Good Earth Pottery and Garden.
The walk begins at 2:30. Activities and entertainment will be provided prior to the walk and snacks will be available afterwards.
Sign up to walk, or sponsor congregations, organizations, or individuals as they walk at:
Can't walk on the 25th? Sign up to be a "Spirit Walker".
Get more information at:
Questions? Contact Rachael at 929-6380 ext. 29.
Help end hunger one step at a time.
Sunday, March 25, 2012 - 1:30pm
Carrboro Town Commons, 301 W. Main St., Carrboro, NC
After reading an email about Kevin Wolff's "Warning to Chapel Hill Residents", I was inspired by the response from the men of the IFC shelter to write an open letter to Mr. Wolff regarding his allegations about the danger of moving the men's shelter near Homestead Park.
Earlier this week, perennial Chapel Hill mayoral candidate Kevin Wolff disseminated a campaign flyer in the Homestead Park neighborhood telling parents that they should be very concerned about the men's transitional facility locating on Homestead Road, suggesting that when the shelter is located there "a child will be assaulted, molested, kidnapped, and/or killed in that park. It's not a matter of if this will happen... it is a matter of when." The full flyer can be read here
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