Get on the AMRCP email list for notices of upcoming events by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or calling Linda LaNoue, the Project Coordinator at 517-960-2029.
Year two – 2018 for the Albion-Marshall Resilient Communities Project is getting ready to launch in March! Please check back in the next couple weeks for information about upcoming events!
Thank you to over 100 participants of the Own It – Albion – Financial Empowerment Fair! We appreciate the support of the community in promoting and attending the event – we could not have done it without you.
Special thanks to the following sponsors: Homestead Savings Bank of Albion, Starr Commonwealth, Albion Branch NAACP, Build Albion AmeriCorps VISTA Initiative, and Albion College. Your generosity made a difference in the Albion community.
Homestead President Scott Evans shares info during a workshop
12 Partnering Organizations made the Fair
Lunch was provided from Bon Appetit Catering
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Check out our Events Page to see the past year’s events and accomplishments!
We extend great appreciation to the following partners for helping make the activities of 2017 possible:
Albion Community Foundation
Albion District Library
Battle Creek Community Foundation
Graphics 3, Inc.
Loraine & Melinese Reuter Foundation
Marshall Community Foundation
Marshall District Library
Marshall Middle School
Team 1 Plastics
Featured below is a photo captured during one of two field trips taken last year.
AMRCP at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit Taken Saturday, May 13, 2017
The following information was provided by AMRCP Steering Committee member and parent of children in Marshall Public Schools, Keena Williams:
Safe spaces are spaces where we are surrounded by individuals we are comfortable with. They allow us to be our most authentic and vulnerable selves while showing empathy to those around us. Brave spaces ask us to be vulnerable, authentic, and empathetic with individuals we may not know well, or at all. Building on the successes of our children, who have shown tremendous courage and growth, the AMRCP is excited to invite adults in our communities to enter into dialogue with one another and aid one another in the process of our own healing.
We are collecting recipes for a Community Cookbook that will be given out later in the year. The cookbook will be a symbol of our communities coming together, sharing our cultures and family traditions.
Please share your favorite recipe with us at email@example.com, message our Facebook page at facebook.com/amrcp,
or give it us in person at one of our events. Please also include the city where you live.