News: Incorporation and Town Hall

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The Junction Commons Project has officially submitted the documents for not for profit status this week! Thank you to all of our supporters, especially those who donated through the Junction Famers Market, in making this a success.

The goal of the JCP is to establish a community hub that promotes the interests of the residents of the Junction and the surrounding neighbourhoods, provides facilities for programs that foster communication, lifelong learning and community interaction, and advances the social, cultural, environmental, and economic wellbeing of Junction residents.

It’s thanks to active and engaged community members (like you!) that we have achieved this milestone and surpassed expectations. If you are interested in learning about the project or if you want to get involved, get in touch with us at the next Town Hall. We have exciting community building activities planned for the evening and it’s a great chance to learn more about this initiative.

Here are the details:
JCP Town Hall
April 16th, 2014
Toronto West Masonic Temple at 151 Annette Street in Toronto.
7 – 9pm

Light refreshments will be served by Jayne’s Gourmet, an environmentally conscious catering firm with a passion for food that uses locally sourced ingredients.

At the Town Hall, you’ll get to learn more about the mission of the JCP and how it relates to you! We’ll be providing a detailed explanation of the feasibility study, our current action plan and hopes for the future with lots of fun activities and opportunities to get to know members of your community.

Join us and learn about the many ways you can contribute to your community by making our dream a reality.

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