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At 11:26am on September 29, 2011, Nancy Roldan Johnson said…

Thank you, Lee.  You are such a wonderful support to us!

 

At 10:30pm on September 26, 2011, Tyler Driscoll said…

Thanks, Lee!  I'm looking forward to making New Haven a part of my extended community!

 

At 5:47pm on June 30, 2011, Emma Richards said…
Thanks, Lee! I'm so glad you told me about this resource. I'm very excited to get my page up and running, and learn more about everything happening around New Haven!
At 1:32pm on June 16, 2011, Michelle Cheng said…
Thanks so much for your help, Lee! I appreciate the invitation and look forward to using this great tool.
At 4:54pm on April 20, 2011, Labor History Association said…
Thanks so much for your support, Lee!
At 10:23am on April 15, 2011, Laura E. Falanga said…
Thank you Lee! Have a nice day :)
At 2:50pm on April 4, 2011, Communications Desk, ACGNH said…

Thanks so much, Lee!  Glad to be here.  I'll certainly post our future events here. 

Best,

Christine

At 11:33am on March 2, 2011, Aleta E. Staton said…
Thanks Lee, I have posted two events, Jazztini and our Showcase.  I really like the way the site creates a slideshow of images from each group.  That is so very cool.
At 1:08pm on January 7, 2011, Esther Armmand said…
Thanks, Lee, wishing you all the best during the New Year. I must learn more about how and what to post on this site.  Esther
At 10:16am on December 7, 2010, Matt Ashby said…
Thanks so much Lee! We've actually met indirectly. I'm a Public Ally and you gave us a wonderful tour of Fair Haven in September. I just posted a Community Conversation Event the New Haven Public Allies will be hosting next Monday, Dec. 13th, to generate ideas for a peace event as part of our team service project. We hope you will be able to attend. You stood out as a model to us, an exemplar of community organizing and community love!
At 11:52am on December 2, 2010, Sherry Boyd said…
Thanks Lee. I had already added the event and so I went back and uploaded the PDF that Chris created. I am here for Iris and Clothes without Borders, yes. Although I plan to learn more about the site and speak with you about other ways I might be able to make us of it in my Moms4MedMod mission.
At 11:43am on December 2, 2010, Sherry Boyd said…
Thanks Lee! So happy to be a part of this and thanks again for the introduction to Chris and Iris. :)
At 11:56am on November 4, 2010, Brainard Carey said…
cool, i just joined, this, thanks for passing it on, carol made an event already and I posted it in my status on here, as always, I appreciate your support and enthusiasm, -b
At 11:43am on November 4, 2010, Brainard Carey said…
thanks Lee, I joined because I have an upcoming talk at the library, and I will post articles as you suggest or items of interest to the arts community, thanks again, best, brainard
At 4:05pm on August 19, 2010, Geoffrey Pan said…
Hi Lee! Thanks for the welcome! I look forward to interacting with everyone!
At 2:36pm on August 13, 2010, Jim Emswiler said…
Lee, thanks for being my friend. I can use all the ones I can get!
At 9:47am on August 12, 2010, Elizabeth Protzman said…
thanks so much mr. cruz! i'm happy to be on the band wagon and hoping to learn more about our community!
At 10:26am on June 18, 2010, Betsy Beacom said…
Hi Lee,
Thanks for the welcome! Things are a little quiet on Southern's campus over the summer, but I will post news items and events as they come up. I'm looking forward to being a part of this online community.
Betsy
At 4:24pm on June 14, 2010, Hiroko Ide said…
Thank you Lee! I will post updates on the event :)
Hiroko
At 5:20pm on June 10, 2010, Hans Schoenburg said…
Thanks Lee, this site looks like a great resource. I'm starting a website here in New Haven;


GiftFlow
is a social website for building local gift economies. On your profile, you post everything you need and everything you have to give away; such as an hour of volunteer time or a winter jacket. Users give to each other, rewarding the generosity of others. Its a beautifully simple system that reduces waste and meets a neighborhood's needs. GiftFlow also works to help non-profits and community organizations. They can start profiles as well, asking for the donations and volunteers they need.

I thought you might be interested in what we are doing. So far our team is made up of five students. We are working hard to get a functional version of the site up and running soon, hopefully by July. Right now you can play around with what we have online, but it doesn't quite work yet.

Any advice, especially about starting a website in New Haven, would be greatly appreciated. We are looking for help and advice with the development of the site, the legal work of applying for non-profit status and the business management involved in starting our organization. I'd be happy to answer any questions about our project and will definitely keep you updated.

-Hans

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