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At 4:43am 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 9:05am on August 19, 2010, Geoffrey Pan said…
Hi Lee! Thanks for the welcome! I look forward to interacting with everyone!
At 7:36am on August 13, 2010, Jim Emswiler said…
Lee, thanks for being my friend. I can use all the ones I can get!
At 2:47am 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 3:26am 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 9:24am on June 14, 2010, Hiroko Ide said…
Thank you Lee! I will post updates on the event :)
Hiroko
At 10:20am 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
At 3:48am on April 21, 2010, Brenda Cavanaugh said…
Thanks, Lee. This is a great site and I have already added three events. Very easy to use!

Brenda
At 10:12am on March 27, 2010, Jaime Myers-McPhail said…
Thanks for your support of the New haven Public Allies! And for everything you do for this community
At 4:50am on March 16, 2010, Maureen Y. Peters said…
Lee, thanks for the warm welcome to ning. In a couple of months I'm going to be launching a new website for the Parent Child Resource Center and including a blog and I will be sure to post links. In the meantime, I will also be sure to post information on upcoming events as well as some info in National Children's Mental Health Awareness Day, which is May 6, 2010.
At 10:37am on February 18, 2010, Tom Davis said…
Thanks for having me. This is a great resource and it's good to know what's going on out there!

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