Pics/text by Ron O’Clair
This image is of Jerry (Dino) Mariano, a cousin of Ray Mariano, who happens to be a member of the Genesis club, at Boston Donuts on Park Ave getting some grub on. He usually wears a funky leather hat, so this is a rare view of him hat less.
This is the house recently built by the Main South Community Development Corporation on Hollis and Kilby streets; it is a duplex …
… the other side. Beautiful!
A self portrait trying to document the injury to my eye socket. (editor’s note: Ron was taking videos in his Main South neighborhood and one of his neighbors didn’t take kindly to the videographing! So he slugged Ronny in the face! Now Ronny’s got a semi-detached retina!)
Previously a clean area, someone decided to drop their trash on the curb. I dislike litter.
broken car door mirror …
Teens! Join the City Manager’s Youth Council!
The Youth Opportunities Office is recruiting applicants for its 2016-2017 City Manager’s Youth Council.
Applications and student nominations are due on October 14.
If you are interested in nominating a student, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The City of Worcester Youth Council was created in January of 2012 to establish a representative body of young people living in the City of Worcester entering the 9th and 10th grade during the 2016-2017 academic year.
The Youth Council gives young people a direct connection to local government and Youth Councilors take part in civic engagement, leadership development, and planning and decision making opportunities.
The Youth Council will also execute in the following assignments:
• Encouraging youth civic participation
• Enhancing young people’s roles in their community
• Construction of positive youth centered narratives
• Making recommendations, presentations and advocating on issues that affect youth their age
• Involving youth in community awareness and community service projects
• Forming and strengthening working relationships with community
• Eligible youth representation on Boards, Commissions, Committees and Councils
• Public speaking and leadership opportunities
Please spread the word and email us at email@example.com if you are interested in nominating a teen!
If you know a young person who is interested in applying, please have them fill out the application!
ARTS AND FAMILY FUN AT THE WORCESTER PUBLIC LIBRARY!
At the Worcester Public Library!
Flamenco for Kids!
The Worcester Public Library will offer a free program for kids to learn Flamenco dancing from Edmy Ortiz, a fine artist, architectural designer, and Flamenco dancer.
The program is recommended for kids ages 4 and up.
The program is in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. The first session was held on Friday, September 30 …The second session, Flamenco for Kids: Part II will be on Friday, October 14 at 4 p.m. This session will also be held in the Banx Room.
This will be your chance to practice and show off your Flamenco dancing skills. Flamenco offers many benefits to kids while they enjoy making noise with their feet!
You may dress-up for these events if you wish! Parents don’t forget to bring your cameras!
Sign-up is requested…you may register at the Children’s Room desk or by calling 508-799-1671.
This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Worcester Public Library.
For more information on the Worcester Public Library and a complete list of events and programs visit mywpl.org.