As Meadville area students return to school this week, a question that will continually be asked is “What did you do this summer?” For Meadville teen Senna Camp, she grabbed her iPhone, traveled around town and hit “record.” Camp, 16, who is
It was dark and cool outside, one of the last remaining summer nights before flannel season here in Meadville, PA. My destination was a new public art piece just installed at the Snodgrass Building on the corner of Market and Arch streets.
The Grow Meadville Service Members get punny in this week's video and bring you The Compost Chronicles!
Week 4 of the Grow Meadville Program is almost in the books! Check out this blog post from Cailey and a cool video about beetles (Yikes!)
This week, our service members wrote letters to the Meadville Zoning and Planning Commission in support of urban agriculture in Meadville.
Second in a series featuring the writing of five Grow Meadville service members employed to manage gardens in the City of Meadville this summer.
Due to weather and scheduling conflicts, the Northwest Pa Pride march and Conneaut Lake Trump boat parade both took place on June 28th, 2020. Here are a few photos we took while we were there. Check out Richard Sayer's blog for more
Stevie Hargenrater is resilient.She gave birth without an epidural. Four major surgeries. Fibromyalgia. Army Veteran. None of that compares coronavirus.
This series that will feature the writing of five Grow Meadville service members employed to manage gardens in the City of Meadville this summer.
We Can’t Separate Racist Police Violence and Covid-19 From the Problem of Economic Inequality – Joe Tompkinsmeadvillecalendar2020-06-24T09:27:32-04:00
This is an edited transcript of a sermon given by Joe Tompkins at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Meadville on June 14, 2020. You can watch the original service here. Thanks to Karen (Schreiber-Mason) for inviting me to do this once again,