Last Tuesday the Heights and other representatives from the community were given the opportunity to sit down with our Greater Memphis Partners and explain the ways that the BNCP (Building Neighborhood Capacity Program) had effected the community. The outflow of positive stories coming out of the Heights, and our… Read More →
Announcement! Over the next year residents will be able to get their pets (dogs and cats) spayed or neutered , for between $10-25 (although it usually cost $75-125). Starting next month vouchers will become available for this discounted service. How? Mid-South Spay and Neuter Services (MSNS), a local non-profit pet… Read More →
Octavio is an artist, Kingsbury student and young community leader. We enjoyed interviewing him! ***we’re working out some new technology so you may have to increase the volume when Octavio is talking!
Great things are happening at Douglass High School, and right in the thick of it is Coach Elizabeth “Liz” Marable. Coach Marable wears multiple hats at Douglass High. She coaches volleyball, basketball, and track; she teaches algebra and geometry; and she serves as Dean of the Freshman Academy. Coach Marable… Read More →
What a great meeting! Here’s what happened: Joyce Cox, Neighborhood Redevelopment Manager with the Division of Housing & Community Development joined us to speak of the work she does with the City. She was quick to encourage us, noting that MANY HANDS MAKE LOAD LIGHT. Melissa Miller-Monie of S.O.L.I.D.s joined… Read More →