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May 2024 Newsletter

"If I cannot do great things, I can do small things in a great way." - Martin Luther King, JR. 

Group of people posing for a photo smiling.
Rollins Spring Photo Class 2024, Senior Outing to Gordon Parks Exhibit

Food items on a shelf.
The Plymouth Food Pantry Restock Donations Provided by WPPD.

Styrofoam boxed lunchs on a table ready for distribution.
The Meadows at Margaret Square Free Lunch Event Provided by St. John Lutheran Church. 

Top News of the Month 

Resident Services

For the month of May, we continued with our recurring property events. In addition to those services, we held various community events for Plymouth, The Medows, & Tranquil Terrace. Community Partners hosted Bingo, Lunch & Learns, A1 Checks, and Free Lunch Events. 

The Numbers

8 Activities 142 Participants Reached. 

Community Partner Highlight

This month, no community engagement meetings were held, as preplanning was done for Summer Activities, Sponsorships, and preparation for The Meadows Back to School Event. Our community partner highlight goes to Winter Park Police Department for their generous donation of Food Pantry items to our residents at the Plymouth. 

The Numbers

0 Meetings, 1 Event Scheduled, 3 Properties Served. 

Special Thanks To

Our WPHA youth residents were able to receive sponsorship opportunities for:

  • Crealde Summer Art Camp
  • Albin Polasek: Gordon Park Exhibit Session

We are excited to see our youth take advantage of these amazing opportunities. Thank you to the team at Cralde & Albin Polasek Museum.

The Numbers

2 Opportunities, 23 Individuals Impacted.

Email Tarena Grant - WPHA Ross Coordinator ' 407.641.6872 '

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