The Love Sanford Bus

 

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You all know my great love for Sanford, so attending an event entitled “Love Sanford Luncheon” seemed natural! I met Sandordite Jo Rivera a little over a week before the event, which celebrated the Dream Center and the Infuse Project, two organizations seeking to inspire and empower Sanford’s youth. I’m so glad we met and that I was able to attend an event full of other people who adore our town.

 

While we munched on Chef Michael’s tasty chicken, stuffing, and veggies, Jo, City Manager Norton Bonaparte, Mayor Jeff Triplett, Paul Benjamin, and Dr. John Murphy expressed their excitement and joy about the growing positivity within the Sanford community.

 

At the end of the event, they introduced the Love Sanford Bus, a vehicle designed for outreach, helping the Love Sanford organization to reach more young people in the inner city.

It’s amazing to sit in a room full of folks who care about our community, and I can’t wait to see the difference they will make!

Click here to learn more about the Love Sanford Project.

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Author: Sumalee Eaton

Sumalee is a single gal living, working, and playing in Historic Downtown Sanford. Growing up in the heart of the commercial district fed her passion for small town life, and today, Sumalee spends as much time exploring Sanford's possibilities as she does eating, drinking, working, and sleeping. She writes about her personal Sanford adventures on her blog, Sanford-Centric.

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2 Comments

  1. I would like to thank the team from Sanford365 for their support and encouragement. It takes a team to reach and impact a city. This event was a blessing to see people from Sanford and key leaders gather to share how together we can positively impact our City.

    You too can join the cause. Sign-up to volunteer your time in the area of your passion.
    Team work makes the Dream work…

    Paul Benjamin
    Central Florida Dream Center.

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    • Thank you Paul! We are very excited about the project and everyone who volunteered their time to make the dream work!

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