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Local Officials, National Experts meet for Complete Streets Workshop

Sharing Safer Roads

Complete Streets Workshop Presentation Set

County is One of NY's Most Unhealthy 

CCHN Introduces Complete Streets Initiative 

Kiwanis Club Donates Equipment to Lillian Dickson Park

UB Students Research City's Food Environment to Promote Healthier Eating

What Do You Want on Your Riverwalk?

City  Does Great Work with Repaving Project 

Bike lane supporters seek support - Complete Streets in Dunkirk

Kiwanis Club Donates Equipment to Lillian Dickson Park Project 

Riverwalk Field Trips Connect Kids with Nature and Exercise 

Gardens Sprout up at Books Memorial Hospital 

Community Conversation about Food Access in Jamestown to be Held 

Riverwalk Ceremony - North Short Extension Opens; Phase V Trail Begins 

Washington Middle School Donates to JPS Central Kitchen 

JPS Food Services Participates in "Farm to School" Program

Free Fall Family Fun at Lillian Dickson Park 

Washington Students Nurture School Garden 

Lillian Dickson Park Neighborhood Residents Receive Help From City

Washington School "Plants" Lifelong Love of Gardening

City Celebrates National Night Out 

CARTS tests bike racks for Dunkirk area routes

JPS Receives Pedometers Through CHP

Safety Is Top Concern at Lillian Dickson Park 

SUNY Fredonia Students Evaluate Dunkirk Sidewalks and Crossings

Mayor Announces Funding for Various City Parks Projects and Programs 

Residents Ask City Council to Improve Traffic Safety Near Lillian Dickson Park 

JHS Garden Club Seeks Weeding Volunteers 

Springtime Farms and Gardens in Full Bloom

Elks Donates $1,000 to Lillian Dickson Park Project 

Fulfilling Needs - CHP Donation Helps Master Gardener Program 

Embrace The Idea - Organizers Feel City Lends Itself to Walking and Biking 

JCC Gets New Bike Racks 

Washington Students Begin Planning School Garden 

Complete Streets Workshop Slated 

WCD Boys and Girls Club of Jamestown Receives Gardening Supplies

Farm 2 School Mixer Encourages Schools, Farms to Work Together 

$1 Million Discussion - Forum Held to Determine Best Use of CDBG Money 

Giving Gardens - St. Susan Center Ready to Expand Project in 2013 

Local Foods:  Fastest growing economy, great for Chautauqua County 

Early Bloomers - JRC Hosts Second Annual Garden Fair at Renaissance Center 

Park Enhancements On The Way - Lillian Dickson Park Playground Receives Lead Business Donations

Downtown to Host Community Garden Fair 

Community Garden Fair Returns to Jamestown 

WCA Workplace Gardens Help Promote Employee Wellness

Healthy Minds - Washington Middle School Students Attend Nutrition Fair

Food Oasis – JCC Opens Community Garden

Community Garden Installed at JCC

Gardening at The Lutheran Campus

Students Take Part in “Walk to School Day”

Creating Healthy Places Says “Thank You” to Giving Garden Participants

Community Gardens Filling Empty Lots

Farm to School

Fruits of Labor

TRC Senior Adult DayHab Newsletter August 2012 (~5mb, may take a moment)

Lillian Dickson Park Group Plans Block Party Event

Gateway Study On Hold

Farmers Market On Wheels 

A Few Interested People needed 

New Farmers Market To Begin in City  

Area Organizations Take Part in Adopt A Seedling Program 

Community Gardens Downtown Are Impressive 

Boys & Girls Club Members Plant Urban Gardens 

Playground Bound  

Consultant Releases Pedestrian Bicycle Plan 

A Healthy  Plan 

City Council Continues Streets Talk 

Day Care Members Create  Gardens   

Farmers Market To  Open  

East Second Street Gateway Plans Move Forward 

St Susan Center Hosts First Giving Gardens Meeting 

Join us in creating a healthier community in which to live, work and play!  To learn more contact Shelly Wells, Project Coordinator, at 716-338-0010 or wells@cchn.net.

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