Food Link, the community organization that rescues fresh food and alleviates hunger for so many area residents, broke ground earlier this week at its new location on Summer Street with more than 100 people attending. Food Link’s motto is “rescue food, nourish our community.”
ACMi’s Jeff Barnd tells us why Arlington has invested so heavily in this marvelous organization that began with a noble idea and has since blossomed into a major player in helping others.
The Arlington Human Rights Commission invites you to our second annual community storytelling event:
Double Take Arlington: Stories That Make You Think Twice from the Arlington Community
Last year’s event drew several hundred Arlingtonians to Arlington Town Hall to hear the personal stories of eight members of the community. The goal of this project has been to help the Arlington community learn more about themselves and their neighbors. Our hope is that the more we learn about ourselves and our community, the stronger and more welcoming and understanding we will become.
This video was created in coordination with Arlington Community Media, Inc. in Arlington, MA. ACMi is dedicated to providing an electronic forum for the free exchange of information and ideas which reflect the talents, skills, interests, concerns, and diversity of the Arlington, Massachusetts community.
Quartet 1: Deadline
Quartet 2: Have Voices
Quartet 3: Daily Special
Director Selene Victor
Tech Director Selene Victor
Floor Director Cyn
Camera 1 George Akerley
Camera 2 Walter Locke, Adam Bolonsky
Camera 3 Dick Koolish
Camera 4 Paul Carosi Primes
Sound Engineer & Production Alessio Miraglia
Mix & Mastered by Tim Starnes