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Fancy Footwork 
Before you throw out those old shoes...Soles for Souls is a global non profit that fights poverty by selling new and used shoes to selected micro enterprises, which then use the proceeds to create jobs.
Help West End fight poverty by donating your used footwear now through July 31st at our 710 N. Lincoln St. location. Receptacles will be located in both our main lobby and youth reception area.   
$tand by Me Success


In just 18 months, Monique - one of West End's $tand by Me participants - purchased her first home, received a raise at work, more than doubled the savings in her 401k account and increased her emergency savings by 3,100%! How did she do it? Click the video and she'll explain...
Farmers' Market Begins
Thursday, June 20th    

Join us for the 'season opener' of the Wilmington Farmers' Market at Cool Spring Park (10th & Jackson Streets) on Thursday, June 20th from 4-8 p.m. (and every Thursday thereafter this summer) for free, live music, local produce, prepared foods and products from local vendors. For more info. about the Farmers' Market, check out their web and
Facebook pages. 
A Visit From The Twin Poets

1st District Councilman Nnamdi Chukwuocha and his twin brother Al Mills visited West End on June 3rd. Both men (who are community activists involved in spoken word/poetry, mentoring and tutoring youth) taught students in the Education & Employment Department about poetry as a coping mechanism for stress and positive outlet for anger.

During their visit, the brothers taught youth how to structure and create poems, after which students composed their own poems and presented them to the group.

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