A letter from BHCA's new Executive Director
Vicki Gallon-Clark
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Community Board

Census Job Fairs at Hartford Libraries

Thursday, January 23rd

$23.50 - $25 per hour

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Join the CT Center for Nonviolence and H.Y.P.E.

 In commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday 2020

January 20, 2020 Trinity College-Mather Hall

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          FREE short-term training employment & training programs offered by Goodwin College, Capital Community College and Manchester Community College for SNAP recipients.

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 School Choice - Information Session
Join CREC at Hartford Public Library to learn about
District/Magnet and Open Choice School Options

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Mandell JCC Under One Roof:

Welcoming the Stranger

The Mandell JCC is proud to present a collaborative community art exhibit

'Under One Roof: Welcoming the Stranger.' The exhibit, which will be on display in the Chase Family Gallery October 6 - November 15, 2019, features works of art created by agencies and organizations in greater Hartford, each exploring the theme of “Welcoming the Stranger.”

There will be a grand opening of the exhibit on Oct. 6, from 12pm-5 p.m. in the Chase Family Gallery, Mandell JCC, 335 Bloomfield Ave., West Hartford, CT 06117.

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Vicki Fennell and Vicki Gallon-Clark with Congressman John Larson at the MetroHartford Alliance and the New England Council breakfast featuring Congressman Larson. 
Community Guest Day at
Faith SDA Church in Hartford:
Executive Director Vicki Gallon-Clark representing BHCA as it is recognized for its work in the community.  
                               Pictured left to right:
Vicki Gallon-Clark, Congressman Larson, Victoria Fennell
                               Pictured left to right:
Diondra Robinson (OPP) Corinda Richardson (Urban League), Vicki Gallon-Clark, Dr.Delahaye, Hartford Cheif of Police Jason Thody

Testimonies From BHCA Youth 

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“The Blue Hills Civic Association helped me develop my leadership skills, before I was a shy, timid and an observant student that wouldn’t get up and share any of my ideas even though I had a lot, but then BHCA placed me in a leadership role so it forced me to do workshops, plan events and it just became second nature to me and I really enjoyed the opportunity.”

—  Nathan Walker

Weaver High Culinary Arts Academy Class of 2019

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