Limbrick Neighbourhood Clean up Engages Youth to Build Community

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Limbrick youth engaged in grassroots neighbourhood improvements with today's fall clean up
Limbrick youth engaged in grassroots neighbourhood improvements with today's fall clean up
Limbrick youth engaged in grassroots neighbourhood improvements with today's fall clean up
Limbrick youth engaged in grassroots neighbourhood improvements with today’s fall clean up

THUNDER BAY – LIVING – Today the Regional Multicultural Youth Council along with help from the young people in Limbrick Neighbourhood held their fall clean up. The youth will celebrate with a barbecue and dance along with a movie for the youth.

At least ten bags of trash and other litter were picked up.

Hockey nets and the imagination of young people can mean anything - Here the youth are behind the spiderweb
Hockey nets and the imagination of young people can mean anything – Here the youth are behind the spiderweb

The youth will enjoy the movie “Honey” with Jessica Alba.

The Vale Community Council works in the Limbrick community to help engage youth and make the neighbourhood a better place for everyone to live.

Neighbourhood clean up helps to make communities like the Limbrick Neighbourhood a better place to live.
Neighbourhood clean up helps to make communities like the Limbrick Neighbourhood a better place to live.

Council President Amanda Perrault stated, “Getting the youth engaged in our neighbourhood brings everyone together. Neighbourhoods are built when neighbours get to know each other.”

Moffat Makuto of the RMYC has invested countless hours into helping youth and helping build good neighbourhoods in Thunder Bay and across the region.

Moffat shares that “This is important. If there were sufficient funding, we could be doing so much more, not only in Limbrick but across Thunder Bay.”

The RMYC has been doing this kind of neighbourhood building since 1998.

The Vale Community Council consists of residents and helpers from the Limbrick neighbourhood.

NetNewsLedger congrats to the Vale Community Council, the neighbourhood youth, along with Moffat and the Regional Multicultural Youth Council.

For more information, or to find out how you can help build better neighbourhoods in Thunder Bay, visit Vale Community Council on Facebook.

RMYC Youth serving up tasty hotdogs to the youth
RMYC Youth serving up tasty hotdogs to the youth
Limbrick Youth Enjoying the evening and their accomplishments
Limbrick Youth Enjoying the evening and their accomplishments
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