March 2011 Community Meeting: Marathon Grill will be discussing benefits and opportunities in urban farming. Anthony Thompson of Thompson Legal Document Services talks about their services.
The Greater Brewerytown, CDC monthly meeting will be held on Thursday, March 10, 2011 at 6:30 p.m.
Patrick Dunn and Marathon Grill, a local restaurant, partner with communities and neighborhoods to re-utilize vacant land and transform them into urban farms. Come listen to Patrick’s ideas regarding developing an Urban farm in Brewerytown. Sample some products grown and cooked by this collaboration.
Urban Farm Volunteers, come join us in our initiative to urban farming. We need community volunteers, especially the youth and seniors of our neighborhood, to help grow organic fruits and vegetables. Participants get to reap the benefits of what the sow – meaning take home what you grow. The produce is also utilized by local restaurant Marathon Grill. To get involved visit your local CDC or other community organizations or call Patrick Dunn (Farmer Director) at 215-282-1505 or James Carter (GBCDC President) at 215-769-5220.
Thompson Legal Document Services, specializing in wills and estates, handle estate administrations, deed transfers, wills, power of attorney and living trusts and additional legal document services. Mr. Thompson, a paralegal/consultant, will be discussing all these options to us and also the need for them.