Sunday, May 22, 2011

Eye See You! A Fresh Effort

Eye see you!

Now that we're still here after the false prediction about Saturday's rapture, we need to roll up our sleeves and help create a little heaven on earth now, no?


They aim to keep an eye out and improve the quality of life, and, to reduce crime. Organizers hope to give a little peace.

Inclusive Communities Uniting Neighbors (ICUN) is a fresh
initiative in Macomb County, MI., gathering for another
"speak up" and town-hall-like Neighborhood Watch, and,
Habitat for Humanity meeting Tuesday, May 24, 2011 from
5:30-7 pm in the St. Clair Shores Public Library at Eleven Mile
Road and Jefferson.

Catch the spirit, and, come!

A fresh effort, three previous meetings were held, one with teens and
mentors, to address area needs, enhancing the quality of life, and, realizing
proposals such as more Neighborhood Watch streets, and, helping to build homes
for Habitat for Humanity in St. Clair Shores, MI., for example.

Planners Henry and Betsy Castro are leading the effort in the Neighborhood Watch
initiative, while David (a carpenter) and Debbie Cotrell are pushing to build homes for Habitat for Humanity.

Harrison Township, MI., Fire Chief Mike Lopez and St. Clair Shores, MI., Community Resource, and, Police Officer Cherie Mascarello, will be on hand May 24th to lead the effort to get more Neighborhood Watch streets started.

We're on a roll!

Furthrmore, on Saturday, June 25, from 11 am until 12:30 pm, the Islamic Cultural Institute
on Greater Mack in St. Clair Shores, will host a meeting on the same topic. Imam Shamsid-Deen Abdur-Rasheed will welcome us. His neighbors are excited about getting Neighborhood Watch started on Greater Mack where the mosque is located.

Join us, and jump in to help enhance the quality of life, igniting each one's worth. At the same time, awaken what is often a sleeping community!

Leaders all around are welcoming ICUN, including Harrison Township Supervisor Kenneth Verkest, Jack Pellegrino, and, Chuck, the barber at 13 Mile Road and Jefferson, who has been cutting hair for over four decades.

Contact me at 586 777 9116, or, other leaders at the meetings, or, for more information.

Give a little peace, please.


  1. Good for you all!
    Do it!

  2. This is a great group leaving out politics.

  3. Even State Representative Forlini kept politics out of the most recent ICUN meeting he spoke at, good for him. So glad he's not out fishing like other legislators around here.