The Lowell Housing Authority and the Lowell Parks & Conservation Trust teamed up this Earth Day to bring family-friendly “green” programming to children living in the Lowell Housing Authority’s North Common Village and Highland Parkway family properties. The children participated in a nature scavenger hunt, planted seeds, and were introduced to the EnviroScape to learn about environmental issues affecting the environment. Children and mothers were also provided with gift bags distributed by our resident services teams, courtesy of the The Wish Project of Chelmsford, and their generous donors.
Thank you to Katie Sadlier, the LHA’s JobsPLUS Director and her team–Madeline Colon-Rivera, Heather Barker, Kiss Quick, and newest member Liliane Kaitare, as well as Kelsey Tauer, our Family Self-Sufficiency Coordinator for their efforts in orchestrating such a memorable day. We are so proud of all that you do to support our families. On behalf of the Lowell Housing Authority and our Lowell Housing Authority: Jobs PLUS Program, we would like to take this opportunity to extend our sincerest thanks to the Lowell Parks & Conservation Trust. We look forward to next year. Until next year…keep it green!
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