The theme suggested for this year-long celebration is “Heritage, Healing and Hope”.  The URC feels this theme describes the core qualities of the neighborhood, its residents and its history as succinctly as possible, and it offers us the opportunity to use the celebration as a catalyst for continued neighborhood transformation.  This theme will be incorporated into all special events and activities associated with the Centennial Celebration, in two of the following ways. First, neighborhood organizations are encouraged to use existing activities planned for 2019 (such as an annual community picnic) and brand it with the Centennial Celebration. Secondly, organizations can create special events or activities specially designed to highlight the themes of the centennial celebration. Organization are encouraged to consider the ways new events and activities could serve as a springboard for future events or programs.


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List of Donors, Government Officials, Partner Agencies and Companies

City of Flint
Ruth Mott Foundation
Community Foundation of Greater Flint
Habitat for Humanity
CS Mott foundation
Carriage Town Ministries
Dan Kildee, US Rep
Maurice Davis, City Council
Gretchen Whitmer, Gov of MI
Karen Williams, Mayor
Sheldon Neeley, State Rep
Jim Ananich, State Senator
Civic Park Historic Business District
Civic Park Neighborhood Association
Gordon Young
Anna Clark
Sloan Museum