La Colonia de Eden Gardens Foundation to hold Community Forum

La Colonia de Eden Gardens Foundation will hold a Community Forum on Monday, April 30, from 6-8 p.m. in the La Colonia Park Community Room in Solana Beach. The goal of the forum is to plan monthly community educational meetings and bring together key professional stakeholders representing a broad spectrum of interests covering social, educational, and health issues affecting the quality of life in the community.

It is time for change and time for North County leaders to rally and unite under the explicit purpose of improving the quality of life for Latino families at La Colonia en Gardens Park. Through a spirit of cooperation, coordination, and collaboration, these forums will developed effectively resources to meet the growing needs of Eden Gardens’ families. A forum will be provided for community members that will raise awareness for issues affecting the community, such as: gangs, drug and alcohol abuse, education, health, teen pregnancy, violence, etc.

In every forum, there will be informational booths from community resources, such as Lifeline, Vista Community Clinic, Migrant Education, North County Health Services, and other agencies from the community.

For more information, call Manny Aguilar at 619-672-5872.

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