Posts Tagged ‘Southwest Community Center’

The Worth-Its

Saturday, October 13th, 2018

Ellis Dudley, director of Amani Bowale , performed at the Syracuse Black Expo on Saturday.

SIF Look Book

Tuesday, July 10th, 2018

Southside

Who, What, Wear

Saturday, October 7th, 2017

Go On Girl Book Club

Week in Review

Sunday, August 20th, 2017

National Gun Violence Awareness Day

Thursday, June 2nd, 2016
OG Against Gun Violence, Southwest Community Center

OG Against Gun Violence, Southwest Community Center

Sound View

Wednesday, July 22nd, 2015
Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie (pictured with Syracuse Common Council President Van Robinson, left)

Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie (pictured with Syracuse Common Council President Van Robinson, left)

Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie, stopped by the Southwest Community Center yesterday as part of his Upstate listening tour. He also visited area hospitals and walked through the Near West side.

Heastie was elected speaker in February. Today he continues his tour in the North Country.

Speaker Heastie listened to Walt Dixie discuss the plans for opening a supermarket on the Southwest side yesterday. He holds a letter Dixie gave him in his hands.

Speaker Heastie listened to plans for opening a supermarket on the Southwest side of Syracuse yesterday. He holds a letter given to him by one of the project facilitators, Walt Dixie (far right). Also pictured Sharon Owens, Southwest’s CEO and Assemblyman Bill Magnarelli (center).

Throwback Thursday

Thursday, March 20th, 2014
Southwest Community Center: Atkins, Sharpton, Dowdell and Robinson

Southwest Community Center:  (left to right) Atkins, Sharpton, Dowdell and Robinson

Cut Above

Thursday, December 20th, 2012
Ed Perry, owner E-Clipz Barbershop, works at the Cut-A-Thon on Wednesday.

Ed Perry, owner E-Clipz Barbershop, worked at the Cut-A-Thon on Wednesday.

For nearly two decades local business owners have sponsored a Holiday Cut-a-Thon at the Southwest Community Center for young boys under 12.

This year’s sponsors included the Southwest Community Center, Ebony¬†Paving, Liverpool Associates and Kinsey Automotive.

A Cut Above: Community Barbers Volunteer their time and services each year at the Southwest Community Center.

A Cut Above: Barbers volunteer their time and services each year at the Southwest Community Center.

Work on Purpose

Friday, June 15th, 2012
“Lasting commitment is making the decision before the solution is found,¬†knowing that the principle is right.”
John C. Maxwell

 Ed Mitchell, Jr., activist and co-founder of Team A.N.G.E.L., speaks with SIF after receiving a community award on Thursday at Art Rage Gallery