New Year’s Resolution – Take Pride in Your Community
Have you resolved to take pride in your community this year?
Arizona’s cities and towns work 24 hours, 7 days a week, 365 days a year to provide services to their citizens. Take pride in all your city does – from maintaining parks, to delivering opportunities at your local library and keeping the streets clean and safe.
A couple of Arizona’s towns are starting off the New Year with celebrations to help enhance your sense of municipal pride!
The Town of Queen Creek has been celebrating their 25th Anniversary all year and will culminate the year-long festivities with a time capsule burying early in 2015.
The 25th anniversary capsule will be buried at Queen Creek’s Founders’ Park at 9 a.m. on Jan. 6. The time capsule contains items that symbolize life in Queen Creek in 2014, including letters and mementos showing what makes Queen Creek special. It is scheduled to be opened by the residents of Queen Creek in 2064, during the Town’s 75th year of incorporation.
The Town of Gilbert started their #GrowingUpGilbert campaign in 2014. This campaign features individuals who were born and raised in the town of Gilbert and grew up to give back to their community. Check out some of the Gilbertonians who have been featured thus far.
If you grew up in Gilbert, AZ and have a story of your own, share it! You can e-mail your story to firstname.lastname@example.org or share it on social media using #GrowingUpGilbert.
How will you resolve to take pride in your community in 2015? Let us know what your resolutions are and how you plan to achieve them this year!