Yvette J. Moyo stated, Quarry Kids walk from the Quarry The Quarry Event Center to the 75th & Coles garden. They heard of the history of the community lot spaces and the possibilities for the future thanks to committed women, SSA 49 and St. Luke Missionary Baptist Church, and the 3rd year for Real Men Charities, Inc being granted to create peace and possibilities, the second the efforts focus exclusively on South Shore. We were blessed to have the police officers who are part of our South Shore Community vision for peace, participate. We called them officer friendly. Janice Jones, who runs the Quarry Children’s Camp stands by
Yvette J. Moyo stated, At the Quarry Children’s Camp we talk about changing the rhythm of the neighborhood with love. Dr Dr. Obari Adéye Cartman talked about reducing trauma trough drumming and gave a lesson 75th and Coles Community Gardens, Chef Edwardo Bey shares about healthy eating and the menu awaiting the children of the Quarry Children’s Camp and Cafe.