Grounding Breaking ceremony was yesterday for Building on Hope at the Manchester Police Athletic League (MPAL). This marks the start of build week. We will be at MPAL all week renovating the building named for Manchester’s fallen officer, Michael Briggs. The Michael Briggs Community Center is the heart of MPAL. MPAL provides a safe place for at risk kids of Manchester to learn skills (boxing, judo, dance), cook, art or just do homework. The Manchester Police department see first hand how important it is to have a positive relationship with the citizens they serve.
Governor Maggie Hassan declared May 2016, Building on Hope Month.
Impeccable Nest is proud to offer our services to renovate
the youth boxing room this week. It should be fun and rewarding.
This is an all volunteer/donor project.
Come see what you can do for your community.
We will put you to work. Graffiti anyone?
“Many hands make light work”
We will be at the Michael Briggs Community Center 409 Beech Street
in Manchester all this week, May 16 – May 23.
Go to Building on Hope to learn more.
The big reveal will be Sunday May 22 at noon.
There will be food, music and tours of the whole project.
We’d love to see you.