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Peace in Charlestown

BOSTON - Friday, March 16, 2018 - Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced the winners of the 2018 Love Your Block mini-grants, a program that awards funds to neighborhoods throughout Boston for beautification projects, highlighting the people and culture in Boston's neighborhoods. Out of the 60 applications, five winners were chosen to receive funding of up to $3,000.

Trouble Afloat Scavenger Hunt

Ahoy mateys! There are rumors afloat of pirates threatening USS Constitution—and we need your help to keep her safe! You and your group can help us by participating in this custom family – friendly scavenger hunt created by Watson Adventures. Learn the ropes of a sailor’s life in the USS Constitution Museum and on board USS Constitution to see if you are sea-worthy enough to save the Ship from this threat! FREE for all ages thanks to the generosity of the City of Boston Charlestown Community Impact Fund.

Turn It Around: Youth of the Month

Congratulations Melvin Jr. for being Turn It Around's Youth of the Month!

Melvin Jr. is our September Turn It Around Youth of the Month."Melvin Jr. is a leader among his peers. He's shown tremendous growth and maturity since joining the group in 2015. We are so happy to still have Melvin be part of the group!"

-Ginaya Greene Murray

Bunker Hill Community College Ranks Ninth in the Nation for Racial and Ethnic Diversity

Bunker Hill Community College (BHCC) was named one of the “Colleges with the Greatest Racial and Ethnic Diversity” by The Chronicle of Higher Education. The list appeared within the publication’s Almanac of Higher Education 2018-19, an annual data report showcasing best in class for enrollment, completion, research and diversity.

Bunker Hill Community College Receives $2.4M in Private Grant Funding for Early College Programs

The Richard and Susan Smith Family Foundation awarded $2.4 million to Bunker Hill Community College (BHCC) to establish the Early College program at BHCC, marking the largest private grant awarded in the College’s history. 

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