Orchard Gardens hosts Community Peace Walk

Residents, business owners and workers, and police gather for a Peace Walk

Orchard Gardens in Roxbury is hosting a Community Peace Walk, led by Resident Service Coordinator Suzeth Dunn, every Friday at 4 p.m. Members of the Twelfth Baptize Church and Boston Police Department officers walk with participating staff and residents to  take a stand against violence and to create a safe neighborhood for children, adults, business owners, and visitors.

The Community Peace Walk is an attempt to unite all who share the same vision of community peace. Every person, business, agency that wants to take a stand against violence and bring awareness of the issue is invited to join us.

Community violence must stop! It’s time to stop the violence that is killing our children and our communities. It’s time to come together as ONE, help each other build neighborhoods where each of us — kids, teens, adults, elderly, and business owners — can feel safe and secure from crime.

Would You Accept this Invitation?

Because every child deserves a safe and healthy childhood, no community can afford the cost of violence. Because a healthier, safer community benefits ALL OF US, join us every Friday at 25 Ambrose St, Roxbury, 4 pm. We walk with members of the Twelfth Baptize Church and Boston Police Department officers. Call Suzeth Dunn, 617-445-7881


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