Updates and appreciations

September 24, 2015
New faces this fall
We're excited to be working with some new folks this year: Nina, a Youth Organizer elected by REEP in August and Giselle, a Life Together Fellow working on membership and organizing. We also have two law student interns: Leslie, who will be working with returning intern Evan on environmental justice policy and legislation, regulatory reform, and affordable housing issues. We look forward to sharing their work with you.
A decade of delectable excellence
Congratulations to Haley House Bakery Café on their 10-year anniversary in Dudley Square! We remember when the café was just an idea, and your organizers talked to people and organizations in the area to see if there was a need for a space to gather and break bread. (We said yes!) 
Now, after a decade of providing job and skills training to community members, Haley House is expanding and opening a new worker co-op, Dudley Dough, on October 5. Much love to our friends at Haley House for their dedication to delicious food and community, commitment to social and economic justice, and many years of partnership and solidarity.
Have you renewed?
It's that time of the year - renew your membership with ACE with a donation of $5 or more. Not a member yet? Sign up today!
Looking to get involved?
Congrats newly elected Youth Organizers!
Join us at our volunteer nights this fall, which happen every otherWednesday. The next volunteer night is on Wednesday, September 30, from5:00 to 8:00 p.m.when we'll be calling to invite members to our Annual Meeting.
Also, help build support for transit justice: Our T Riders Union is looking for volunteers to collect signatures for our transit justice platform. Contact us to learn more.
Don't miss out
We're looking forward to seeing you on Thursday, October 29, for our Annual Meeting. Join us for dinner, elect new Board members and learn about our plan and goals for the next year.
6:00 to 9:00 p.m.
First Church of Roxbury (White Church)
10 Putnam Street
Roxbury, MA 02119
Note: To be eligible to vote at the Annual Meeting, members must have volunteered for at least 15 hours this year. This includes time spent attending actions and events like monthly member meetings, youth pass marches and Jammin' for Justice.