Cabbagetown Residents Assciation in the bag

bag-imageAfter the warm reception we received last year, the Cabbagetown Residents Association (CRA) is happy to once again give out bags to those Cabbagetown residents who are running yard sales during the Cabbagetown Festival, Sept. 9-10.

 
These green paper bags are fun and reusable, and remind people to join to support our association, which is committed to protecting and improving general quality of life, sustaining economic viability, promoting safety and security, raising awareness among community residents, and communicating key issues and concerns to various public organizations including City Council, Toronto Police and District School Boards.The CRA’s geographic boundaries are Gerrard Street to the north, Parliament street to the west, St. James Cemetery to the north and the Don Valley to the east. We also organize many events for the community throughout the year, including our signature Forsythia Festival, held the first Sunday of May.
This year, Nick and Hilary at Sage Real Estate (nickandhilary.com) have kindly sponsored us to help defray the cost of the bags.

 
If you are holding a yard sale and want to make sure you get your Cabbagetowner bags, contact us at info@cabbagetowner.com or contact us through social media (follow us on facebook and @cabbagetowner on Twitter) and we’ll make sure your address is on one of our delivery routes. Our volunteers will be out bright and early on the morning of Sept. 9 to deliver the bags.

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