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My Brother’s Keeper
The City of Orlando is committed to providing opportunity to our community’s youth. Through our youth programs, we’re focused year round on impacting academic success, reducing juvenile crime, promoting health and wellness and assisting Orlando’s families.
In 2014, President Obama issued the challenge to cities across the country to improve life outcomes of boys and young men of color by participating in the My Brother’s Keeper initiative. The City of Orlando has responded by creating My Brother’s Keeper Orlando.
Families, Parks and Recreation Department director, Lisa Early and My Brother’s Keeper Coordinator Raysean Brown, informed Council about My Brother’s Keeper Orlando and the initiative’s objectives and deliver a call for mentors.
Bike to Work Day
Keeping Orlando moving continues to be a priority for our City and offering all those who live, work and play here options for getting around the City.
One way to experience this and be part of the Go DTO completion is to join Mayor Buddy Dyer for Bike to Work Day next Friday, May 5. The ride will start at Festival Park at 8 a.m. and travel to Downtown Orlando ending here at City Hall. Click here to pre-register.