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Rain Garden, Music Instrument Library Made Possible Through 24 Hour Citizen Project

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Many moons ago, we shared a local crowdfunding site called Civicside.com, which helped make the YLafayette ‘LAFAYETTE’ letters in Parc Sans Souci, and the Hydrate Lafayette initiative possible. — See YLafayette letter construction photo below…Photo courtesy of 24hourcitizenproject.

Fast forward a few years later, and the Civicside.com website is now rebranded as 24hourcitizenproject.com.

If you have been to Girard Park, and noticed an interesting rock-bed with plants, then that is the Rain Garden—one of the many projects made possible through 24HCP. — See photo below.

Another really cool project that has been made possible is the M.I.Brary, located inside of Downtown’s Public Library. It is a Musical Instrument Library that offers Library members the ability to borrow an instrument without having to buy one out right. Think of it as a stepping stone to your potential music career or maybe you need a replacement instrument in a hurry. Go check it out! — See photos below. Photos courtesy of facebook.com/mibrary.

The above projects were all funded in 2017, and came to fruition in 2018. This year, 2018, a whole new round of projects will start with the hope of improving Lafayette’s quality of life for generations to come. — See some of the ideas below.

Meet Jeff LeBlanc. He will be pitching the Bayou Electric Vehicles (BEV) project at the 24 Hour Citizen Project Event…

Posted by 24 Hour Citizen Project on Monday, July 16, 2018

Meet Aimee Boyd Robinson. She, along with her teammates Katie Allen and Jason Woodworth, will be pitching “Motivate the…

Posted by 24 Hour Citizen Project on Sunday, July 15, 2018

Meet Shane Istre. He and his teammate, Brittney McVay Istre, will be pitching at the 24 Hour Citizen Project Event (Year…

Posted by 24 Hour Citizen Project on Wednesday, July 18, 2018

See more of the 24 Hour Citizen Project’s on their Facebook at facebook.com/24hourcitizenproject.

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