We Love Long Beach brings community breakfast in Wrigley

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breakfast-in-wrigleyOn Saturday, January 23, 2010 at 9:00 am We Love Long Beach extends its free breakfast in the park tradition to the Wrigley Heights community.

We Love Long Beach in collaboration with Wrigley Association and Wrigley Area Neighborhood Alliance invites you to participate in the simple but profound act of enjoying a free breakfast and the chance to get better acquainted with others.

Building on the small town atmosphere set by the quiet, tree lined neighborhood of Wrigley’s most famous street, the Daisy Avenue greenbelt between 19th Street and 20th Street will be the site of the next community breakfast event hosted by We Love Long Beach.

Along with offering free breakfast (pancakes, sausage, eggs, fruit, vegan delights, orange juice, and coffee) and an opportunity for neighbors to get to know each other in a safe and friendly environment there will also be face painting for kids and a live DJ to set the mood.

Located north of Downtown Long Beach and south of Bixby Knolls, California Heights and the Virginia Country Club areas, Wrigley is one of the first communities to be established in Long Beach. The neighborhood was first developed in 1905 and has always been a place of family and community.

We Love Long Beach is pleased to host this latest opportunity to foster a sense of community and invites all residents of Wrigley to participate in what promises to be a positive and uniquely shared experience.

Spread the word and invite your neighbors! For more information visit www.welovelb.org.

About We Love Long Beach (WLLB)

WLLB is a non-profit (501c3) community organization founded by Scott and Robin Jones in 2008. WLLB is motivated by the belief that each person has a fundamental longing for relationship, justice and beauty. The hope is to see a community where trust grows through shared experience and where members not only actively work to help, defend and provide for each other but also celebrate and inspire one another and continue to make Long Beach, California a truly great city.

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