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The Living Museum- A site of Conscience

Last month the Assemblage Sisters had the pleasure of working for the Living Museum at Addi Road. The Living museum hosted a large group of students who toured the historic Addison road community centre.  
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The focus of the students' visit was Social Justice - Food Security and Food Waste.  Students visited the Food Pantry , Community composting team Hobo Gro  everything in between.

The Addi Road Food Pantry is a low cost affordable grocer that rescues fresh fruit, vegetables, bread and other good quality food from being thrown into landfill and passes them on at highly affordable rates to the community.
Their mission  – to rescue food and fight hunger.

The Addison Road Community Centre is home to a vast array of community groups, all providing invaluable services to the community.  The Assemblage Sisters always enjoys our visits to Addi Road and the opportunity to work with the passionate and professional team at the Addi Road Living Museum.


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