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Our neighborhood in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, is a mix of young families and older folks that have lived here their whole lives. There are newcomers, including refugees from Bhutan and Nepal, Ethiopia, and Vietnam. There are also large African American and Latino communities. Rodney Park is a small public playground nearby surrounded by old row houses in a neighborhood referred to as Cabbage Hill, for the German immigrants that planted cabbage patches in their yards in the 1900s.

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[UPDATE] Your Neighborday Toolkit is Here

Introducing a holiday to people you barely know is easier said than done. Regardless of what you think of the people living in your...

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Introducing a holiday to people you barely know is easier said than done. Regardless of what you think of the people living in your neighborhood, we hope you can find something useful among these following resources that will add value to your Neighborday participation. Check out the added materials, including nametags and an official "This is a GOOD Neighborhood" poster.

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Our Latest GOOD Guide: Get to Know Your Community

Check out the GOOD Guide to Your Community to connect with neighbors, find new ones that share your interests, and find unexpected ways to give back.


This post is in partnership with Pepsi Refresh Project

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Yesterday on Twitter and Facebook, we asked our friends: In an age when social networks often get more attention than our real-life ones, what's the role of the neighborhood?

In response to Los Angeles Editor Alissa's post, we wanted to pose the question to our community. Check out the responses below and add your thoughts in the comments section.

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Last week on Twitter and Facebook, we asked our friends: What's the best thing about your neighborhood? We ask a question to our Twitter and Facebook faithful once a day, so if you're not yet following @GOOD or a fan, make sure to sign up and participate in the conversation.Check out what our Twitter followers had in mind:

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