Blocks and Block Connectors
We're not fussy about what a block is. We mean a cluster of neighbours who live close to each other. For example, on 93 Street between 93 Ave and Connors Road, residents get together every June for a block party. This has been happening for years and people on this "block" say that without the parties they would barely know their neighbours.
For other parts of Bonnie Doon the natural block is one of those short cul de sacs that stop short of 85 Street. Maybe where you live neighbours tend to know people on the other side of their back lane.
Whatever your natural grouping or block is, we rely on someone to step forward to be the block connector, the BC. What does a BC do?
That's all there is to getting started and if that's all the Block Connector does, that's great. But things are just starting to get interesting.
The Connector Coordinator will discover that
The Connector Coordinator compares the information from the block's questionnaires with information from other blocks in Bonnie Doon. She will discover common interests. For example, perhaps someone from the new block likes to quilt and would like to do that with other people.