Through the SOG community Facebook group and 4 months of hard work our neighborhood was able to come together and get the railroad tracks repaired on Manhattan Ave. and Westshore Blvd.
Thanks to the dedication of our city council members our neighborhood now has beautiful benches overlooking Bobby Hicks lake.
Every Thursday we are proud to serve hot meals. These dinners are for anyone in the community who are food insecure, unsheltered or anyone who would like to foster a sense of community by sharing a meal.
Created a neighborhood event encouraging the neighbors to report outed street lights. The city and TECO repaired more than 50 street lights!
Hosted our first South of Gandy Easter Egg Hunt with over 300 kids. Even the Easter Bunny himself made and appearance!
Brought a local professional and prolific haunted house to our neighborhood from Channelside.
The Goons in Greasepaint made the Halloween season at the center full of frightening fun!
13 city council candidates answered questions and heard concerns from more than 70 neighbors.
40 neighborhood volunteers gave the outside of the civic center a new coat of paint.
Neighbors took the the streets and filled more than 20 trash bags with litter from Manhattan Avenue and Interbay Blvd.
Along with neighbors and alumni, our president, Jeff Nietupski was able to give the Robinson High School football sign a much needed update.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals, improve neighborhood conditions, and fund our outreach missions.
***Please note, the Gandy Civic Association is a 501(c)(4), which means any donations are not tax-exemptible.***