On Sat., Aug. 6, the SW Comm-Unity Forum held its fifth annual SW Comm-Unity Day at King Greenleaf Recreation Center. This community- and family-focused event is a unique opportunity for organizations to display their programs, services, and activities with a focus on community building and family with themes that include health, education, economic empowerment, teen issues and family values. The event included health information, senior activities, performances, community service exhibitors, and free food and activities for kids and adults of all ages.

LaRosa Fee, Doris Campbell and Diane Young get ready to win big at bingo. Photo by Tiffany Klaff.
Thelma Wise and Geraldine Nickens enjoy bingo inside the King Greenleaf Community Center during SW Comm-Unity Day. Photo by Tiffany Klaff.
Gerald Martin, Rita Ngale, Eloise Campbell and Dale Johnson-Campbell (left to right) take a break from bingo. Photo by Tiffany Klaff.
Paul Taylor stands in front of the SW Comm-Unity Day banner. Taylor grew up in Southwest and is now executive director of the Southwest Comm-unity Forum, which organizes this event, an annual celebration of Southwest pride. Photo by Tiffany Klaff.
Shamia Johnson beams as she gets a pony ride. Photo by Tiffany Klaff.
The water balloon station was a popular place to cool down and have fun during SW Comm- Unity Day. Photo by Tiffany Klaff.

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