April 5, 2021 FridayMusings is your source for what we love about Livonia
Livonia Councilman Brandon McCullough
Livonia Mayor Maureen Miller Brosnan
Livonia Police Chief Curtis Caid
In the words of Rayleen Morgan, "It was such a joy to be able to celebrate Easter together with family on this beautiful day! We are thankful for so many things but especially for the vaccine that allows us to gather together again and keeps our loved ones healthy."

Smiles were abundant this past weekend. Families together. How kind can you get.

It’s all the buzz and you can be part of it! You are a part of it, just by living in the great city of Livonia.

 Join the Reverend Keillie Whitlock, pictured above and the #BeKindLivonia campaign, starting Monday, April 5. 
Banners heralding the #BeKindLivonia slogan will give each of us the opportunity to, not only be kind to one another but also to physically “BE” the “I” in KIND. Everyone is encouraged to stand in front of the banner, essentially becoming the “I” before having their photo taken. 

The rest is simple. Post the photo to your Facebook, Instagram or other social media with the hashtag #BeKindLivonia. Then, go and spread kindness in as many ways as possible, and each time you do, snap a photo to share it on your favorite social media platform with the hashtag. 

Many organizations have come together to share, embrace and support #BeKindLivonia, including the City of Livonia, Livonia Police Department, Livonia Fire Department, Livonia Public Schools, Clarenceville School District, Livonia Chamber of Commerce and Rosedale Gardens Presbyterian Church (RGPC). Banners will be displayed at these and other sites around the community, including Rotary Park and the Jack E. Kirksey Recreation Center. Stop by to take your photo starting April 5. 

So – find a banner, “say cheese,” take a photo and post it on social media with the hashtag … #BeKindLivonia. Then, go out and share your kindness – and images of your kindness acts!