WHOLE Enchilada Subscription Drive: Will you help us grow? (And, no, we’re not asking for money!)
It’s You – the people of Waco – that make Waco a terrific place to live! You are the not-so-secret ingredient that’s making Waco better and better. Our job at Act Locally Waco is to help you do that! Will you help us help you?
Every Friday Act Locally Waco pumps out the information you need to stay involved and engaged in Waco. It’s all there in our free weekly e-newsletter, The WHOLE Enchilada. November is “subscription drive month” for The WHOLE Enchilada. Will you help us grow? We are asking all friends of Act Locally Waco to basically do two things: 1. Subscribe yourself (if you haven’t already), and 2. Encourage your friends to do the same!
Since 2013, The Act Locally Waco weekly newsletter – The WHOLE Enchilada — has been providing engaged Wacoans (That’s You again!) with the information you need to enjoy Waco and get involved in building up your community.
Here are a few examples of the kinds of information we have gathered for you from the last few weeks:
- Statements from the mayor/city council candidates to help you understand how they would approach the job if elected
- A “plain English” translation of the “impact fee” proposal– an important, but complicated issue for the future of Waco that City Council has been working on for years.
- An introduction to Tiffany Gallegos Whitley who will be leading the new “Upskill Waco” workforce initiative at Prosper Waco.
- Updates on Meals and Wheels, Caritas, Christian Women’s Job Corps and other non-profits. Information to keep you informed about what’s happening with them and how you can help.
- Events from the YMCA, the Centex Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Grassroots Waco, the Mayborn Museum, Keep Waco Beautiful, Creative Waco, McLennan County Community College and countless others so you can plan your weeks and days.
- Job opportunities for example at the COVE and the Salvation Army among others.
And that’s just a taste of what you find in The WHOLE Enchilada each week. It is truly full to the edge of the plate with Waco goodness, plus – it’s free!
We currently have 3,111 subscribers, and our goal is to add 1,000 more. Imagine the benefit to Waco of 1,000 more involved, engaged people!
If you are a social media follower, but you haven’t subscribed yet, go ahead and sign up! Our current subscribers love the convenience of having everything pulled together each week and delivered to their email. If you are already a subscriber, please help us out by sharing The WHOLE Enchilada with 2 or 3 (or 10!) friends each week during November, and encouraging them to subscribe. We’ll be posting the subscription link regularly on Facebook during November – so please share that as well.
Whether it’s patronizing an art opening, volunteering to help a child in the foster system, participating in an online auction for a local cause you care about, or finding out about opportunities to pick up litter – The WHOLE Enchilada makes it easy for you to stay informed so you can get involved. Subscribe today! Help us grow!
“Act Locally Waco has been a really successful resource for us. Ashley Bean Thornton and all the people at Act Locally Waco have been willing to share all the things that we do around Waco to try and make it better. ” — Ashley Millerd Crownover, Keep Waco Beautiful
“Just about everything I’ve learned about Waco, aside from the Silos and Baylor, I’ve learned from Act Locally Waco!” — Ferrell Foster, brand new Waco resident
“By subscribing to Act Locally Waco, I am always in the know of things that are happening within our community and amongst my neighbors.” — Cuevas Peacock, community volunteer and cheerleader
“The Whole Enchilada is one of my weekly favorites. As both a subscriber and a contributor, I feel equally blessed by the efforts that Ashley and her team put forth in bringing such vital and unifying information to our community. Act Locally Waco and The Whole Enchilada are two of my favorite go-to sources for what’s new and happening in our community and how we are growing together to make Waco a great place to live for everyone!” — Lydia Tate, Christian Women’s Job Corps