- Title page of the brochure for Lakeland Heritage, September 2018. The cover shows the Lakeland Majorettes marching in a parade. - First and second interior pages of the brochure, opening with a thank you to the attendees of the event and updating them on recent accomplishments and works done by and in partnership with the LCHP. The second page foes further into detail on two major events; "A Path Forward," a mural done by Lakeland teen artists and others on the trail underpass by Baltimore Avenue. The second major event is that of the LCHP establishing the archive project in partnership with MITH and other departments of UMD; - Third and fourth interior pages of the brochure. The left page details the College Park Dream Team Basketball event at the Community Center. Below, a description of the history of sports in Lakeland, and the introduction of Lakeland Hero Sports Cards. These cards each focus on one athletic Lakelander, with a portrait of them on the front and a history of their events and sports accomplishments on the back. The right page has a dedication to Leonard Smith, the Grand Marshal of the event, and the special guests of the Parade & Picnic - Fifth and sixth pages of the brochure. The fifth has the itinerary for Sunday's event, Music at the Washington Brazilian SDA Church. On the sixth page are brief biographies of the performers listed; - The final page of the booklet, with a last schedule of the events of the weekend. There is also a thank you to sponsors and partners of the event.
At College Park Community Center
In Lakeland in the area of Paint Branch Elementary School and College Park Community Center
Face painting artist does a design on the arm of a visitor during Heritage Weekend at College Park Community Center
Heritage Weekend event at College Park Community Center
Collection of Lakeland Images displayed in the "Lakeland Room" of College Park Community Center
During Saturday of Heritage Weekend at College Park Community Center
Contains: - The cover page contains various icons representative of Lakeland, such as the streetcar trolley sign and the railroad crossing; - The schedule for the weekend, detailing the events for the community party on Saturday and the religious service on Sunday; - An introductory piece, explaining the mission of the weekend and the Lakeland Community Heritage Project; - An overview of Lakeland history. Noted image of a house is the "Hicks house;" - Brief descriptions of Lakeland's churches and Lakeland's clubs.; - A description of the families of Lakeland and how they were forced out of their homes by Urban Renewal. Contains a description of the history and impact of Lake Artemesia; - More descripition of the erasure of a large part of the community, then recognition of how it's come back stronger than before; - A family tree template; - The order of service for the religious service on the Sunday., Empty space for notes and resources with which one could find their family history. On the right side, a map of eastern Lakeland; - The final page of the pamphlet, with thank-yous and acknowledgements.
Folks Made the School video and report and screening event at College Park Community Center in Lakeland. The video was a product of a University of Maryland American Studies Class under Dr. Mary Sies. Their work also included written reports and the compiling of oral histories. The work was done in partnership with the Lakeland Community Heritage Project