Amidst freezing cold temperatures, Albany Houses residents, Crown Heights Community Mediation Center staff, program participants, AGVYEP youth, YOSOS participants, JCP participants, Legal Aid representatives, and community members gathered to celebrate. The gathering marked over two years without a shooting or killing in or around Albany Houses, a milestone that was reached in January. The event, held in the Albany Houses Community Center, kicked off with a toilet paper fashion show. During the show, community youth created outfits for two adults using only toilet paper and their own creativity. Following this spectacle, the community celebrated highlights from the past year–shootings have declined in Crown Heights from 24 in 2010 to 3 in 2017, in 2017 S.O.S. hired a former participant from Albany Houses as a Violence Interrupter, and in 2017 S.O.S. Crown Heights staff prepared for, deescalated, and/or mediated 71 conflicts.