Join your neighbors this fall for our 2014 NorthFirst: EDUCATION social event on October 6th. This is a great opportunity to get to know other residents and neighborhood organizations and community, enjoy a delicious dinner, hear some great spoken word artist and hear some brief presentations about topics of interest to neighborhoods and residents. Come for a bite and stay for some conversation. Just make sure you RSVP today!
6:00-7:00pm Social hour, Freedom of Xpression Open Mic in the theater, and Info Exchange
7:00-8:00 Presentations in the theater
8:00-8:30pm Networking and information sharing
MC for the evening – Ann Kaari, Victory Neighborhood Association
Northside Schools Collective: Eyes on Education
Lynne Crockett, Northside Schools Collective
Why can’t my son go from Henry to Harvard?
Martine Smaller, Northside Educational Alliance
Mayor Hodge’s Cradle to K Cabinet
Dianne Haulcy, City of Minneapolis
Peer Mentored Youth: Food For Thoughts and the process of the creative
Summa Summa Summa Summatech!
Kerry Felder, Northside Education Activist
Justin Fogel, Big Brothers Big Sisters
Dr. Sheronda Orridge, Loving Spirit Life Coach Academy
Digital Kinship: Positioning to a Place of Power
Lanise Block, Digital Empowerment Academy
The Secret to Staying Young is Youth
Lazos Latinos, Northside Latino Network
Victor Martinez, Director of Lazos Latinos
The work that must be done to bring northMinneapolis neighborhoods into tomorrows vision for healthy neighborhoods will take some heavy lifting – it is work better done with friends! So, join the Northside Neighborhoods Council and learn more about the next steps – they are ours to take together – and you need to tell us what you think those steps should be.
Make your reservation now. We look forward to seeing you on the 28th, and bring a friend who might be interested!
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