Will there be a Brattleboro Citizens’ Breakfast in July?
The short answer: yes! Please reply if you plan to attend.
The longer answer: The next “Brattleboro Citizens’ Breakfast” will take place on Friday, July 26, 2013 at the Gibson Aiken Center, downstairs, hosted by Senior Meals. Doors open at 7:30am.
The presenter will be: you!
The topic will be: The Brattleboro Citizens’ Breakfast, an event which has been taking place for more than four years. To review notes of past breakfasts, click here: http://bit.ly/YkYQBx
Questions to be considered:
do you want the Brattleboro Citizens’ Breakfast to continue?
what purpose does it serve? is it time for a change in focus? If so, what?
what kinds of presentations should there be?
are there aspects of the Breakfast you want to work on?
other ________ ?
For those considering submitting a CEDS proposal , note the Aug 9 deadline and this message:
“ As you know, we are following a prescribed process for development of a CEDS which can be found here: http://seveds.com/ceds-summary-of-requirements/. As we articulated at the Brattleboro regional public meeting, all projects submitted will be included in the CEDS and the CEDS priority projects selection committee has intentionally been comprised of individuals throughout the region who are not formally connected to SeVEDS or BDCC. Thank you for pushing out the call for projects, anyone who is considering submitting a project and wants to have it reviewed for suggestions in advance of formal submission can contact me.“ Laura Sibilia – firstname.lastname@example.org
The Southern Vermont Dance Festival – ;July 18-21
Save the date: Saturday Oct. 5, 2013 – Brattleboro Buddy Walk
Please do not hesitate to pass along this invitation to others who might be interested, but:
=> Because we really do need to anticipate the number of people planing to have breakfast, please RSVP by no later than Monday, ;July 22, by replying to <Robt.Oeser@gmail.com> – (or call 518-505-9031 [c])
=> The breakfast, provided by Senior Meals will feature a frittata, home fries, juice, yogurt, muffin, coffee. Cost is $6.00 for those under 60 years of age. ($3.50 is the suggested donation for those over 60 years.)