I'm passing on a note to those in Colorado who might be interested.
The Civic Canopy, in partnership with The Denver Foundation and The Piton Foundation, is hosting a new program called Neighborhoood Vital Signs Learning Exchange. Neighborhood Vital Signs helps neighborhoods develop a shared vision, work collaboratively to acheive it, and measure their progress along the way. This project is at the heart of The Civic Canopy's mission - strengthening community through authentic dialogue, rich collaboration and resolute accountability.
Here's what you need to know:
NEIGHBORHOOD VITAL SIGNS
Building Inclusive, Effective and Connected Neighborhoods
· Tired of trying the same things year after year in your neighborhood but not seeing results?
· Are you interested in helping your neighborhood develop a shared vision and clear goals?
· Would you like to know if your neighborhood efforts are having a positive impact?
· Would you like your neighborhood to be more connected and engaged?
Join us at the Community Learning Exchange
Saturday, December 6, 2008
Breakfast @ 8:30am
Manual High School - 27th Ave. & Williams St. (Childcare is Available)
Join us as we learn about the Neighborhood Vital Signs Project--a new effort to promote strong neighborhoods by giving residents the tools to create a shared vision, measure progress on what matters most, and work together to achieve their goals.
Please respond to LaDawn @ 303.996.7350 or email email@example.com by Dec. 4th!
THE LEARNING EXCHANGE IS FREE, BUT RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED
Presented by: The Strengthening Neighborhoods Program of The Denver Foundation, The Civic Canopy, Piton Foundation, City of Denver's Office of Community Planning, CiviCore, OMNI Institute, Athmar Park Neighborhood Assoc., Northeast Park Hill Coalition, and Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods