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MLK Discussion of Opportunities
The community is invited to a box lunch from 12 noon – 1:30 pm at the Lebanon Junior High School. These sessions provide a chance to examine information gathered during the Community Needs Assessment completed by the Family and Children First Council of Warren County, and to get creative about ways to address some of the needs identified. Sponsored by 180 Café, 30 N. Broadway, Lebanon, OH.
Continuing Dr. King’s Vision
Participants engage in facilitated interactions and generate new insights for collective effort toward Dr. King’s vision; tapping into the wealth of abilities and knowledge of all peoples.
Sue Miller, Director of Community Services, and Sandy Smoot, Coordinator of Family and Children First, share brief updates on transportation, childcare, adult education and housing as they relate to job creation and employment opportunities. Participants in the session provide creative ideas and increase synergy for innovative solutions.
Dr. Seena M. Skelton of Empowering Education facilitates discussion about key indicators of educational opportunity in pre-K through grade 12. Participants discuss ways that community members can support our schools to ensure excellent education for every student.
Pre-registration is required. Space is limited. Call Karen Schaeffer 513-305-8295 to register. You must pre-register - space is limited.