Making Democracy Work

DEMOCRACY - MAKING IT WORK !

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Join us for Coffee and Muffins and Action

Make Democracy Work for All- 2017-Coffee and Muffins Get together   The Greenville League of Women Voters invites you (and if applicable, representatives of your organization) for coffee and muffins on Saturday  Jan. 28, 2017  from 9-11 am at the Laurel Lake Club house.     We will be discussing ways to  engage with the political process. We will explore ways we can work together  for training and action.   Proposed Schedule: 9:00 Gather for coffee and muffins -meet and greet 9:15 We will share ideas for  political engagement, identify resources for information, and focus on  what training and information we need to be effective. 10:00 The Greenville League will provide  real hands on training on how to set up face to face meetings with elected officials and how to effectively advocate. 10:30 We will consider  training/projects we can work together on.   For example, do we want to host a candidate school  to encourage good folks to run for office  or do we need to have training on how  to use social media to advocate? Other ideas? 11:00 Adjourn and go forth to  "Make Democracy Work for All."   Location: We will meet at  the Laurel Lake Club house.  The address of the club house is 100 Golden Star Lane, Greer 29651 which is located at the  corner of Bennett's Bridge and Anderson Ridge Rd -close to the MESA soccer fields/ Litchenfield's nursery. Once you turn into the Laurel Lake subdivision, turn right and then immediately turn right again for the driveway up to the club house. Cell phone number for that morning if you need directions:  864-361-1111.   RSVP to Kathleen Kempe at kempeka@yahoo.com or call 864 213 9504 with any questions. If you can not attend, please call me so we  can get information from you to share with the group.  

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