This year, the SESNA annual meeting moves to the beautiful Dye Room at the Willamette Heritage Center (formerly Mission Mill) at the corner of Mill and 12th Streets. Join us for tasty snacks, a chance to meet your neighbors, and more!
Anya Holcomb from Salem for Refugees will tell us about their programs.
We’ll hear from Salem Mayor Chuck Bennett, and he’ll take questions.
Eunice Kim will update us on the State Street redevelopment project.
The Salem Human Rights and Relations Commission will discuss how they can help you deal with discrimination concerns. Everyone will get a chance to say how SESNA can be more useful to them. What can we do for you? How do you want to change YOUR neighborhood?
We’ll have welcoming yard signs (like the one in the sidebar) for sale, and small 8.5″ x 11″ versions for free.