February 26 – New meeting format!

This month, we introduce SESNA’s new meeting format!

The first meeting of each quarter–January, April, July, and October–will follow the “standard” format: 90 minutes long, with multiple guests and a single group discussion about issues of concern to neighbors.

The remaining meetings, starting with February 2019, will be project-focused. We’ll start with a 30-minute business meeting, but at 7:30 we will break into groups.

  • Our Secretary and, if available, City Council representative Tom Andersen will provide a listening table where neighbors can share concerns or ideas and find resources to help resolve issues. How can we help?
  • Up to three groups of neighbors–SESNA Board members, volunteers, interested neighbors, and community partners–will work on projects in groups from 7:30 – 8:30.

At the end of the meeting, we’ll come together for a five-minute roundup of what happened in the different groups, decisions made, etc.

This month, we have two projects. Click the links below to learn more about these projects, what we’re up to this month, and how you can get involved:

Both projects this month are in the planning stage, so we’ll be interested in ideas. At future meetings, we may have groups that focus on a task, like coloring posters or preparing a mailer. Even if you can’t commit to regular work on a major project, you can volunteer just for the evening!

We look forward to seeing you and hearing your ideas!

February 26, 2019, 7:00 – 8:30 PM
Capital Park Wesleyan Church
410 19th Street SE – 19th Street side entrance

All Neighbors Welcome!

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