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White House Community Leaders Briefing Series: You're Invited to Hear Directly from White House Officials on June 17

  • Saturday, June 11, 2011 06:01
    Message # 618736
    Deleted user

    Subject: White House Community Leaders Briefing Series: You're Invited to Hear Directly from White House Officials on June 17


    The White House Community Leaders Briefing Series


    The White House Office of Public Engagement would like to invite you to join us on Friday, June 17th for the first in a series of Community Leaders Briefings that we are hosting this summer.


    The Community Leaders Briefing Series is a unique opportunity for grassroots leaders to come to Washington to hear directly from White House officials on the issues that are affecting communities across the country and to learn more about the President’s priorities and initiatives from the people that work on them every day.


    Participants throughout the summer will be local leaders who are currently involved in their cities and towns at the grassroots level in their neighborhoods, schools, churches, non-profit organizations, environmental groups, activist and advocacy groups, etc. and who are continuously invested in improving their own communities.


    As someone who works directly with grassroots and community leaders across the country, we’d like you to join us for our first session to keep you well-informed about Administration policies and programs and let you know how citizens across the country can utilize the resources of the federal government.


    What will the day look like?

    Participants should anticipate that their day last from approximately 8:00 am 4:00 pm. In addition to the briefing at the White House, participants will be able to choose to attend one of several issue-based briefings with Agency staff.


    How to sign up:

    Sign up here:


    The Office of Public Engagement will follow up with an email confirming your participation and will provide further details.



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  • Saturday, June 11, 2011 07:26
    Reply # 618772 on 618736
    Albert Renteria (Administrator)

    Sherry, I will be attending the July 29 briefing and encourage others to consider attending one of the series. The series began June 17 - August 26, every Friday. I hope to see some of you there.

    How to sign up:

    Sign up here:

    All the best,

    Albert R. Renteria, SWVBRC Founder

    Last modified: Saturday, June 11, 2011 21:18 | Albert Renteria (Administrator)

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