Public Invited to CFF Civility Project May 16

Public Invited to CFF Civility Project May 16Reid_Sally_115

(C. Proxmire, May 7, 2013)

Can Ferndale be more civil?  Citizens for a Fair Ferndale are exploring this question with The Civility Project.

In 2012 The Civility Project kicked off with a community discussion where residents talked about what civility means to them.  Civility Center founder Kent Roberts led the discussion. Roberts, a former teacher and athletics coach in Waterford started the Civility Center as a tool to help cities work more effectively.  He’s even written a book called Bring a Dish to Pass, which was given away to participants in the Kick Off.

TheNew Harvest Homes NHH premise of his initial lesson was that if groups learn how to work well together they will fare better in challenging times, and thrive when teamwork and resources are in abundance.

Now CFF is specifically seeking participation from those who did not have the opportunity to attend in 2012.

The next event is on May 16, 2013 from 5:30 until 7:30 in the evening at the Kulick Center(registration and a light dinner begin at 5:00 p.m.).

Please RSVP through Facebook or by email at CFF48220@gmail.com. If you have questions, don’t hesitate to call Mary Schusterbauer at 248-219-9646.  Learn more about CFF at http://fairferndale.org/.

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