Center for Michigan Community Conversation Feb. 12

Center for Michigan Community Conversation Feb. 12gallowaycollens1

(FPL Press Release, Jan. 10, 2014)

Join the Ferndale Public Library as we host The Center For Michigan’s Community Conversation. The Community Conversations are taking place all over the state of Michigan. The information will be complied and given to the government officials elected in November.

Topics include:
How you feel about Michigan today
Education
Economy & Prosperity
Quality of Life
Public Money Priorities

Thesharon chess thank you conversation takes place Feb. 12 at the Ferndale Public Library at 7pm.

“The Center wants to know your priorities for Michigan’s future. It is their hope that policies being made in Lansing reflect our views as citizens of the state,” says Librarian Darlene Hellenberg, “They will make a final report from conversations across the state and share the results with policy makers.”

The Center for Michigan is a nonprofit, nonpartisan think-and-do tank. Their objective is to collect input from Michigan citizens and present it to our political leaders.

Please RSVP with the Reference Desk at The Ferndale Public Library by Feb. 8 to reserve your spot (248) 546-2504 ex. 3.

To learn more about the Community Conversations and the Center for Michigan, please visit http://thecenterformichigan.net/

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