Thursday, March 25, 2004

Texas Community Futures Forum

by Louise Sanders

Cooperative Extension (used to be Agricultural Extension. associated with A&M) is having a brainstorming session with 30 - 50 community leaders to create a list of priorities about issues affecting families and individuals in Lubbock County. They do this every 5 years.

Next Tuesday, March 30, 2001, 6:30 pm
916 Main Street (Bank of America Building)
Free Meal at 6 PM (Beans & Cornbread)--Call if you want to eat with them
775-1680 for a reservation.
Format--persons attending will be randomly divided into small groups. Each group will hash out their list of priorities. Groups will reassemble and put together a list of 4 or 5 that all can agree on.

Every county in Texas is doing this sometime next week. It's a statewide thing. When I talked to Kay Davis, the county agent who called me about this, she said they usually draw a fairly diverse group of people.

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