Katy bar the freakin’ door because it is about to get real…and personal…real personal to the point of over-sharing. To the max. I can’t stress that enough, or can I?
[Insert local TV news awkward story transition] Speaking of sharing…I know we are all looking for different ways in which we can engage in our local communities. This Wednesday offers a prime opportunity to hear from the Super Friends of Howard County’s Non-Profit Community. Just look at this line-up:
Bita Dayhoff: President, Community Action Council of Howard County
Beverly White-Seals: President and CEO, Community Foundation of Howard County
Joan Driessen: Executive Director, Association of Community Services of Howard County
Mickey “#AllDogs” Gomez: Executive Director, Volunteer Center Serving Howard County
This is promising to be a fascinating night of panelist insights and Q & A. If you want to get a handle on what is happening in our local not-for-profit scene, there is no better place to be than the Jeffers Hills Neighborhood Center (at 6030 Tamar Drive in Columbia) on November 12 (again, this Wednesday). The Columbia Democratic Club is hosting the event although this panel discussion is not focused on electoral politics. It will be centered on: “The State of Nonprofits in Howard County: Perception, Challenges and Opportunities.” Which is excellent news because that is also the title of the program.
The meeting should kick off at 7:00 pm with the panel discussion commencing at about 7:30 pm.
Seriously, these are some awesome people doing great and important work in our community. Come hear what they have to say, share your ideas, and let’s make connections and take steps to make our County an even more amazing place to live.
Stay tuned, as more will follow.