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Oct
9
Tue
2018
New way at looking at the world @ Memorial Northwest Community Center
Oct 9 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
New way at looking at the world @ Memorial Northwest Community Center

In all societies, our world goes through generational shifts. With these shifts come new technology, new perspectives on long revered values, and new ways of looking at the world.

Keeping in mid all these factors, how would you try and successfully merge these viewpoints and culture changes into an up and coming society who will inherit and lead our world?

“RULES OF THE ROAD”

As with any discussion group, we have a format which we agree on to participate. It provides structure and how we wish to communicate and treat each other.

The Facilitator will briefly review protocols and then we will have a 5 minute “getting to know each other session.” Please approach a person you do not know, introduce yourself and tell each other a little about yourself.

When you speak during our discussion, please do it in a respectful manner, understanding that each person has their own views and that should be respected and honored. Vulgarity, personal attacks, or any disruptive behavior is not acceptable.

1) Each meeting we will have a discussion of a designated topic. For the first round we will go around the room, with each person first having up to 5 minutes to respond with no cross-talk or interruption.

2) Once everyone who wants to speak has, then we will go into free-form conversation for the rest of the time about the subject. We ask that you please raise your hand to be acknowledged to speak. Try your best not to interrupt and exercise your listening skills.

We do request that at each meeting, everyone sign in to provide us with an accurate record of the attendance.

The facilitator in some cases will monitor the flow of discussion and occasionally ask related spin-off questions or followups to a statement.

For any questions please contact me at my email at social@mnwhoa.org

We hope to see you at some of these meetings. Our goals are always to become better neighbors, foster relationships, and develop a community of mutual support.

Bob Pryor

SOCIAL & EDUCATION COMMITTEE

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Oct
18
Thu
2018
New way at looking at the world @ Memorial Northwest Community Center
Oct 18 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
New way at looking at the world @ Memorial Northwest Community Center

In all societies, our world goes through generational shifts. With these shifts come new technology, new perspectives on long revered values, and new ways of looking at the world.

Keeping in mid all these factors, how would you try and successfully merge these viewpoints and culture changes into an up and coming society who will inherit and lead our world?

“RULES OF THE ROAD”

As with any discussion group, we have a format which we agree on to participate. It provides structure and how we wish to communicate and treat each other.

The Facilitator will briefly review protocols and then we will have a 5 minute “getting to know each other session.” Please approach a person you do not know, introduce yourself and tell each other a little about yourself.

When you speak during our discussion, please do it in a respectful manner, understanding that each person has their own views and that should be respected and honored. Vulgarity, personal attacks, or any disruptive behavior is not acceptable.

1) Each meeting we will have a discussion of a designated topic. For the first round we will go around the room, with each person first having up to 5 minutes to respond with no cross-talk or interruption.

2) Once everyone who wants to speak has, then we will go into free-form conversation for the rest of the time about the subject. We ask that you please raise your hand to be acknowledged to speak. Try your best not to interrupt and exercise your listening skills.

We do request that at each meeting, everyone sign in to provide us with an accurate record of the attendance.

The facilitator in some cases will monitor the flow of discussion and occasionally ask related spin-off questions or followups to a statement.

For any questions please contact me at my email at social@mnwhoa.org

We hope to see you at some of these meetings. Our goals are always to become better neighbors, foster relationships, and develop a community of mutual support.

Bob Pryor

SOCIAL & EDUCATION COMMITTEE

Adult Discussion Sign UP
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Nov
13
Tue
2018
How Did We Become Irrelevant? @ Memorial Northwest Community Center
Nov 13 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
How Did We Become Irrelevant? @ Memorial Northwest Community Center

(How to reinvent your life during transitional periods)

Bob Pryor will open with fifteen-minute talk, the discussion will follow.

“RULES OF THE ROAD”

As with any discussion group, we have a format which we agree on to participate. It provides structure and how we wish to communicate and treat each other.

The Facilitator will briefly review protocols and then we will have a 5 minute “getting to know each other session.” Please approach a person you do not know, introduce yourself and tell each other a little about yourself.

When you speak during our discussion, please do it in a respectful manner, understanding that each person has their own views and that should be respected and honored. Vulgarity, personal attacks, or any disruptive behavior is not acceptable.

1) Each meeting we will have a discussion of a designated topic. For the first round, we will go around the room, with each person first having up to 5 minutes to respond with no cross-talk or interruption.

2) Once everyone who wants to speak has, then we will go into a free-form conversation for the rest of the time about the subject. We ask that you please raise your hand to be acknowledged to speak. Try your best not to interrupt and exercise your listening skills.

We do request that at each meeting, everyone signs in to provide us with an accurate record of the attendance.

The facilitator in some cases will monitor the flow of discussion and occasionally ask related spin-off questions or followups to a statement.

For any questions please contact me at my email at social@mnwhoa.org

We hope to see you at some of these meetings. Our goals are always to become better neighbors, foster relationships, and develop a community of mutual support.

Bob Pryor

SOCIAL & EDUCATION COMMITTEE

Adult Discussion Sign UP
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Address:*
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Nov
15
Thu
2018
How Did We Become Irrelevant? @ Memorial Northwest Community Center
Nov 15 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
How Did We Become Irrelevant? @ Memorial Northwest Community Center

(How to reinvent your life during transitional periods)

Bob Pryor will open with fifteen-minute talk, the discussion will follow.

“RULES OF THE ROAD”

As with any discussion group, we have a format which we agree on to participate. It provides structure and how we wish to communicate and treat each other.

The Facilitator will briefly review protocols and then we will have a 5 minute “getting to know each other session.” Please approach a person you do not know, introduce yourself and tell each other a little about yourself.

When you speak during our discussion, please do it in a respectful manner, understanding that each person has their own views and that should be respected and honored. Vulgarity, personal attacks, or any disruptive behavior is not acceptable.

1) Each meeting we will have a discussion of a designated topic. For the first round, we will go around the room, with each person first having up to 5 minutes to respond with no cross-talk or interruption.

2) Once everyone who wants to speak has, then we will go into a free-form conversation for the rest of the time about the subject. We ask that you please raise your hand to be acknowledged to speak. Try your best not to interrupt and exercise your listening skills.

We do request that at each meeting, everyone signs in to provide us with an accurate record of the attendance.

The facilitator in some cases will monitor the flow of discussion and occasionally ask related spin-off questions or followups to a statement.

For any questions please contact me at my email at social@mnwhoa.org

We hope to see you at some of these meetings. Our goals are always to become better neighbors, foster relationships, and develop a community of mutual support.

Bob Pryor

SOCIAL & EDUCATION COMMITTEE

Adult Discussion Sign UP
If you are interested in attending this adult discussion please complete this form.  Your information will be sent to the organizer.
Name:*
Address:*
Email:*
Phone:*
Question or Comments: