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November, 2022

Wednesday
16
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Short meeting to catch up since last meeting and to discuss GVP questions for upcoming legislative session.
Wednesday
16
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A meeting of Colorado League Voter Service workers to discuss best practices and gather resources
Wednesday
16
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Presented by the Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking
Thursday
17
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As we move from post-election into pre-holiday conversations with families and friends, this session will explore how and why misinformation manipulates emotions and exploits biases to draw people deeper into false belief. Presenters DeMario Phipps-Smith, formerly with the Chicago Tribune, currently Senior Manager of Community Learning at News Literacy Project and Dr. Carolyn Lukensmeyer, Executive Director Emerita of NICD will provide strategies for having civil conversations about current events as you retain important relationships with loved ones and debunk falsehoods in a productive way.
Monday
21
Monday
28
Mesa County Central Library The Monument Room
5:30 PM
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Our meeting is offered on two different days to accommodate your schedules. Both will be held at Mesa County Central Library.
• Monday Nov 28 from 5:30-7:30 - THIS IS THE REGISTRATION FORM FOR THIS DATE
• Tuesday Dec 6 from 10 - noon

You are invited to our next member meeting to learn about activity opportunities in an interactive ‘holiday sampler’. You will hear from those doing this work already. Learn how these activities ladder up to our goals. Activities will be described in ways that will allow you to gauge if it is something you would enjoy and be able to commit to.

FOOD DRIVE
Our member meeting will also be a food drive.

Over 800 schoolchildren in Mesa County are experiencing housing and food insecurity. The D51 Foundation suggested we contribute to the Community Food Bank which provisions items for the Kids Aid/The Backpack Program. There will be a special holiday food backpack distributed before winter break. Consider contributing holiday themed non-perishable items (pumpkin, stuffing) and easy prep foods.
Wednesday
30