TV Highway Advocacy Training
It's time to get rolling towards a safer TV Highway. Join us for a free advocacy training and celebration with the Center for Intercultural Organizing. We'll learn how to tell a compelling personal story to decision-makers, and also work on thank you cards for Washington County and partners for working on the community vision for Aloha and TV Highway.
Training Details: Thursday, December 17 5:30 pm food; 6 pm start 12625 SW Broadway St, Beaverton (Center for Intercultural Organizing office- it's a brick building that says "Standard Appliance" outside.)
Washington County just received a grant from Metro to plan transportation and community improvements along TV Highway and Alexander Street in Aloha, centered around 185th Avenue. It's time to share your story and advocate for changes you want to see on TV Highway.
Thank you to REI for supporting the TV Highway Trail and advocacy trainings like this one.
Questions? Contact Lisa Frank, firstname.lastname@example.org, 503-226-0676 x18.