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Community Building 101: Have Fun
Community Building 101: Have Fun
Community Building 101: Have Fun
Community Building 101: Have Fun
Community Building 101: Have Fun
Community Building 101: Have Fun
Community Building 101: Have Fun
Community Building 101: Have Fun
Community Building 101: Have Fun
Community Building 101: Have Fun
Community Building 101: Have Fun
Community Building 101: Have Fun
Community Building 101: Have Fun
Community Building 101: Have Fun
Community Building 101: Have Fun
Community Building 101: Have Fun
Community Building 101: Have Fun
Community Building 101: Have Fun
Community Building 101: Have Fun
Community Building 101: Have Fun
Community Building 101: Have Fun
Community Building 101: Have Fun
Community Building 101: Have Fun
Community Building 101: Have Fun
Community Building 101: Have Fun
Community Building 101: Have Fun
Community Building 101: Have Fun
Community Building 101: Have Fun
Community Building 101: Have Fun
Community Building 101: Have Fun
Community Building 101: Have Fun
Community Building 101: Have Fun
Community Building 101: Have Fun
Community Building 101: Have Fun
Community Building 101: Have Fun
Community Building 101: Have Fun
Community Building 101: Have Fun
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Community Building 101: Have Fun

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Community-building an issue in your neighbourhood? Don’t call a meeting, plan a party! Find out how communities rallied by having fun, such as "Free the Bench" in Surrey, BC, and "The Troll Under the …

Community-building an issue in your neighbourhood? Don’t call a meeting, plan a party! Find out how communities rallied by having fun, such as "Free the Bench" in Surrey, BC, and "The Troll Under the Bridge"in Fremont, Seattle, Washington. Presenter Jim Diers is the former Director of Seattle's Department of Neighbourhoods and a recognized expert on how to revitalize neighbourhoods and neighbourhood economies. He is the author of Neighbor Power (www.neighborpower.org) and he spoke on Sept. 17, 2013 in Toronto. Watch "Start Where People Are" next.

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  • 1. #1 – Have Fun!#1 – Have Fun! Presented by Jim Diers
  • 2. Fremont Neighbourhood, Seattle
  • 3. Surrey, British Columbia
  • 4. jimdiers@comcast.net

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