Next week: Republican Party officials.
Julie Eiselt announced a free Rally for Peace and Unity on Sunday, July 12 from 3-5 p.m. at the Freedom Park Bandshell “in anticipation of the trial coming up and we want to show that our city takes care of our city.” Flier here. #ArmsAroundCLT.
Amy Hawn Nelson announced the halfway point in a free Brown Bag Series of UNCC education workshops on “Building Evaluation Capacity,” aimed at governments and nonprofits. Register here. Schedule of sessions here. Details of sessions here.
Ailen Arreaza announced Q4KIDZ, a new free service of texts and e-mails containing questions parents can ask their children that “encourage creativity, develop social and emotional intelligence and help families connect.” Sign up here.
Gyasi Foluke announced that a committee is about two weeks away from completing an agenda for CMS and community reforms to educate African-American children.
Sarah Stevenson announced a July 23 bus trip to Charleston to visit Emanuel AME Church and other historical sites. Price will depend on group’s size. As of Tuesday, 25 of the minimum 30 reservations were in hand. Details here or Stevenson at 704-392-9503.
Shawn Greeson sent in an announcement that his City Council campaign would co-host an interfaith food distribution to the homeless on Sunday, July 12. Details here.
Colette Forrest sent in an invitation to a July 7 James Mitchell fund-raiser. Details here.
Dena Diorio sent in her July 6 Board Bulletin.
Ericka Ellis-Stewart sent in an announcement that she will file for re-election to the CMS school board on Friday, July 10 at 11:15 a.m. at the Board of Elections. More info here.
Rodney Moore sent in a copy of his June 29 newsletter.
LaWana Mayfield sent in a copy of her July 4 newsletter.
Jane Whitley sent in an announcement that Democratic Women of Mecklenburg will discuss municipal IDs at their meeting Wednesday, July 8. Details here.