Evaluate and Celebrate Thrive

Written by Thrive

Date: Tuesday, December 4th, 2012
Time: 9:45am – 1:00 pm
Location: Headspace  (1817 10th Avenue S.W)

How are we doing?
How might we do better?
In what ways have we built a more inclusive, thriving, local economy?

It is time to look back on our recent work and to plan for the year ahead.  We hope you, our partners and collaborators (past, present and future), will join us.

Thrive’s work takes place on four pathways. We will reflect and celebrate on our work on these pathways.  We will examine our relationships and networks in the community. We will explore how we might better support each other and be more successful in 2013.

Whether you are new to Thrive (maybe this will be your first event) or a long-time partner and colleague we hope you will join us in celebration, evaluation and enhancing our work in 2013.

The program starts at 10am. A fabulous lunch will begin at noon. Full agenda and details to come.

Please RSVP here by Nov 28th.

The Thrive Steering Committee


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