Connected Corridor Hosts Community Event Tonight

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connected-corridor Project evaluationToday, January 25, 2011,  the Connected Corridor is hosting a community event at Hamilton Middle School. It will be a time for conversations and information gathering. The theme for the event is Change is Happening!

Jim Worsham, President and CEO of Long Beach Community Foundation says, “One of the best ways to learn where Long Beach is headed, is to first learn where it has been. The three principals of ReThinking Greater Long Beach (a self-described community think tank) tell three revealing and compelling stories about the city of Long Beach using their unique social history and forecasting database. This is more than data, and more than history; this is the real-life drama of a city struggling to survive in a new world economy. — Are you ready? “

The Connected Corridor event will be held in the Hamilton Middle School
Library located at 1060 70th Street, Long Beach, California 90805. A Reception will begin at 6:00 pm with appetizers catered by Super Mex Restaurant. The presentation will start at 6:30 promptly.

Special Guests include:
Councilman Steve Neal
City Prosecutor Doug Haubert, LBUSD

Program Administrators are, Office of the Superintendent Robert Tagorda, and Penelope Leon from Children’s Clinic. David Leonard of Treasure Box and a North Long Beach local will be the MC for the evening and the highlight of the night will be hearing from Rethinking Greater Long Beach. They will focus on North Long Beach Neighborhoods by highlighting demographics, crime, education, and cause of death.

For additional information or to R.S.V.P. email or call 562-760-8957.

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