Social Media Marketing Presented by Nicole Harbin of CEED
October 22 — 9am to 11am in partnership with Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn as well as other social media sites have gained popularity recently. Just as a business owner has a business plan, there is a need for a social media plan or strategy. This can be done by taking a critical look at your customers, potential clients, suppliers, competitors, and your overall business needs. This workshop will focus on how to design a social media plan, what sites to use, and how to make the most out of your online social media account or accounts.
Workshop to be held at
Triumph Church, which is located at
2760 E. Grand Blvd, Detroit, MI 48211
Workshop cost is $25 (or $ 75 for all 5 workshops being offered this fall)
For Information and/or To Register,
contact Chris Wingert
As we end the work week, please check your calendars for our Monday, October 17th NEW Lightrail Community Coalition meeting at St. Matthew, St Joseph Church (8850 Woodward). We meet at 5:30 pm sharp and will finish at 6:30 pm. This meeting we will be distributing our training materials and setting up training date. Also there is new information regarding Federal Transit Administration’s Nov.3rd meeting on Title VI regulations and Environmental Justice Policy. Strategic Team Members, please be prepared to help us understand Title VI and what this means to us.
Remember, bring someone from the community. An engaged community can stay ahead of change and not be buried by it.
For more information contact Rev. Joan Ross at 313-460-7076.
Thursday, October 20 from 1 to 3pm
Michigan Center for High Technology Building – Meeting Room 105
2727 Second Avenue; Detroit (corner of Second and Temple)
Parking is available behind the building off of Temple (enter at the door by the blue light and sign in at the front desk)
We all live in a watershed. A watershed is all the land area that is drained by a river system. A watershed plan recommends how water resources, such as the Detroit River, can be protected and improved as land uses change. Creating a watershed plan is an approach we can use to evaluate our watershed conditions and implement projects to improve the health of our watershed. We hope you will join us in this initial conversation.
1) Introduction (Melissa Damaschke, Sierra Club & Khalil Mogassabi, City of Detroit Planning and Development Department)
- What is a watershed?
- What does a watershed plan look like?
- How are watershed plans developed?
- What are the benefits of planning by watershed?
- Who funds watershed plans?
- Where in the Detroit area are there watershed plans and where are there gaps?
- Is it appropriate to create a watershed plan to receive Section 319 money of the Clean Water Act?
- If so, what are the next steps?
Please confirm your attendance by emailing Melissa Damaschke at
Our paths cross often in this work……We are Concerned citizens working everyday to change the world.
We are doing great work ALL ACROSS THIS REGION……WE are: Artists, Organizers, Activist, Advocates, Doctors, Educators……Concerned Citizens!!! Who are changing the world on a daily basis
Please join me, Baraka Johnson as we take more steps in sharing and supporting our collective work on Wednesday, October 19 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM at Fuddruckers (2630 E Jefferson Ave Detroit, MI 48207). Many of us see one another on a daily basis, for some it will be a reconnection or an introduction ——–> Let’s start where WE are to get where WE are going
Bring an open mind and any materials to promote current projects, etc.
Light Hor Dourves/Refreshments will be served
To RSVP call: 313.496.9130
Please join us in spreading the word about The Art Institutes presentation this Thursday, October 20, 2011 from 5:00pm – 6:00pm at YouthVille Detroit. There are several college campuses throughout the States that offer degree programs in Audio/Film Production, Photography, Fashion Design, and Culinary Arts, and we wanted to present this opportunity for all students in Detroit. The presenter will provide helpful information about summer learning programs, financial aid, and admissions. Below is a flyer with more detailed information. Please feel free to Rita Clark at 313-309-1305 or email@example.com if you have any questions.
View College Fair flyer here: College Fair