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Mayor’s Community Summit scheduled for March 7

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Orlando Mayor John “Buddy” Dyer will host his 15th annual Neighborhood and Community Summit 7 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, March 7 at the Loews Royal Pacific Resort.

The event features talks by community leaders and organizations, public workshops, and network opportunities that are focused on building a stronger, more vibrant city.

General admission is $30 and tickets are available HERE. Registration includes parking, a continental breakfast, lunch, and access to the event.

Workshops include the following subjects:

  • “Ask Your Mayor” – Mayor Dyer leads a conversation on topics that impact our city, economy, and neighborhoods.
  • “Volunteer Management 101” – This workshop provides a proven list of ways you can provide a better experience for volunteers.
  • “Local/State/Federal Grants” – Get a better understanding on the process of applying for grants from state and federal government resources.
  • “Handle the Media Before They Handle You” – Get insider tips on positioning your organization, becoming a resource, and being proactive with media professionals.

Click HERE for the full range of workshops.

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Orlando Mayor John “Buddy” Dyer will host his 15th annual Neighborhood and Community Summit 7 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, March 7 at the Loews Royal Pacific Resort.

The event features talks by community leaders and organizations, public workshops, and network opportunities that are focused on building a stronger, more vibrant city.

General admission is $30 and tickets are available HERE. Registration includes parking, a continental breakfast, lunch, and access to the event.

Workshops include the following subjects:

  • “Ask Your Mayor” – Mayor Dyer leads a conversation on topics that impact our city, economy, and neighborhoods.
  • “Volunteer Management 101” – This workshop provides a proven list of ways you can provide a better experience for volunteers.
  • “Local/State/Federal Grants” – Get a better understanding on the process of applying for grants from state and federal government resources.
  • “Handle the Media Before They Handle You” – Get insider tips on positioning your organization, becoming a resource, and being proactive with media professionals.

Click HERE for the full range of workshops.