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9-27-2014 KRVR FREE COMMUNITY BBQ
Written by Admin KRVR   
Tuesday, 29 July 2014

From Noon to 4pm, Saturday, September 27

KRVR FREE COMMUNITY BBQ

to better acquaint the KRV with KRVR

HUGE RAFFLE (over 60 prizes; value over $8,200) to raise money to OPERATE KRVR throughout the year

MORE INFO: KRVR.org/BBQ

paypal ticket pricing
http://krvr.org/BBQ/buy-tickets-with-paypal/

Thanks to a GRANT from the KRV Education & Cultural Foundation

THERE WILL BE LIVE MUSIC!

OUT OF THE BLUE

out of the blue

http://www.outoftheblueacoustic.com/

Michael Gallagher - Mandolin and Vocals
Pat Seamount - Guitar and Vocals
Terry Harris - Dobro and Vocal
Kris Wilbur - Bass and Vocals

 

OMG!

OMG

Mitzie Twombley - mandolin
Terry Twombley - guitar
Kris Wilber - bass
Kat Edmonson - bouzouki 

 
SCE GRANTS KRVR $5,000
Written by Admin KRVR   
Saturday, 12 July 2014

SCE

SCE Grant
SCE Regional Manager Cal Rossi handing KRVR Board Member Donna Moreno & KRVR President a check for $5,000 on June 4, 2014

Edison International, offers grants up to $5,000 to non-profit organizations whose missions and programs support our focus areas:

  • education,

  • the environment,

  • public safety & preparedness, and

  • civic engagement.

Through an easy online process, 501c3 non-profit organziations have 3 windows each year to apply (March, June & October)

KRVR received a $5,000 grant to fund the KRVR/SCE Leadership Development Program which is intended to foster leaders in our community through education, attending training and webinars.

Last Updated ( Saturday, 12 July 2014 )
 
3 FREE WEBINARS
Written by Admin KRVR   
Saturday, 12 July 2014

10am, Wednesday, July 16 & 23, August 13: Kernville & online

KRVR DONOR SUPPORTS 3 PART WEBINAR SERIES

Heartland Hints--6 Myths About the Future of Small Towns

Kern River Valley Revitalization & the Heartland Center for Leadership Development invites you to participate in our summer Heartland Hints webinar series that focuses on "6 Myths about the Future of Small Towns." Three webinars will each cover two myths drawing on our expertise as well as feedback from participants.

  • All webinars will start at 10:00am Pacific Time
  1. Wednesday July 16, 2014: Myth Number 1, Towns that are "Too Small" Have no Future & Myth Number 2, A Community's Location is Key to its Survival.
  2. Wednesday July 30, 2014: Myth Number 3, Industrial Recruitment is the Best Strategy for Economic Development & Myth Number 4, Small Towns can't Compete in the Global Economy.
  3. Wednesday, August 13, 2014: Myth Number 5, The "Best People" Leave Small Towns as Soon as they Can & Myth Number 6, The Rural & Urban Economies are not Interdependent.


Each webinar in this series lasts only 30 minutes, enough time to follow with discussion after participating in an online learning atmosphere designed to allow participation through webinar activities & peer learning.

OPTIONS:

  • Show up to watch/participate FREE in Kernville or online from home/office. Kernville Community Room, next to chamber office, corner of Sierra Way & Kernville Road, Kernville.
    MAP http://binged.it/1mJ1OJC
    kernville chamber map

  • We have 7 FREE scholarship registrations for use from home or office (subject to prior RSVP) (760) 333-4561 This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

  • Otherwise to watch from home or office REGISTER for the webinar series today for $74.99 (US).
    Registration is limited to the first 100 people, so register today.
    If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact Kurt Mantonya (402) 474-7667 This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it http://heartlandcenter.info/


The Heartland Center for Leadership Development has a 25-year history & we are known for our interactive workshop facilitation, our annual institutes, strategic planning, town hall meetings & now our webinars. Previous webinars have focused on board effectiveness, strengthening local leadership, appreciative inquiry & strategies for active economic development. The Center also actively trains other organizations to conduct their own webinars. http://heartlandcenter.info/ 

Last Updated ( Saturday, 12 July 2014 )
 
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