PARTY: Rebecca Krantz
It’s a party and you’re invited!
Rebecca Krantz, former facilitator of East Isthmus Neighborhoods Planning Council
is moving on to new adventures in life!
Don’t worry, she’ll still be in town! She’s just left her facilitator role with EINPC and she’s staying with EINPC as an hourly consultant for the Voit Project and trainer to her successor, Lilly, as long as needed.
So join us in a celebration of new adventures!
This Saturday (November 4th)
~ 6-8 pm ~
Ground Zero Coffee House 744 Williamson St
(yes, Ground Zero is wheelchair accessible!!)
We’ll be making Rebecca a travel bag for life’s adventures so feel free to bring a photo, memory, or small object that represents your wishes for Rebecca in her future!
Food and Drinks are being provided courtesy of Ground Zero so make sure to give a big thanks to Lindsey Lee and to tip the staff for all their great work!
Please share this message with Rebecca’s friends! Everyone is invited!
And make a note of Rebecca’s new e-mail address:
krantz @ katzfamily.us
Amy S Mondloch
Grassroots Leadership College
1321 E. Mifflin St. Suite 201
Madison , WI
East Isthmus Neighborhoods Planning Council
East Isthmus Roots, an EINPC publication
1321 E. Mifflin St. #201 Madison , WI 53703
204-0834 fax 204-0835 email hathaway@...
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