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Newtown Nonprofit Council To Present Government Partnership Event At Booth Library



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UPDATE (Monday, November 13, 2023): This event has been canceled.

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Newtown Nonprofit Council is announcing an exciting and valuable opportunity for the Newtown community to engage with newly elected Newtown and state government officials.

The Government Partnership event, hosted by C.H. Booth Library, aims to foster connections and collaboration between local nonprofits and government representatives. It is scheduled for Saturday, November 18, from 10 to 11:30 am.

The event will include presentations by government officials, shedding light on their roles and responsibilities within the Newtown and state administration. Nonprofit leaders with experience achieving results in Newtown will also speak. Attendees will have the chance to gain valuable insights into the scope of their work, enabling a deeper understanding of potential collaboration.

Following the presentations, there will be a unique and informal networking session, providing attendees with the opportunity to engage in one-on-one conversations with the officials. This casual atmosphere will allow for meaningful connections to be formed, opening doors for future partnerships and collective efforts in serving the Newtown community.

Library Director Douglas Lord said the Council “is thrilled to welcome new and returning elected officials and provide a venue to facilitate conversations about the important work that local nonprofit organizations are doing.”

The event is free and open to all who are those eager to discuss improving Newtown and foster meaningful connections. Registration is required and available through tinyurl.com/NonprofitCouncil or by contacting coordinator Lily Mac Hugh at lmachugh@chboothlibrary.org.

Fresh off this week’s elections, Newtown Nonprofit Council has announced an opportunity for the community to engage with newly elected local and state government officials.
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