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Town Hall @ Living Without Religion (Grand Rapids)

November 11, 2018
1:00 pm

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Schuler Books & Music
2660 28th St SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49512 United States

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Organized by:
Shirley Draft
Phone: 616-318-3274
Email: livingwithoutreligion-grandrapids@centerforinquiry.net


We want to hear from you! Give us your input as we shape our priorities for CFI Michigan’s 2019 Programming and events.

Join us for a special Town Hall style meeting at Living Without Religion in Grand Rapids to learn about CFI’s Strategic Goals with Jennifer Beahan, CFI Michigan’s Executive Director. After a brief overview these goals, and a snapshot of the current “State of the Center,” Jennifer will facilitate a discussion with attendees to get feedback about event and programming ideas, and to listen to your suggestions, concerns, and questions regarding CFI’s mission and programming.

Living Without Religion (Grand Rapids) meets on the Second and Fourth Sundays of each month.

To find the group go to the meeting room located in the back left corner of the bookstore (not the cafe).

Center for Inquiry Michigan values full participation for all attendees at all of our events, including participation from individuals with disabilities. Requests for reasonable accommodation may be made by contacting the event host at least three days prior to the event (contact information is below).

Cost: Free, beverages and snacks are available for purchase.

Contact: Shirley Draft, livingwithoutreligion-grandrapids@centerforinquiry.net, 616-318-3274

About Jennifer Beahan

Executive Director, Center for Inquiry Michigan

Jennifer Beahan is the Executive Director for CFI Michigan, and has been a leader of the group for 15 years. She manages CFI Michigan’s ongoing programming—with over 150 educational, social and service events each year—and supports the growing secular community throughout Michigan. Her interests include interfaith outreach, volunteer management, program development, and she is an activist fighting for secular, LGBTQ and women’s equality. She holds a Bachelor’s of Music Education (K-12), and in addition to her work for CFI she teaches private music lessons on piano and woodwinds.