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Forum Committee

Forum Committee

Plans and prepares for large group forums with the goals of:

1.       Providing a speaker/presentation which will be of interest to the community at large addressing a community issue arising from the anticipated increased growth in the Rochester area.

2.       Coordinating the Action Groups to present their calls for action

3.       Coordinating the arrangements and logistics of the forum; targeting three or four forums a year.

4.       Providing an ongoing welcome to the Rochester area community and extending a standing invitation for participation in an action group.

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