Kansas City Metropolitan Area 'Community Conversations' meeting schedule

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I am posting this for the benefit of those living in the Greater Metropolitan Kansas City area.

The first "Y2k Community Forum" for this area was held last night at Johnson County Community College. I attended, and will give a synopsis of what happened in a separate thread.

These meetings were not well publicized; I had to go to considerable lengths to find out where, exactly, the meeting was being held. Calls to both the college and the Mid-America Regional Council were less than helpful. No one at either organization knew the details! I finally had to visit the library and find last Saturday's Kansas City Star to locate the info.



October 18 -- Pioneer Community College (2700 East 18th Street, Main Auditorium)

October 20 -- Longview Community College (500 S.W. Longview Road, Longview Education Center)

October 26 -- Blue River Community College, Independence Campus (20301 East 78 Highway [23rd Street] Large Conference Room)

November 2 -- Kansas City, Kansas Community College (7250 State Avenue, Performing Arts Center)

November 9 -- Maple Woods Community College (2601 N.E. Barry Road, Campus Center Building - Large Dining Room)

November 15 -- Penn Valley Community College (3201 Southwest Trafficway, Science Tech Building - Little Theater)

-- Wilferd (WilferdW@aol.com), October 08, 1999


To the top, to remind those who live in the metro KC area.

My observations from the meeting held October 26th at Blue River Community College are on the thread: "Notes from the field"

-- Wilferd (WilferdW@aol.com), October 27, 1999.


These conversations are dis/mis-information sessions designed to deceive and placate the sheeple. Truly a shame. The panelists are usually of the polly mindset. You know much more than they do. You are the expert. You visit this forum. You've done your homework and gotten an 'A'. Ravel in the knowledge and prep for your closest family member who are DWGI. It's probably too late for the lazy, entertainment-only and mindnumbed. They've got too many psychological stages to go through too quickly. Buy a case of canned food for the truly incapacitated or elderly.

-- PJC (paulchri@msn.com), October 27, 1999.

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