Thurston communities work with local government
League of Women Voters and Thurston Community Media Host Dialogue
6:30pm on Wednesday, April 28
Olympia, WA April 23, 2021: The Thurston County League of Women Voters and Thurston Community Media are sponsoring an evening for local activism. Participants have the opportunity to ask their elected representatives about the issues that most affect local people. Attendees can receive direct answers to their questions, in real time, via Zoom, Wednesday evening, April 28th.
Elected leaders from Thurston County, Lacey, Olympia, and Tumwater will take questions from the audience and discuss how to be most effective in influencing local decisions.
In addition, Olympia-based freelance writer and photographer Janine Gates, of Little Hollywood Media, will tell the inspiring story of the proposals to industrialize the Nisqually Delta and the citizen activists who successfully acted to stop those plans. The Nisqually Delta story reinforces that local residents can change the course of history and create the community they want.
The Thurston League of Women Voters and Thurston Community Media (TCTV) are sponsoring this event. It begins at 6:30pm on Wednesday, April 28.
Pre-register now at https://www.lwvthurston.org/working_with_local_government
Contact: Nathaniel Jones – 360-790-5598l – firstname.lastname@example.org