6 responses to “Massachusetts’ First Civic Engagement Summit a big success

  1. Thanks for kicking off the Summit, your remarks helped set the context for the day. And this is a good recap of some of the other sessions too.

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  4. Sheila McElwaine

    I’m wondering why organizers of this event didn’t involve residents and institutions west of Worcester in either planning or implementation. From the list of sponsors and participants, one would think that Massachusetts ends at the western edge of Worcester County. In fact, civic engagement and civic activists exist out here, although, like the rest of the state, not in the numbers one would like to see. Maybe if a follow-up meeting is planned, efforts might be made to see that it is a truly STATEWIDE one.

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  6. Interesting read. Thx for the article.

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