What’s At Stake?
Community Conversations to Weigh the Benefits and Risks of
Expanded Legal Gambling in NH
PLEASE JOIN US: NEW DATE - MARCH 6
On Saturday, March 6th, 2010 citizens of Coos County will have an opportunity to participate in small-group, facilitated day-long community-based conversations to address the question: What’s At Stake? Community Conversations to Weigh the Benefits and Risks of Expanded Legal Gambling in NH.
Participants must register prior to the session – lunch and snacks provided. Results will be reported out to the Governor’s Study Commission on Expanded Gambling.
Why Is this Important?
Expanded legal gambling will touch the lives of New Hampshire citizens in different ways, so it is important for NH citizens from all walks of life to participate in this discussion.
This is an opportunity to explore new ideas, to talk about what you value, and to share your hopes and vision for NH with other community friends and neighbors. In facilitated, small group discussions, citizens at each location will break into groups of 6-15 people. In a quiet atmosphere, with no interruptions – you will be able to make your voice heard and to learn from others – what they think and feel.
Regardless of your opinion – whether you are pro-gambling, anti-gambling, neutral or undecided – we want you to participate in this conversation.
Where and When?
Saturday March 6, 2010, 8:30 (check in) to 4pm. Lunch is included. WHITE MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE, BERLIN, MAIN BUILDING
What Do I Do?
Register (or find more information) at our website: http://whatsatstake.unh.edu or call toll free: 877-338-5322. Or email us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org . For those who experience problems accessing the registration online, please email or call, and a word document version will be sent to you. Return by email or fax (listed on the registration form).
Sponsored by the University of New Hampshire,with support from UNH Coop