'Community' is WCCC's Buzzword This Season
Take a few minutes to read our latest newsletter here!
A part of WCCC's mission is, "building a better community." We continually strive to find creative approaches to build a better community in which we live in. Be sure to read this issue of Talking Circles to learn how WCCC has taken part in building Washington County's community and learn more about a new, innovative circle that offers another opportunity for you to get involved.
We're also ramping up for Give to the Max Day on Thursday, November 16. We hope that you will help us maximize our matching donation from our valued partner Ogletree Deakins. They're back matching your donations dollar-for-dollar up to $500!
Squeezing the last ounces of fun out of this summer...
Fall is ramping up to be a busy season for WCCC. We're getting ready to put away the suntan lotion and to set up our circle chairs.
Be sure to read this issue of Talking Circles for more information on:
- Some note worthy upcoming events (spoiler alert: Sex Trafficking in Washington County and Circle 101 training).
- Details about our new and improved website and blog.
If you have questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call us at (651) 492-4996.
Thank you for helping us build a better community, one circle at a time.
Today we had a great opportunity to meet with attorneys and staff at Eckberg Lammers to discuss when and how Circles could be beneficial in cases they process as part of their prosecution of misdemeanor cases in Washington County, namely the city of Woodbury. We look forward to future referrals and conversations about how WCCC can be a resource on the right cases and with the right individuals and families. Special thanks to Rebecca Christensen, Wendy Murphy, and Tom Weidner for taking time out of their busy schedules to hear what WCCC has been up to recently and commit to partner with us - and Tubman - for the benefit of the Woodbury and Washington County Community!