RCPC Town Hall: Volunteerism, RCPC, and the community

Event Time: 
Thursday, February 19, 2015 - 6:30pm - 7:45pm
Cole Hardware, 5533 College, Oakland, CA

Community volunteers are both the warp and the weft of the Rockridge fabric as community needs are found and filled. What unraveling threads in that fabric have you seen? RCPC can help you work on them. Or, you may be more attracted to serving on the RCPC board. Either way, this Town Hall presents an overview of productive projects planned by RCPC in 2015. For example, short-term programs such as the Kitchen Tour, Out and About, or the Halloween Parade call for a day or two of volunteer support. These are rewarding events to help with and you're done at the end of the day. Please consider these opportunities as chances to volunteer.

Serving on the RCPC board is another way to pull the threads together. The board has term limits, and board members rotate out periodically. Four new openings will need to be filled via election or appointment. Serving on the board does take a little time each month, but when you engage with your community, you can make things happen and be pleased about accomplishments.

Note the beginning and ending times of the Town Hall meeting. Cole Hardware closes at 8 p.m., so we will end by 7:45 sharp. See you there.