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Post NILA Retreat


The retreat has been postponed for Saturday, September 27, 2014. More details will be made available within the next few days.

NEW LOCATION: 2336 Piedmont Ave., Berkeley, CA

Parking: Street Parking is free on weekends and there are parkng structures nearby. PLEASE NOTE THAT THERE WILL NOT BE STREET PARKING ON SOME STREETS BECAUSE THERE IS A FOOTBALL GAME TOMORROW.

AGENDA for tomorrow:

Thank you to our guest speaker Rosie Zepeda for volunteering her time to provide some training to Region I.

9am – 10am: regional update presentation

10am – 11am: group discussion on what people want to see from the region and solutions they propose (discussion lead by Rosie)

11am – 1:00 pm: Rosie’s presentation with lunch

1:00pm – 1:15pm: Group picture

1:15m – 1:45pm: RSR presentation

1:45pm – 2:15pm: RGR presentation

2:15pm – 2:45pm: RJR presentation

2:45pm – 3:45pm: allow one member from each chapter present to provide verbal update on their chapter and also what their MAIN goal for this year is

3:45pm – 4pm: any further discussion or early dismissal

Lunch from Nino’s Pizzeria and Brazilian Restaurant.

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