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League of Women Voters Presentation for OTR & OTR F

April 13th, 2015 | Posted by Occupy The Roads in LWV | Pueblo - (Comments Off on League of Women Voters Presentation for OTR & OTR F)
LWV Luncheon April 13/15

Today I presented for the League of Women Voters luncheon on the topic of “Occupy the Roads (how it all started) and the Pueblo House (and our 3 houses in the works) under “Occupy the Roads Foundation”. (Janet)

How it started …The ‘V’ & Occupying roads!

Pueblo House and what we’ve been doing in Colorado! (more…)

Last week updates from Pueblo & Trinidad, CO

September 29th, 2014 | Posted by Occupy The Roads in Lil Stone House | LWV | Pueblo | Stone House | Trinidad - (Comments Off on Last week updates from Pueblo & Trinidad, CO)
The "V" in Trinidad Colorado

We’d like to welcome Marcel Kuemmet who arrived last week to lend a hand fixing the Li’l stone house, where we’re building a future music and art space for kids on the Eastside of Pueblo.  We’re excited with all that’s been happening here to get us to the finish line with our music space.  We can’t wait until we can use it for Friday night open mic.

The “V” was in Trinidad, CO this past week for a the Southeast Regional Philanthropy Days.  Over 3 days we pitched our case for a grant so we could fund our vision of 3 functional houses all offering unique things.  The media house will be the most expensive to fix and we’ll definitely need grant help to make that happen.  If anyone knows of grant writers send them our way :-) (more…)

LWV retreat in Beulah

July 26th, 2014 | Posted by Occupy The Roads in LWV | Pueblo - (Comments Off on LWV retreat in Beulah)
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The League of Women Voters met today for their annual retreat in Beulah a beautiful mountain village in Colorado just 1/2 west of Pueblo.  It was a great day discussing the next years program, events, coordinators and volunteers.  The LWV is not just for women any more and they actually encourage men to join.  We had 3 men out of the 15 total attendees.  The meal was very tasty and the scenery wonderful as was the conversation. (more…)