I had so much fun last weekend at the Relational Leadership Summit and Masquerade party! Thank you everyone who came and made it great! There are still free books and magazines available in the Reception area, come check them out!
In This Issue:
- Hannah Davis tells us about the upcoming local election at the Relational Leadership Summit.
- Jason Digges interview Yasmine El Baggari about her cross-cultural connection startup, Voyaj.
- Maria Bailey is organizing another Bridgehouse soup kitchen community service project this Friday.
There’s a lot of great events so look at our online calendar for more info and any last minute changes.
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Relational Leadership Summit 2017 Video
Learn the major issues being addressed in this council election here!
Hannah Davis presents at the Relational Leadership Summit 2017 on how we relate to local politics, as the City Council election approaches. It’s so much easier to see how our vote matters when literally the number of people in the room at the conference could swing this election that can have significant impact on the future of Boulder.
This Authentic Life Podcast ~ Yasmine El Baggari
23 year-old Moroccan entrepreneur Yasmine El Baggari is the founder of Voyaj, an application connecting people across cultural lines and creating more authentic ways for people to meet with each other. In this dialog we get a sense of Yasmine’s deep heart to change the world by breaking down the boundaries that divide us.
Bridgehouse Soup Kitchen
Friday, November 3rd 4:15pm – 6:15pm at St. John’s Episcopal Church
“You just being here and having a smile on your face, giving good healthy food, being willing to talk to people for a while will make a difference.” ~ Robert McNaughton
Come and join us to share our practice and give back to Boulder. Don’t miss out on our September IC COMMUNITY SERVICE.
You will be giving a good healthy meal to someone who really appreciates it with hands-on and direct service to about 100 homeless locals in boulder at Bridge House – A Local Soup Kitchen at the First United Methodist Church.
We’ll want to aim for about 8 – 10 volunteers during those hours.
“Volunteering is more than just serving food, it’s about relating & human interaction.”
There will be minimal preparation because all food is provided: yummy, warm and healthy. You will have a chance to serve food and also a chance to sit down and talk to folks during the meal if you want to.
To volunteer for Bridge House is to experience and participate in that sense of humanity with the homeless and less fortunate to show that people really care, are compassionate and have enough interest to come and share their hearts with them.
WE are The Integral Center.
It takes a village to make a difference and we need you as part of our community. Let’s bring our practice. Let’s come together and give back to boulder.
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