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MAP Neighborhood Conference

Monrovia Area Partnership

Saturday, August 10, 2013 from 9:30 AM to 3:00 PM (PDT)

Monrovia, CA

MAP Neighborhood Conference

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Neighborhood Conference Program

9:30 a.m. – Registration & Continental Breakfast

10:00 a.m. – Welcome

10:30 a.m.-11:20 a.m. – Workshop 1

11:25 a.m.-12:15 p.m. – Workshop 2

12:15 p.m.-1:20 p.m. – Lunch

1:00 p.m.-1:20 p.m. – Entertainment & Group Picture

1:25 p.pm.-2:20 p.pm. – Workshop 3

2:20 p.m.-2:30 p.m. – Final Raffles


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Session 1: 10:30 AM - 11:20 AM

 

This is my Block

Genia Mills, MAP Neighborhood Leader

Learn tips to best represent your neighborhood during good and difficult times.  You can serve as a leader for your neighborhood to get through even the toughest of situations.

 

Plan Monrovia

Laurie Lile, Monrovia City Manager

Plan Monrovia - the Blueprint for Monrovia’s Strategic Decisions.  City Manager Laurie Lile will update participants on the status, adoption and implementation of Monrovia’s City-Wide Strategic Plan.

 

Because we CARE, we will Prevent

Ulises Gutierrez, MAP Leader & Community Organizer

Come discover what it means to be in the business of “prevention & intervention.”  Caring people, just like you, make a difference by intervening in social issues to prevent social crisis. 

 

Be True to Your School

Mike Lang, Watch Dog Organizer

Watch D.O.G.S. (Dads of Great Students,) is a National Organization providing positive male figures to be present and involved in local schools for safety and encouragement.  Find out why you are needed and how to get involved.

 

Developing the Heart of Great Leadership     

Ed Nicholls, Leadership Development Instructor

By identifying great leaders from history, participants will learn about the various qualities that great leaders possess and how to apply these qualities to their leadership style.

 

1 Rep, 2 Rep, 3 Rep 4…

Panel of Monrovia Representatives

This workshop will teach participants the basic structure and purpose of Monrovia’s Boards, Commissions and Council; highlighting the work these groups do in the Monrovia Community and explaining how residents can become involved.

 

Good Planning = Good Places

Craig Jimenez, Monrovia Planning Manager

City planning is not usually a topic that many people think about, but its affects impact you more than you probably realize.  Learn about how good planning helped to get Monrovia where it is today and where we’re going.  


Session 2: 11:25 AM - 12:15 PM

Bullying: Prevention & Intervention

Encarnacion Cervantes, Boy Scout Troop Leader

This class focuses on enabling adults and parents to increase their awareness of the incidence and effects of bullying in order to create an anti-bullying culture in their home and school.

 

Maintaining our Habitat Begins with You

Sharon Gallant, Environmental Management Analyst II

We live amidst a concrete jungle, but Monrovia is a special place to live.  Come learn how to make your home and community “clean”  “green” and “eco-friendly.”

 

You are the Government

Mayor Mary Ann Lutz

“…government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth.”  What can we do to be the strong foundation our government requires?

 

Effective Consultation and Collaboration

Sylvester Scott, Professor

This workshop is designed to assist individuals to communicate and collaborate more effectively in interpersonal and collective endeavors.

 

Building Together:  It Takes an MVP Team

Ulises Gutierrez, MAP Leader & Community Organizer

Participants will be introduced to practices and concepts that will develop their personal skills as organizers.  Great community efforts are launched to success by first developing the “who & how.”

 

Housing Rights Workshop

Marisol Arzate, Director of Outreach & Education

This workshop explores basic tenant & landlord rights and responsibilities such as rent increases, evictions, repairs and more.  Additionally, learn about Fair Housing and Housing Discrimination Laws.

 

When Living Alone is not Enough

Rev. Douglas Edwards

Living alone as a senior can lead to isolation, depression and illness.  Learn about the many choices and resources available in the area to help seniors live longer and healthier. 

 

Session 3: 1:25 PM - 2:20 PM

Mayor's Bus Tour

Mayor Mary Ann Lutz

Join Mayor Mary Ann Lutz as she guides you through a 40 minute tour of Monrovia exploring historic landmarks, new developments and other sites that make Monrovia unique.

 

What Would YOU Do?

Nancy Matthews, Community Organizer

Participants will be presented with a variety of neighbor-to-neighbor situations and learn/share problem solving skills to best address them in a manner which promotes community.

 

Cyber Bullying

Encarnacion Cervantes, Boy Scout Troup Leader

Bullying has taken a new medium with Social Media.  Awareness of your child’s cyber options can help you take preventative measures against bullying and how to combat it. 

 

American Red Cross – Prepare U

Tamara White, American Red Cross Community Coordinator

Los Angeles County residents face the possibility of a range of disasters.  American Red Cross helps increase public awareness by helping the community prevent, prepare and respond to emergencies.

 

Homebuyer workshop     

Diane Balsamo, Wells Fargo Bank

All you need to know about financing and refinancing your home.

 

Broken Windows:  Rebuilding Neighborhood Pride

Mike Jiles, Code Enforcement Educator

Build and maintain neighborhood pride and community satisfaction by learning how to prevent issues even before they start and how to intervene when problems do arise.

 

Spanish Speaking Workshops

Session/Taller 1 -

¡Usted es un líder!

(You are a Leader!)

Este taller está diseñado para motivar y comprometer a los participantes a como participar en la comunidad a través del liderazgo y el servicio.

 

Session/Taller 2 -

Soñadores de Monrovia: ¡Siguiendo su sueño!

(MONROVIA’s DREAMERS: Stepping into the dream!)

Patty Corrales, abogada en la ley

Este taller se concentrará en ofrecer las últimas noticias sobre Acción Diferida y la larga esperada Reforma Migratoria.  Miembros de la comunidad también aprenderán de los esfuerzos locales para apoyar a nuestros miembros de la comunidad.

 

Session/Taller 3 -

Qué es lo siguiente: ¡Captar el espíritu Monrovia en su Idioma!

(What’s NEXT: Catch the Monrovia spirit en Español!)

Ulises Gutiérrez, Comuñita Organizar

Este taller facilitara la discusión entre los participantes a cómo podemos poner en práctica los recursos y asociaciones de la Conferencia en nuestra vida diaria, juntos.

 

Sponsored By:

MAP – Wells Fargo – Monrovia Unified School District

 



Have questions about MAP Neighborhood Conference? Contact Monrovia Area Partnership

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Monrovia High School
845 West Colorado Blvd
Monrovia, CA 91016

Saturday, August 10, 2013 from 9:30 AM to 3:00 PM (PDT)


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Monrovia Area Partnership

The Monrovia Area Partnership (MAP) is a program using people to build community.  We are a partnership of residents, agencies and city departments, partnering our unique skills, knowledge and expertise to make Monrovia a strong and vibrant community.

 Since 2006, MAP has worked year round to develop and promote programs that enhance public trust, practice effective problem solving and educate residents on the subjects of neighborhood safety and community pride.  Just like you, our goal is to support the growth of a healthy community.

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