There will be a "one-of-its-kind" event coming up next week for Broward County community associations. The Broward Coalition will be holding its first "Share and Learn" Workshop: What Every Association Needs to Know event at the Sunrise Lakes Phase 1 Clubhouse at 8100 Sunrise Lakes Drive North, Sunrise, FL 33322.
The purpose of this event is to provide a forum for education, discussion and even a little bit of entertainment for those of you involved in community association living!
The event will take place from 9:00 am to 1:30 pm. There will be a panel of experts and plenty of Q and A time for those in attendance. Breakfast & Lunch will be served for everyone in attendance and there is NO admission fee although attendees are asked to bring one non-perishable food item for the Cooperative Feeding Program. There will be 21 door prizes awarded in addition to two $250.00 gift certificates (winners of all prizes must be present to collect their prize).
I am proud to serve as the Broward Coalition's Pro Bono Legal Advisor. What does that mean? I try to answer a lot of association questions for the Broward Coalition members the same way I do in this blog. The Broward Coalition serves the interests of more than 200 community associations in Broward County and that number is growing. Their board is comprised of so many talented and dedicated people and is led by well-known community advocate and activist, Charlotte Greenbarg. You may have read about Charlotte lately in her fight to make sure the Broward School Board and other elected Broward County officials actually do the job we elected them to do.
I hope as many of you as possible are free to join us on November 13th for this amazing event. Please RSVP to Mary Macfie by November 10th if you will be attending via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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