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You're Invited to Montana Resilience Summits

July 12, 2018View for printing

The Montana Ready Communities Initiative (MRCI) at the Department of Commerce is excited to announce the summer dates and locations for Regional Resilience Summits. These facilitated summits are open forums designed to identify relevant community shocks and stressors, share current local resources and discuss barriers to address these challenges. Information gathered will be compiled and used to guide the development of a statewide Resilience Framework. These summits are free and open to the public, and all Montanans are encouraged to participate.

Butte Area - July 23 │Butte Public Library

Missoula Area - July 24 │Missoula County Courthouse

Pablo Area - July 25 │D'Arcy McNickle Library

Kalispell Area - July 25 │Flathead County Library

Browning Area - July 26 │Medicine Spring Library

Great Falls Area - July 26 │Opportunities, Inc.

Havre Area - August 13 │Havre Hill Library

Fort Belknap Area - August 13 │Aaniih Nakoda College

Glasgow Area - August 14 │Glasgow Public Library

Poplar Area - August 14 | James E. Shanley Tribal Library

Glendive Area - August 15 │Glendive Public Library

Lewistown Area - August 27│Snowy Mountain Development Corporation

Roundup Area - August 27 | Ambulance Station

Miles City Area - August 28│Miles Community College

Hardin Area - August 28│Big Horn Community Library

Bozeman Area - August 29│Bozeman Public Library

Find more details for the statewide Summits and RSVP on the MRCI webpage or contact us at 406.841.2770 or online.

If you are unable to make it to any of the listed summits, we encourage you to participate in MRCI by taking our Statewide Resilience Survey.

Survey https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MTReadyCom

Please help us reach a wide audience by sharing this invitation with anyone you think would be interested in participating!


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