News from Possible Dreams 2015                             

March 5, 2015
Big Turnout, High Energy
Initial Reports
Follow-Up Meetings
10-for-10 Projects
Big Turnout, High Energy
Over 125 people came out on Monday night, March 2, to share their hopes and dreams about topics submitted in advance by community members.  This year's turnout was one of the largest yet, and included more young adults than ever before. New leadership voices, new connections, new partnership ideas, and a strong spirit of cooperation were evident in the group discussions and quick reports. 
Initial Reports from Topic Groups      
Eighteen different topic groups met at Possible Dreams, and each created a brief initial report of its discussion.  Some have immediate follow-up steps, while others may announce follow-up over the coming weeks and months. To access all of the Topic Group Reports, please click here.  For additional information provided by some of the group conveners, please click on one or more of the titles listed below.  These reports, and any updates, may also found on our website.


Topic N Attachment--Letter from Superintendent Scully


Topic P Attachment--Acre, Urban Village Montessori 


Topic P YouTube Link--Acre, Urban Village Montessori

Follow-Up Meetings Announced So Far
Some topic conveners have announced follow-up meetings; the ones we have in hand so far are listed here, with contact links for each.
March 10--Haverhill Matters Monthly Meeting:  Organizing a cooperatively owned local news source.  Meeting at 6:30 pm at Fox Center, 75 Elm Street.  Contact John Cuneo
March 16--Merrimack Valley Food Coop Monthly Meeting:  Organizing a cooperatively owned grocery store located in Haverhill.  Meeting from 5 to 7 pm at Lakeview Kitchen in Bradford.  Contact Dana Clawson.
March 23--"InsideOut Haverhill" Community Photo Shoot:  Seeking community members to come and be photographed for temporary public art installation slated for late June in Wingate Street area.  Photo session from 3 to 7 pm at Maria's Function Room, 81 Essex Street.  Contact Linda Germain.

March 23--Youth Engagement Follow-Up Meeting:  5 to 7 pm at Haverhill Public Library, Milhendler Room.  Continuing the discussion from Possible Dreams about engaging youth to reduce high-risk activity and inspire community involvement.  Hosted by POSE (Power of Self-Education).  Contact Katrina Everett.
April 25--Winnekenni Basin Cleanup:  Basin cleanup tentatively scheduled during Earth Day Cleanup on 4/25, provided that enough additional volunteers sign on. Contact Tom Sullivan to volunteer.
Ten-for-Ten Projects Announced
In celebration of Team Haverhill's tenth year, ten mini-projects were selected from about two dozen excellent submissions.  These projects were announced at Possible Dreams last Monday night. Read the full list of 10-for-10 Projects.  Projects five through nine will be looking for volunteers.  If you would like to on the list to receive information about one or more of these volunteer opportunities (all less than a day), please contact the Team Haverhill volunteer coordinator.
About Team Haverhill
Team Haverhill is an independent, volunteer action group dedicated to making Haverhill a better place to live, learn, work and play. We pursue this purpose by fostering civic dialogue, organizing hands-on projects, creating a more informed public, and advocating for positive change. Most months of the year, we meet on the second Monday from 7-9 pm. See upper right-hand block for next meeting date and location. Anyone is welcome to attend a meeting. For more information about us, visit www.teamhaverhill.orgQuestions and comments may be emailed to [email protected].  Mailing address:  PO Box 5034, Haverhill, MA 01835.
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