THANK YOU for your interest in this event. We have postponed the panel until Spring 2013 Hull House: Could it happen here? A Frank Hijikata COMMUNITY BUILDING SERIES EVENT The Hull House Association had more than 50 programs at over 40 sites throughout Chicago and served over 60,000 individuals every year. Yet, after 122 years it had to close its doors and file for bankruptcy. Could it happen in Minnesota where we have a strong tradition and rich history in the settlement house approach to community building?Join us Saturday morning November 10th for breakfast and an interactive discussion of missed opportunities, community dynamics and organizational sustainability. Kate Barr, Executive Director of Nonprofit Assistance Fund and Adjunct Faculty member in Hamline's Nonprofit Masters Program, will facilitate a discussion with Twin Cites leaders in community building. We will examine what happened to Hull House and the warning signs as well as prudent responses to the challenges today's nonprofits face. Panelist include:Armando Camacho, Executive Director of Neighborhood HouseDan Rodriquez, Executive Director of Merrick Community ServicesJennifer Blevins, Director of Brian Coyle CenterSponsorsThe program is sponsored by the Hamline School of Business Master in Nonprofit Management Program, BankCherokee, MACC Alliance of Connected Communities, and the Nonprofit Graduate Student Organization. WHEN: Postponed to Spring 2013WHERE: Hamline University * Anderson Center 1536 Hewitt Avenue * Saint Paul, Minnesota Parking:Parking is allowed in all university surface parking lots for this event. No permit necessary. Parking is also available in the Anderson Center Parking Garage at a rate of $1.50 per hour.Registration Fee $10 (cash or check will be taken at the door)*Breakfast will be provided REGISTRATION Please complete and return the RSVP below by Friday, November 2, 2012 if you plan to join us.Name: Company: Title: Phone: Email: Questions may be directed to Rob Routhieaux at email@example.com.We hope you’ll join us!