The Greensboro Partnership holds another Idea Slam today at Geeksboro from 8 – 9:30 a.m. The goal is to generate and “energize” entrepreneurial ideas. Apparently slots for speakers and listeners is filling up. The event is held once a month in 2014.
At the same time, the Ten-Year Plan Commission on Homelessness meets at United Way in Forsyth County, as does the city of Winston-Salem’s finance committee.
Need lunch plans? Camel City Grill sets up with Krankie’s Airstream from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. at Coffee Park. Or, join SynerG’s Leadership Lunch & Learn about “Greensboro’s immigration story.” The noon talk at Action Greensboro’s office features a panel with attorney Anna McLeod, FaithAction Director David Fraccaro, FaithAction assistant and immigrant outreach coordinator Endy Mendez and Greensboro Police Capt. Michael Richey.
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