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For our last session before we break for the summer, we want to talk about authenticity. Saving the world depends on our ability to be real with each other, but what we often see in the world around us are people playing roles (republican, democrat, conservative, free-thinker, environmentalist, intellectual, etc.) or withdrawing from conversations when they get tough - right when we need to remain engaged the most.

What does it mean to “be real”? How does this manifest in ourselves and others? ...Maybe you disagree… we’d like to hear why.

We’d also like to give some thought as to where you’d like this Meetup to go. We have some ideas that we think would be beneficial as we focus on ’Saving the World’, but we’d like to hear from you as well.

Joe and Mike will be facilitating this meetup using simplified models to help us wrap our minds around some very complex ideas.

NOTE: We usually meet during the first Thursday of each month, but are unable to meet in June, hence the date of May 30th. Apologies if this causes any inconvenience.

We're excited to be partnered with the Fredricksen Library in Camp Hill for our Meetup to Save the World meetings. They will be hosting our discussions on the first Thursday of each month (space is limited).

Please RSVP right here in to reserve your spot.

This event is free and you do not have to be a member of Fredricksen library in order to attend.

Looking forward to seeing you there!