Learn how access to safe, adequate, affordable housing builds stronger communities at the Alexandria Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce’s Noontime Knowledge luncheon on Monday, March 16 from 12-1 pm at Broadway Ballroom.
Where we live matters. Housing is connected to every aspect of people’s lives and is a critical factor in financial security, academic success, and being healthy. Every person in Minnesota should have a safe, affordable place to live in a thriving community. But not all do. Come join the conversation!
Hear from Amy Reineke, Community Health Strategist of Horizon Public Health, Al Glaeseman, Assistant Director of Douglas County Housing & Redevelopment Authority, Heather Molesworth, Family & Community Services Director of West Central MN Communities Action, Lori Anderson, Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Douglas County and Jen Jabas, Executive Director of United Way of Douglas & Pope Counties. They will be speaking in a panel style on Housing and Health.
March’s Noontime Knowledge is generously supported by the Douglas County Children’s Mental Health Collaborative. The informative luncheons are held the third Monday of each month. Cost is $10 (includes lunch). No RSVP required – pay at the door. For more information, call the Alexandria Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce at 320-763-3161 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.