2020 Board of director's Meeting 2nd Wednesday of each month at 8:30 am. Location: Century 21 Conference Room February 12th March 11th April 8th May 13th June 10th July 8th August 12th September 9th October 14th November 10th (Tuesday, Veteran’s Day on regular meeting date) December 9th
February- Wines of Winter February- Yearly Planning Meeting TBA
March- Meet the Board Campaign- Promotion
April 24th and 25th - Red Fern Festival
May 9th- Second Saturday and Movies in the Park
June 13th - Second Saturday and Movies in The Park
July 11th- Second Saturday and Movies in The Park
August 8th- Second Saturday and Movies in the Park
September 12 - Second Saturday's and Movies in the Park
October 6th- the big Idea
November 19th- Ladies Night Out
december 5th- Cookie Stroll on Main
Meeting Times: LAST TUESDAY OF THE MONTH 3:00 PM- LIFT COFFEE BAR
Chair- Addie Wyont, Kristy Eubanks, Steven Wright
Current Projects: Merchant Monday Campaign- Slide show to be rolled on Monday in January introducing Downtown Merchants. Meet the Board Campaign - Bios and head shots of each Board member and committees,
Mark Fenton is a public health, planning, and transportation consultant who is trying to help America find its way to more active and more livable cities, towns, and neighborhoods. He works with organizations and communities around the country to build environments, policies, and programs that help to create places where more people walk, bicycle, and take transit more of the time. And its not just about healthier people. Done well, active community designs lead to economically, environmentally, and socially thriving cities, towns, and rural settings where people of all ages, abilities, and incomes lead long, vibrant lives. "Build communities that support a healthier, more physically active population, and more sustainable and enjoyable lifestyles. The pathway there, however, is very challenging."
Mark spoke at an Oklahoma Mangers training. This video of him speaking in Australia is the same presentation he delivered at our Managers training.
Jason Roberts is the founder of the Oak Cliff Transit Authority, an originator of the Better Block Project, and co-founder of the Art Conspiracy and Bike Friendly Oak Cliff. His focus on revitalizing inner-city neighborhoods was recognized with a Champions of Change award from the White House in 2012. Jason’s consulting firm, Team Better Block, has been widely recognized, including being showcased at the United States Pavilion at the Venice Biennale.