The Humanities Council of Washington, DC invites you, your neighbors, associates and every DC enthusiast you know to join us Tuesday, June 20 for the Humanities Council of Washington, DC's community dialogue "Our Stories, Our Voices, Our City" at the Charles Sumner School. Presenters are listed in the announcement below. A separate announcement has been attached for you to post. Register today - Admission is FREE and includes dinner. Call 202-387-8391, ext. 30 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For immediate release
June 12, 2006
Contact: Michon Boston
202-387-8391 – Humanities Council of Washington , DC
WHAT: Our Stories, Our Voices, Our City
The D.C. Community Heritage Project
A community dialogue on collecting and preserving D.C. community heritage and history presented by the Humanities Council of Washington, DC
WHEN: Tuesday, June 20, 2006
5:30 – 9 p.m.
WHERE: Charles Sumner School
1201 Seventeenth Street, NW
Washington , DC
Light meal provided.
Admission Free. Reservations required.
Call 202-387-8391, ext. 30, or email email@example.com .
How can we help local residents to collect, inform, and preserve the heritage, history and culture of DC's communities? Evening includes panel sessions with local community cultural and historical preservationists.
Clarence Davis and William Branch, Office of Public Records/DC Archvies
Eileen Torres , DC Salsa Network
Parisa Norouzi and Ingrid Drake, Empower DC ( Ivy City )
Elizabeth Davis , John Philip Sousa Middle School (Making the Case to Save Sousa)
Co-sponsors: NEH "We the People" program, District of Columbia Office of Planning Historic Preservation Office, National Trust for Historic Preservation through the Dorothea de Schweinitz Preservation Fund for Washington, DC , and the Project on Civic Reflection.