Grant Study Circle presents forum on publicity in Braham

Representatives of Rum River Stage Arts, the Braham Area Community Center, and Tusen Tack, shared information about grant successes and opportunities at a recent Grant Study Circle in Braham.  Photo by V. S. Arrowsmith.

Representatives of Rum River Stage Arts, the Braham Area Community Center, and Tusen Tack, shared information about grant successes and opportunities at a recent Grant Study Circle in Braham. Photo by V. S. Arrowsmith.

The East Central Minnesota Grant Study Circle invites area residents to a special forum at 2 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 24, at the new Braham Area Community Center.

The focus is on promotion and publicity, including print and social media.

Presenters will share their experiences in promoting non-profit and for-profit events, and media representatives will talk about what they need on the receiving end of press releases and publicity materials. The forum is free, sponsored by We R Able, and is open to people interested in promoting their events.

Presenters are Jon Tatting of the Isanti County News in Cambridge and ECM Post Review in North Branch; Judith Kissner of Scout & Morgan Books in Cambridge; Karen Amundson of the Mora Area Chamber of Commerce; and Connie Reilly of Braham Country Floral.

The notion of a study circle began in Sweden, and it means each participant takes responsibility to contribute to the group’s learning. Members propose items for the agenda or themes to study over a pre-determined period of time. For more information call 320-358-1211.

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