Group organizing forum on future of Mount Abe

BRISTOL — The Steering Committee of an organization called the 5-Town Community Forum is arranging another forum for Saturday, March 31, to discuss the future physical needs of Mount Abraham Union High School. The meeting will be held at Mount Abe from 9-11:30 a.m.
The first 5-Town Community Forum held at Bristol Elementary School on Jan. 6 drew more than 70 people who had very lively and positive conversations on the future of the 50-year-old high school building.
At this point, the March 31 forum will have two rooms: one focusing on learning (education) and the other focusing on Mount Abe as a 5-town community center (economy, ecology and equity). These conversations will celebrate and build upon the results of the Jan. 6 meeting and more.
A preview sent out by David Brynn said that a “plenary session will imagine a collaborative, informative, inspiring, empowering process to engage the whole 5-Town Community in the future of Mount Abe Union High. Please keep your eyes out for more information and plan to attend.”
He promised that, as happened at the Jan. 6 forum, “all ideas will be heard, recorded, shared and celebrated.”

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