a continental breakfast to include pastries and breads or breakfast muffins, fruit salad, whole fruit, fruit juices, and coffee or tea. There will be vegan and gluten-free options. $12 per person in advance. Some scholarship assistance is available. Please reserve by Monday, December 5th to ensure a seat. No guarantee of open unreserved seating on day of event.
on “Opportunities through Transition” with Marcia Eames-Sheavly, garden-based learning educator since 1984 and Senior Extension Associate and Senior Lecturer (emerita) with the Cornell University School of Integrative Plant Science Horticulture Section. Now an ICF Certified Integral Professional Coach and Courage & Renewal Facilitator, Marcia facilitates meaningful conversations among her colleagues and in her communities, aiming to manifest the dispositions that she believes are central to personal growth and social welfare: reflective practice, inclusivity, creative collaboration, and deep listening.
the achievements of our retiring board and program committee members.
your thoughts on our major program directions. CCE-Tompkins’ connections in the community are among its greatest assets.
MEET...community members, collaborators, and others who share interests in Extension’s work. A brief meeting to elect board members be held.
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2022 Annual Meeting Responses
235 S. Cayuga Street
Ithaca, New York 14850
Last updated November 28, 2022