Our guest speaker this week is Greta Gissel, the Executive Director of Connect Kootenai. Connect Kootenai is a rebranding of the organization previously known as CDA 2030. The group is a nonprofit, community-based organization responsible for creating and implementing the long-range vision for greater Coeur d’Alene. During a recent presentation to the Ignite CDA board, Gissel said the organization looks to strengthen relationships, improve communication, raise community involvement and, most important, spark action.
Join us this Friday at noon online to learn more about the rebranding and Coeur d’Alene’s vision for the future.
ABOUT OUR MEETINGS
The Democrat Club meets each Friday at noon online. We distribute a Zoom link for our club meetings each Thursday prior to the meeting date. Contact Phil at email@example.com or Ruben at firstname.lastname@example.org, to request the link or assistance connecting. We will return to in person/online meetings as soon as it becomes safe to do so. You can find videos of past Club meetings at KootenaiCountyDemClub.com/Meeting Videos.
About CDA 2030 (aka Connect Kootenai)
Established in 2013, CDA 2030 started from an idea to ask the community about its vision for greater Coeur d’Alene. The input of thousands of citizens was incorporated into one cohesive vision that represented the citizens of greater Coeur d’Alene’s shared dream for what our community should be for future generations.