Folks joined us from as far away as Brazil and South Africa and we had participants from all across the U.S. – what an international and diverse group of people! I love it!
I especially enjoyed our Virtual Social Hour and getting to chat with people informally – there were great views, cute babies and fun facts about where we all are from and where we live – we even had someone join from Kansas! LOL!
We’d love to hear your thoughts (panelists too!) about the event and we would especially like to learn what we can do to improve for our next virtual or live (hopefully!) event.
A short survey (only 10 questions, it should take less than 2 minutes) was sent out over the weekend – check your spam folders, sometimes these things end up there or in the “promotions” folder if you use gmail. 🙂
If you did not get the survey for some reason, you can also click HERE to access it. Thanks for your feedback and suggestions!
Did you miss the event? You can check out MAPA’s Facebook event page to learn more.
And, if you’re looking for more ways to get involved and stay connected to MAPA, you can join Team MAPA for the 8th Annual Pam’s Run/Walk happening later this month (virtually October 18-24 and in Wayland, October 24th at 9 AM).
A strong and connected community is a healthy and happy community!
Looking forward to connecting with you soon!
With lots of light and positive vibes, Drita
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