EBBC: Yes On Measure B1 Training

From EBBC:

Join us for a quick 1-hour training on our Yes On B1 campaign. Then, get ready to help us convince voters that Measure B1 is a great transportation plan that is great for bikes. We need help postering, flyering, phone banking, outreach at events, speaking to groups, writing letters to the editor, keeping the conversation going on social media, an more.

While the East Bay Bicycle Coalition enthusiastically endorses Measure B1, the Alameda Free Library does not advocate or endorse the viewpoints of meetings or meeting room users. Publicity notices/public fliers promoting a meeting must be shown to the library employee in charge of the meeting room, for approval (by initials), prior to distribution.  The Library does not promote programs held by outside organizations in the Library meeting room(s).

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