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321 Millennials Events

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Calendar

June 2018

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  • 321M Connect Meeting
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  • 321 Board Meeting - June 7th (Video)
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3 weeks ago

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June is here which means Hurricane Season has started!
Preparing your yard waste and debris properly will expedite the clean-up process in case a storm does occur.
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3 weeks ago

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Saturday was such a success! We had about 20 people sorting and measuring oysters with the Brevard Zoo!Saturday was such a success! We had about 20 people sorting and measuring oysters with the Brevard Zoo! ... See MoreSee Less

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3 weeks ago

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The mural outside CrossFit Rise Above is on the verge of being removed. If you have any desire to see the mural stay in our community, please send an email!Art Supporters! Your voice is needed NOW. The Matt Gondek mural in the Eau Gallie Arts District (EGAD) is under threat of being removed. Melbourne City Council and Planning and Zoning Board Members MUST hear our voices. PLEASE take action right now in the following manner:

1. SEND AN EMAIL immediately to the following Melbourne City Council and Planning and Zoning Board members:

Betty.Moore@mlbfl.org
Yvonne.Minus@mlbfl.org
Debbie.Thomas@mlbfl.org
Teresa.Lopez@mlbfl.org
Tim.Thomas@mlbfl.org
Kathy.Meehan@mlbfl.org
Paul.Alfrey@mlbfl.org
cheryl.dean@mlbfl.org

2. Use as your subject line: I Support the Matt Gondek mural in Eau Gallie.

3. Briefly say why you support the mural. Feel free to copy/paste any of these below, or write your own.
• I support diverse expression within our arts district, NOT CENSORSHIP.
• I respect the expertise of the Melbourne Historical and Architectural Review Board (HARB), and their APPROVAL OF THE MURAL in January.
• Art allows Melbourne to show it's many personalities.
• With murals there are enough walls to have something for everyone - the first EGAD mural was for older history lovers, and the newest attract the young tech companies.
• Art is intended to provoke thought, and does not always have to be comfortable to be appropriate.
• Exciting, diverse art draws people and is REVITALIZING EGAD, as per their mission. This wonderful art was all privately funded.

4. If you are a local voter, please say so!

5. DO NOT BASH or insult any businesses or opponents of the mural. Let's maintain the high road.

6. Finally, PLEASE SHARE this with three friends. We have until June 5 to get as many emails as possible! Please comment below DONE when you send your emails!

THANK YOU!
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