12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
July 14, 2022
Bring Your Lunch & Learn
Historic Structures – When to Preserve, Reuse, or Tear Down.
Jackie Hoist, Genesee County Historical Society and H2A Architecture
Christina Kelly, Director of Planning and Neighborhood Revitalization, Genesee County Land Bank
Sessions are free and last approximately one hour.
Bring a sack lunch and join us at Applewood as we delve into topics related to history, civic participation, and the legacy of industrialist and philanthropist Charles Stewart Mott. Throughout the Bring Your Lunch & Learn series we will explore how we as residents can be informed about and involved in topics in our communities. We believe the enduring legacy of C.S. and Ruth Mott was their extraordinary commitment to civic participation. We welcome conversations from multiple viewpoints and our goal is not to advocate for one particular outcome or another, but to help create dialogue around the process of making decisions that impact a community.
Bring Your Lunch & Learn is held at 12 p.m. on the second Thursday of every month through September.
Aug. 11: When to Save a Tree and When to Tear it Down
Sept. 8: Pros & Cons of a Historic District or Designation