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Quick 5: Bridges Out of Poverty will host a workshop | Lifestyles

Muskogee Bridges Out of Poverty’s Treasure McKenzie talks about next Wednesday’s workshop.

1 What is the aim of the workshop?

“The purpose of this community workshop is to explain how a local program, Muskogee Bridges Out Of Poverty, is accomplishing the impossible – reducing generational poverty – and how Muskogee has become a national model for success.

2 How does someone benefit from their participation?

“It will help you and your business / organization find out why ‘middle class’ solutions to poverty are not producing the results we are looking for and what is working. “

3 What are the themes of the workshop?

“This session contains case studies, videos, simple exercises, fun stories, testimonials and real solutions.”

4 How often are the courses held?

“A few times a year or on demand for professional development training for staff.”

5 Who pays for the training?

“This training is free to participants and is funded by the City of Muskogee Foundation and sponsored by the Bank of Oklahoma.”

– Ronn Rowland

If you are going to

WHAT: Bridges workshop to get out of poverty.

WHY: To learn about the complexities of poverty, the effects it has on the residents of Muskogee.

O: Connors State College Port Campus, 2501 N. 41St. E.

WHEN: 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Wednesday.

RSVP: Required, RSVP to Treasure McKenzie at [email protected]