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Civic Events for Fri., Nov. 22
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    2020 Point in Time Count Volunteers Needed

    ECHO is looking for 800 volunteers to make its annual count of everyone experiencing homelessness in Austin and Travis County a success. The 2020 count takes place Jan. 25. Anyone 18 or older can participate; volunteers will work in teams counting folks in their assigned area. Others can collect donations for the care packages distributed during the count.
    Nov. 18-Jan. 21  
    Online
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    Apply for Staff the Movement

    Apply for this training course intended to raise the quality of Texas’ Democratic campaigns. Participants will learn how to run for office or effectively run a campaign.
    Application deadline: Mon., Dec. 2, 8am  
    Online
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    Coat & Menstruation Product Drive

    Donations and volunteers are needed to help AJC and FLoCode provide coats and menstruation products to those experiencing homelessness. See website for requested donations.
    Through Nov. 22. Volunteer day: Sun., Nov. 24, noon-3pm  
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    Creative Entrepreneur Talk

    A luncheon specifically for local creatives on how to bring business into your practice. Speaker is Anuradha Naimpally, founder and artistic director ​of Austin Dance India.
    Fri., Nov. 22, 11:30am-1pm. Free with RSVP.  
    Greater Austin Asian Chamber of Commerce, 8001 Centre Park #160
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    Listening Session: Cameron and Dessau Roads

    Stop by whenever to help the Austin Transportation Department better understand the safety and mobility needs for people using Cameron Road and Dessau Road (51st Street to Parmer Lane). Your input will help identify improvement projects. For those who can’t attend, see the online survey, open Nov. 21 through Dec. 22.
    Online: Nov. 21-Dec. 22  
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    Marketplace Health Insurance Open Enrollment

    During open enrollment, Foundation Communities' Prosper Centers can help you get insurance coverage, switch plans, and track down financial assistance with their (pretty awesome) team of experts.
    Mon.-Thu., 9am-7pm; Fri.-Sat., 9am-1pm. Free.  
    2600 W. Stassney Ln.
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    Melanated Book Drive

    Community Advocacy & Healing Project hosts their annual POC book drive for the holidays so donate or offer your volunteer services when it comes time to distribute.: Community members are also invited to attend check-ins at the Carver Museum (1161 Angelina), on Thu., Nov. 21 and Mon., Nov. 25, 6:30-8:30pm.
    Drop off: Monday Friday, Oct. 17-Dec. 4, 9am-3pm  
    Mission Capital, 8303 N. Mopac Expy
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    Stakeholder Meeting: RSMP & UWSCF Payment Structure

    The Watershed Protection Dept. leads a discussion on updating the payment structure for the Regional Stormwater Management Program and the Urban Watershed Structural Control Fund.
    Fri., Nov. 22, 9:30-11:30am  
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    Volunteers Needed to Make a Difference During Tax Season

    United Way of Williamson County is looking for volunteers to help with free tax prep services in Georgetown, Hutto, Leander, Liberty Hill, and Taylor. Work includes tax prep, translating, and greeting. No prior experience necessary, as a free training is provided, complete with IRS certification.: The sites will be open from Jan. 28 through April 15. Bilingual folks are sorely needed. Email, call, or visit the website for more info.
    Nov. 22-Jan. 23  
    Apply online

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