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Lynchburg Rising: Events

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We will be hosting and participating in many events around Lynchburg. Come meet us in person!

November 19, 2022: Lynchburg Community Market – 1219 N. Main Street

November 28, 2022: Your Voice Matters: A Conversation on Environmental Justice for Youth in Lynchburg

December 13, 2022: White Rock Neighborhood Meeting – White Rock Baptist Church (401 Florida Avenue, Lynchburg)

February 4, 2023: Diamond Hill Neighborhood Meeting – Diamond Hill Center (17th Street, Lynchburg)

March 4, 2023: Youth Summit: Taking the Lead 2023: “I Am Enough… My Time to Shine” – Jubilee Family Center (1512 Florida Avenue, Lynchburg)

March 11, 2023: Fairview Heights Neighborhood Meeting – Fairview Center (3621 Campbell Avenue, Lynchburg)

March 15, 2023: League of Women Voters Meeting – GLTC Transfer Station Meeting Room (800 Kemper Street, 2nd Floor, Lynchburg)

April 1, 2023: Tinbridge Hill Neighborhood Meeting – Yoder Center (109 Jackson Street, Lynchburg)

April 14-15, 2023: Environmental Justice Roundtable at the Race & Social Justice Conference – University of Lynchburg

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