How does poverty affect our counties? Does poverty fit into a simple definition? Can you see it? As a community, we think we know those we help. Do we? Do we understand the many faces of poverty?
Join the conversation!
August 3rd through the 14th, Sieda Community Action would like to take this opportunity to hear from those in our counties. Share your experiences and your organization’s involvement in the community.
Take this time to enjoy lunch and learn how poverty affects our well-being and the community. Natalie Aeschliman, the Outreach, and Data Specialist at Sieda will explore with you the many faces of poverty and the war on poverty. For more information call Natalie at 641-682-8741 ext. 171.
The luncheons will take place in each of our seven counties during lunch from 12:00 – 1:00 pm.
Let us know you are coming by filling out the information below or visit our Sieda Community Action Events on Facebook.
August 3 – Appanoose County – Sieda Appanoose Neighborhood Resource Center, 111 N Main Street, Centerville
August 6 – Van Buren County – Community Service Building, North of the Van Buren County Hospital, Highway 1, Keosauqua
August 7 – Keokuk County – Sieda Keokuk County Resource Center, 114 West Washington, Sigourney
August 9 – Davis County – Bloomfield Public Library, Downstairs, 107 N. Columbia Street, Bloomfield
August 10 – Jefferson County – Sieda Jefferson Neighborhood Resource Center, 201 South 23rd Street, Fairfield
August 13 – Wapello County –Sieda Community Action Auditorium, 725 West Second Street, Ottumwa
August 14 – Mahaska County – Mahaska County ISU Extension Service, 212 North I Street, Oskaloosa
Please share this luncheon invite, share the word, or send a representative, all are welcome to come. We must face poverty together. We hope to see you at the meetings!