Washington Governor Jay Inslee, the Thurston County Board of Commissioners, and the Olympia City Council have each proclaimed October as Community Conflict Resolution Month. October 17th has been designated, internationally, as Conflict Resolution Day.
Please join us, and all 21 member of the Resolution Washington network, in celebration of the power of strengthening connections through communication and conflict resolution.
We want to express our gratitude to everyone who helps advance our vision of a South Sound community that has a uses healthy and respectful conflict resolution skills. Your involvement and support - as a volunteer, a donor, a community partner - is making this vision a reality - one connection at a time.
As we strive to strengthen our service capacity in response to increasing and evolving community needs, your advocacy, time and financial support is critical in this effort.
Each year, we help thousands of our neighbors move through conflict with confidence, integrity and respect. This is an achievement worth celebrating - this month and throughout the year.
Thurston County Commissioners Tye Menser (left), John Hutchings (center) and Gary Edwards (right), presented their proclamation for Community Conflict Resolution Month to DRC Board member Robin Campbell and Community Engagement Manager Joe Sanders at their September 24th meeting.
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