We’re already a month into 2019 and that means it’s time for our first IHTC Quarterly Meeting of the New Year!
Join representatives from the IHTC footprint on Monday, February 11th from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. as we discuss updates throughout the region and strategies for moving developing trails forward.
This meeting will be about more than just corridor updates as we’re partnering with Susan Loucks from the Bayer Center for Non-profit Management to offer an engaging session titled “Invigorating and Expanding Your Members and Leadership.” Here’s what Susan has to say about the session:
Community members are the life blood of trail groups, and it’s critical to keep your finger on the pulse. This session will explore strategies for recruiting new people into your organization, maintaining their interest, and cultivating leadership within your member base. You’ll leave with ideas that grow your capacity, and yet are manageable without paid staff.
Please RSVP to Deb Frawley at email@example.com so that we know who to expect and have an accurate count for lunches!
Here are some other helpful details :
Bayer Center for Non-profit Management
339 Sixth Avenue, Suite 750
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
A variety of options are available for parking and alternate transportation. Please see the websites below for information.
PLEASE NOTE: Parking garages fill quickly, so allow yourself extra time in case the garage you wish to use is already full.
This garage is located behind the building, with an entrance on Liberty Avenue, as well as an entrance on Smithfield Street.
Mellon Square Garage
This garage is a half block away, on the other side of the street from the building.
This garage is approximately two blocks from the building on Oliver Avenue. It can hold over-sized vehicles.
Greyhound/Grant Street Garage
From the Greyhound garage, walk approximately one block down Grant Street and turn right on Liberty Avenue. Walk approximately two blocks down Liberty and left onto Sixth Avenue for one block to the building. While this garage is the farthest away, there are almost always spaces available, no matter what time of day.
Busways & “T” Light Rail System
There are numerous buses that stop in close proximity to our building. The “T” has a station at Wood Street that is just one block from the building.