This week: October 27, 2017 - Claes Ryn - The Polical and Economic Effects of the Vanishing American Adult
October 27: Claes Ryn - The Polical and Economic Effects of the Vanishing American Adult
November 3: Jim Resnick - Straight Talk About Home Fire Safety: What You Need to Know in Order to Stay Safe"

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11/3: Jim Resnick, Program Manager (Contractor), Senior Outreach & Educaon, Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service

November 3rd

Straight Talk About Home Fire Safety: What You Need to Know in Order to Stay Safe

There is a new, Maryland Smoke Alarm Law effecve 1/1/2018. What is the law and what does it mean to you? What is this talk that I’ve heard about 10 year baery smoke alarms? If I live in a house, do I need to get an electrician and wire all of my smoke alarms together? If I live in a condominium do I have to get a 10-year baery smoke alarm? What is “Plan A, Plan B, and Plan C when it comes to escaping a fire in my home? Jim Resnick from the Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service will provide answers to these and other life -saving quesons and concerns.


10/27: Claes Ryn – The Polical and Economic Effects of the Vanishing American Adult

October 20th

Claes will talk about polical power: Hollywood, media, big corporaons that finance senate campaigns that get carve outs, unions, and foreign interests. Public mores and atudes precede polical/ economic effect.


10/20 Shane Rock, Execuve Director of Interfaith Works – Update on the Family Independence Project

October 20th

About Interfaith Works Administrave Offices – next to Rockville United Methodist Church 114 West Montgomery Ave., Rockville, MD 20850; 301.762.8682 Interfaith Works, founded in 1972, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit agency and a non-sectarian interfaith coalion of more than 165 affiliated congregaons of diverse faiths, working together to meet the needs of the poor and homeless in Montgomery County, Md.

Chief Execuve Officer Shane Rock joined Interfaith Works following an extensive career in the nonprofit, social service and advocacy worlds. Aer graduang from law school, he became execuve director of Good Neighbor Mission, a homeless shelter in rural Tennessee helping people living in extreme poverty. In the two decades that have followed, Shane’s career has encompassed a range of social jusce concerns while remaining focused on helping people who lack economic opportunity. Most recently, Shane was director of operaons for senior services for the Jewish Social Services Agency in Rockville. He has a bachelor of arts degree in government and philosophy from Oberlin College and a J.D. from Vanderbilt University Law School.