Turning the Tide Together this Spring  

by | May 27, 2024 | News

The Spring 2024 issue of The Bulletin, which is on its way to mailboxes, focuses on the Mission’s partners and how leaning into these partnerships will help create thriving communities. This issue builds on last Fall’s issue of The Bulletin which shared how the communities the Mission serves voiced their hopes and fears about the future in 17 listening sessions. Following these sessions, the Mission began reflecting about how they can continue to show up. In his opening letter, Mission President John Zavodny writes, “The way forward is a reaffirmation of the Mission’s first principles: trust, compassion, and working together. 

The main story in this issue of The Bulletin expands on these ideas and how the Mission is committed to creating thriving communities through partnerships. Throughout the piece, John shares the key concepts of this work: community, partnership and thriving and how the Mission is defining these words. The story also features examples of the partnerships the Mission has that are already supporting communities.  

The cover of "The Bulletin" Spring 2024 that reads "Turning the Tide Together" with a photo of a person with a trash bag walking on a beach.

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Elsewhere in The Bulletin, we share more of our impact and the work we are doing with our partner organizations. One story highlights how volunteers from Island Institute and community members have helped the Mission with clean-up after two devastating storms in January. There are also stories about partnerships with the MDI Biological Laboratory and Sunrise County Economic Council. 

To view the digital version of The Bulletin Spring 2024 issue, please visit our Publications page.  

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