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Does civility matter to you? Can we set a positive civil example for students?

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HARVARD — Town government has experienced board and committee vacancies. Many times the reason is the lack of civil, respective behavior of the members.

How do we engage broader participation?

How can we foster civil discourse?

Can the town adopt a plan of action that has been effectively used in other towns?

Can we create a role model for our children?

The Harvard League of Women Voters is embarking on a program to explore and understand the meaning of civility and to work to ensure constructive dialogue and collaboration as Harvard addresses significant issues in the coming years. Please join us for this conversation and bring your children to participate in the discussion.

The meeting will be held Nov. 10, at 2 p.m. at the Center on the Common.

For information, go to lwvharvard.org/lwvh_civilitymatters.htm.

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