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Colorado Mountain College to host community conversation for 2024 Common Reader program

The discussion will take place at CMC Vail Valley on April 16

Colorado Mountain College鈥檚 "Rediscovering Common Ground" community conversation, based on 2024 Common Reader book, "The Bill of Obligations," is coming to five CMC communities this spring. The series comes to CMC Vail Valley at Edwards on April 16.
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As part of its “Rediscovering Common Ground” series, Colorado Mountain College is presenting a community conversation at CMC Vail Valley on the evening of Tuesday, April 16. The event is part of CMC’s 2024 Common Reader program featuring the Richard Haass bestseller, “The Bill of Obligations: The Ten Habits of Good Citizens.”

This nonpartisan event is free and all community members are welcomed and encouraged to attend. 

The event’s purpose is to bring together community members 鈥 regardless of background or viewpoint 鈥 to listen and understand each other around issues of division affecting the country during this national election year. Attendees will practice ideas in “The Bill of Obligations,” such as remaining civil, promoting the common good and staying open to compromise. 



Moderated by Dr. Matt Gianneschi, CMC’s chief operating officer and chief of staff, the evening will open with a video of “The Bill of Obligations” by the author, an American diplomat under four presidents. The evening will also include the perspectives of local officials and residents.    

Complementary copies of “The Bill of Obligations” are at CMC Vail Valley at Edwards and are available at the front desk for pick-up. 

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“Rediscovering Common Ground,” will run from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 16, at CMC Vail Valley at Edwards (150 Miller Ranch Road, Edwards). For more information, call 970-569-2900 or visit聽.


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