DC-Area Co-ops, Community and Service Organizations – Let’s Celebrate!

2012 Community TourCooperatives, community service and volunteer organizations in the DC-metro area are invited to come together for one evening to celebrate those who give their hearts, time and skills to strengthen our community.

The 2012 Community Tour was created by Cabot Creamery Cooperative and its fellow sponsors as a two-month program celebrating volunteers and communities. The Tour started on May 12, 2012, in Miami, Florida, and will continue 2,300 miles up the East Coast, culminating in Portland, Maine, on July 7, the International Day of Cooperatives. Learn more about the 2012 Community Tour at: http://www.cabotcommunitytour.com/

The 2012 Community Tour stops in DC on the night of June 11. Please join us to:

  • Celebrate all those biking and riding on the 2012 Community Tour
  • Get to know DC-area service and volunteer organizations as well as local cooperatives and credit unions
  • Enjoy Cabot cheese and other tasty items—produced by cooperatives
  • Have fun on a summer evening!

Come get to know some of the wonderful organizations and businesses that make our community great.


June 11, 2012
5:30-7:30 p.m., Eastern time


Congressional/Monument rooms
Courtyard by Marriott
1325 2nd Street Northeast
Washington DC

Who is creating this event?

The National Cooperative Business Association, a membership association based in Washington, DC, is working with local co-ops and credit unions to create this celebration of community and volunteers.

How can I be a part of this?

If your cooperative, credit union or organization would like to exhibit, donate items for the drawing or otherwise participate, contact Andrea Cumpston at NCBA by email at acumpston@ncba.coop or by phone at 202-383-5447. And, of course, please mark your calendars and attend!

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