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Do you have an exciting project or idea that benefits the Bozeman community? Submissions for Bozeman SOUP are TOMORROW, this Thursday, November 7th. Yes, very soon! The proposal process is easy however, simply fill out the following questions and e-mail us.
You will be notified whether or not your project was selected on Monday, November 11th. If selected, we will provide details for your four minute presentation.
Why does this project matter to the Bozeman community? Please be clear and specific about how the project benefits community.
How will you use SOUP grant funding towards the realization of your project?
What is the time frame for your project, and how could you share about its progress/completion at SOUP?
Projects should encourage, innovate or be exciting for all members of the Bozeman community. Proposals can range from art, eco-agriculture, social justice, social entrepreneurs, education, technology, etc. Be sure to check out http://detroitsoup.com/ for more information. SOUP offers an opportunity for clean parks, participatory art, collaboration and justice to move one step further. We hope that you can help be a part of this community dialogue and share your voice and vision for Bozeman at SOUP.
See you November 14th at Beall Park! Doors open at 6 PM and presentations start at 6:30 PM.
As always, there will be a $5 entry donation towards soup, bread and a vote.
Thanks and we look forward to hearing from you!
P.S. Check out Bozeman Daily Chronicle's write-up!