Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Sacred Space and Other Places

Dr. Patricia Adelekan, YOMI, Founder

"Sacred Spaces and Other Places"  Members of the International Educator Hall of Fame, and Board of Directors of YOMI will gather to vision a strategy for  Hall of Fame Inductee's to have their collections archived as small museums.  Establishing a trust for the International Educators Hall of Fame Museum.
 
 
Date: Thursday May 23rd  Noon- 5pm, Bring your own lunch, snack, or you can schedule lunch break 2 hrs go into downtown Auburn.
 
 Location is 1855 Christian Valley Road, Auburn CA coming from Sacramento-
 Take the exit onto I-80 E toward Reno
37.4 mi
 Take the exit toward Dry Creek Rd
0.2 mi
 Turn left onto Neils Rd
0.1 mi
 Turn left onto Lake Arthur Rd
0.2 mi
Take the 1st right onto Christian Valley Rd
Destination will be on the left

2.0 mi
1855 Christian Valley Rd
Auburn, CA 9560


Conservation Land Trust: A land trust is a nonprofit organization that, as all or part of its mission, actively works to conserve land by undertaking or assisting in land or conservation easement acquisition, or by its stewardship of such land or easements.

Putting real estate assets into a land trust allows the owner to avoid probate, and save on estate taxes when the property passes to heirs.  It will also protect the property from liens and judgments that might otherwise be brought against an owner. For partners and tenants in common, each owner is insulated from judgments. With a land trust, an owner can privately transfer their beneficial interest in the trust (the actual ownership) without it being reported to any governmental agencies.  Lastly, with a land trust, a person’s ownership of a property remains confidential and does not appear in any county recorder's office or other publicly-accessible resource.

In particular, Community land trusts attempt to meet the needs of residents least served by the prevailing land market. Community land trusts help communities to: Gain control over local land use and reduce absentee ownership, provide affordable housing for lower income residents in the community, promote resident ownership and control of housing, keep housing affordable for future residents and builds a strong base for community action.

Biographical Profile:
I have over 60 years of experience as an International Scholar, Consultant, Educationist, Teacher
Trainer, Researcher, Writer, Speaker, and Publicist and Published numerous books and a few hundred articles.

 
I speak, read and write fluent French and English and know well Spanish, German, and Yoruba. I am the founder of nine International Institutions, am featured in several national and international "Who's Who" Achievement Volumes and have received over 300 honors and awards. Selected Toastmaster of the Year 2011-2012. Named Outstanding Senior of the Year by Senator Lou Correrea in Orange County California. 

 I founded Youth-on-the-Move, Inc. (YOM I) a non-profit community-based youth organizations (NGO/CBO) in 1986 which operated a school and a Youth Talk – a radio program among other achievements (2013 celebrated its 27 year anniversary of YOMI); founded the International Educator's Hall of Fame, in 1993 in Sacramento, California, now spread throughout America and the world with over 530 inductees from 21 countries, 20th Year Anniversary -2013).  
 

 
 

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Alpha Bruton said...


"Sacred Spaces and Other Places"

Faciitator: Dr. Pat Adelekan

Purpose: Members of the International Educator Hall of Fame, and Board of Directors of YOMI will gather to vision a strategy for Hall of Fame Inductee's to explore have their collections archived as small museums. How do we establishing a trust for the International Educators Hall of Fame Museum.

Date: Thursday May 23rd


Noon- 5pm, Bring your own lunch, snack, or you can schedule lunch break 2 hrs go into downtown Auburn.

Noon Arrival- Host Anita Posey Lowe – Tour of Studio

1:00 – Introduction- Intergeneration Art Activity

Setup Conference Calls

2:00 pm- Placer Arts Council- Angela Tahti

2:30pm- What is estate planning- Brainstorming – Dr. Patricia Adelekan


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