Gila County residents: voice your opinion and get a free lunch, too

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How often does anyone ask your opinion – and also offer that rarest of rarities: a genuine free lunch? Hayden residents who care about their community will share their thoughts Tuesday at a lunchtime forum. Their comments will be anonymous; future focus group are scheduled for Payson Aug. 21, and Globe Aug. 28.

Please RSVP by phone, allowing organizers to prearrange enough lunches for participants. To RSVP for the Payson session Aug. 21, call 928.474.7192; to RSVP for the Hayden or the Globe lunchtime focus groups, call 928-425-7631.

  You aren’t available  to attend in person over the lunch hour? Share your opinion online or in print – survey forms are online, also available at county offices and local libraries. Surveys are anonymous.

  “Everyone in Gila County has the opportunity to give us their opinions and thoughts about employment, housing, health care, quality of life – and barriers they have experience with obtaining basic needs,” said Gila County Community Services Dorine Prine. “We genuinely want as wide a range of opinions as we can gather about life here in Gila County.”

  The web-based survey takes about 10 minutes to complete. Lunchtime in-depth focus groups are scheduled over two-hour time blocks,  allowing ample time for participants to voice individual opinions, and join group discussions.

  “And I’ll repeat that no one will be identified by name in any reports. Names will not be shared with any other agency, and all information will be confidential,” said Prine.

  Complete a survey online at surveymonkey.com/r/XH9BB38 or request one be mailed to you by calling 928-425-7631.

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