09 Outreach

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Visitor Liaison Responsibilities - Acorn - 1996

Visitor Liaison Responsibilities AC-A2
01-01-96
Acorn


Visitor Liaison Responsibilities AC-A2

1. Check in with visitors every day early on in the visit, every 2-3 days later on. Genuine contact with a member who cares is really important. Try to have lunch sometimes, rather than just always checking in on the fly. Ask how they're doing, find out if they need help of any kind. Let co know where you live, try to be accessible to them.

Visitor Correspondence - Mettanokit

Visitor Correspondence MN-C
Mettanokit


Visitor Correspondence MN-C

Mettanokit Community
Another Place, Rt. 123
Greenville, NH 03048
(603) 878-3117

Dear Friend,

Thank you for your interest in Mettanokit Community. We are a group of people seeking, by mutual support, to be an alternative society based on trust, cooperation, freedom, and appreciation. We have affirmed our commitment to create the environment of our highest common vision through this simple agreement:

Visiting Twin Oaks - 1998

Visiting Twin Oaks TO-E3
01-01-98
Twin Oaks


Visiting Twin Oaks TO-E3

Visiting Twin Oaks 1998

Visiting Appletree Policies - Appletree - 1982

Visiting Appletree Policies AT-F2
01-01-82
Appletree


Visiting Appletree Policies AT-F2

by Wissle (circa 1982)

Appletree has several kinds of visitors, for which we have different agreements:

Information for Visitors - Appletree

Information for Visitors AT-F1
Appletree


Information for Visitors AT-F1

Dear visitor,

Welcome to Appletree! Here is some helpful information about us:

Membership Application Questions - Acorn

Membership Application Questions AC-A3
Acorn


Membership Application Questions AC-A3

Wow, so you're applying to live here! In order to make a better decision about whether or not we're a good fit for each other, we ask you to answer the following questions in writing. Please post your answers on the "Visitor Letters" clipboard as soon as possible after you decide to apply. This is the indication to members that you are planning to apply. Your answers will be considered along with your interview, your labor sheet/work scene, and people's general interaction with you.

Letter to Women - Twin Oaks

Letter to Women TO-E1
Twin Oaks


Letter to Women TO-E1

Twin Oaks Community
Louisa, Virginia 23093

(540) 894-5126

Dear Sister,

Thank you for your interest in Twin Oaks and the Federation communities. The brochure will provide information of a general nature. It does not address what it is like to be a woman in community. We'd like to do that in this letter. Apologies for the impersonality of a form letter, but it saves a whole lot of time and energy.

Ideas of One Small Family - Mettanokit

Ideas of One Small Family MN-A2
Mettanokit


Ideas of One Small Family MN-A2

Mettanokit Community
at Another Place
Route 123
Greenville, NH 03048
(603) 878-3117

Brochure:Ideas of one Small Family
Another Place

The philosophy and workings on an intentional egalitarian community

Promo Flyers - Twin Oaks - 1982

Promo Flyers TO-E2
01-01-82
Twin Oaks


Promo Flyers TO-E2

We are building an alternative society.

Twin Oaks Community invites you to join us in our joyful struggle to build a secular communal village of 200-300 people here in rural Virginia. This has been our goal since 1967. Our successes continue to give us hope and inspiration.

Sample Letter to Visitors - Acorn - 1996

Sample Letter to Visitors AC-A1
01-01-96
Acorn


Sample Letter to Visitors AC-A1

Hello! We appreciate your interest in our community. This letter explains some things to expect on a visit to Acorn.

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