An important aspect of Trinity’s Capital Campaign Study is to make sure our community also takes part in dreaming about Trinity’s future. We sat down with Tony Milburn, a member of the Capital Campaign Study Steering Committee, to talk more about how we can ensure community engagement in the Dream Catching process.
Q: How do you see the community helping to inform Trinity during the Dreamcatching Process?
Tony: I think it is important that we as a group stay informed about what is happening in Covington. With the changes that are taking place locally, we need to determine ways to respond. While the IRS site seems to have our attention, a lot of other changes are happening. More middle class people are moving to the downtown area. How are we marketing to them? Many of the social service agencies and their physical locations will be changing. How do we respond? I think the best example is the Northern Kentucky Emergency Shelter. It needs to be relocated. Do we have a position? Can we help facilitate a solution? Should we at least be informed?
Q: Who are some of the groups Trinity is contacting during this part of the Capital Campaign Study?
Tony: Groups to contact include the Covington Business Council, Catalytic Fund, and social service organizations like Children, Inc., among others.
Q: If a Trinity parishioner has a community group or individual they would like to recommend take part in Dreamcatching, whom should they contact?