A Community Proposal to a Local Developer
|Uncle Tiki Teddy Bear’s Youth Community Center – West Menlo / San Mateo County along Alameda de las Pulgas||2010|
· Provide a safe haven for (4-10th grade) students to go after school and study and quietly socialize.
· Sell school supplies at cost.
· Create non-fiction literary works for and by children.
· Provide community services
· Develop a strong relationship with local schools.
· Support worthwhile charities, particularly for the elderly, disabled and children.
· Protect the environment. Operate “green.”
· Manage with integrity, utmost safety, and fine ethics.
· Offer tutoring/mentoring opportunities for youth with older students
· Sponsor author lecture, artist exhibitions, musical presentations, dog shows, etc.
· Continuously improve library collections.
Establish a local office – April 2010
Submit building documentation for permits to San Mateo County, ASAP.
Open after-school and Saturday children’s community center – Monday, May 3, 2010
Alternative Opening Date
– Tuesday, September 7, 2010
David A. Dailey (General Manager)
d.b.a. MAX’S SCOUT SERVICES, LLC
· Environmental, Health, Fire, Property Protection and Safety Management – 30 + years
· Mentoring and Menlo Park Lyceum Member – 10 + years
· Emergency Preparedness, Response and Recovery Specialist – 30 + years
· Legislative Advocate within California – 4 years during the 1990s
· Technical Writing Projects – 10 + years
· Public Relations and Promotions – 20 + years
· Publishing – 3 years experience
· Certified Manager, Certified Safety Professional, Advanced Toastmaster-Gold, Registered Environmental Assessor, Good Citizenship Medal Recipient (Sons of the American Revolution), State Security Guard Registered
DAD:dd / Business Plan Revised March 10, 2010