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 on June 13, 2024

Group looks to open community discussions

By Richwood Gazette staff reports 

From Gazette staff reports

A few organizations are coming together to find out what kind of community Union County residents prefer.

Honda and the United Way are working with the Harwood Institute, a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization designed to “equip people, organizations, communities and networks with the tools to bridge divides, build capacity and tackle shared challenges,” to have that conversation.

According to information on the institute’s website, “Union County is vibrant and healthy. It is growing fast. At the same time, the community faces a vital choice: How will it maintain the good things it loves while addressing the challenges of growth and change?”

One way the groups plan to get an answer is by dealing with the community directly. Harwood Institute is planning two “kitchen table” style meeting for the public later this month.

The first will be in Magnetic Springs at the community center on June 19 from 5:30-7 p.m. A second meeting will be held in Richwood at the library June 24 from 5:30-7 p.m.

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