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Jan. 23 public forum focused on civic engagement and neighborhood organizing

FutureHeights hosted Community-Building for Change, a public forum and interactive workshop on Jan. 23, from 7-8:30 p.m., at The BottleHouse Brewing Company, 2050 Lee Road.

The workshop helped Heights residents gain the knowledge and skills needed to create and maintain strong, effective neighborhood groups, and empowered residents to take action to support and improve their community. Topics included civic engagement, effective organizing and creatively solving challenges.

Brenda May, one of the leaders of Noble Neighbors; Kaela Geshke, wealth initiatives and community network builder of Neighborhood Connections; and Travelle Harp, director of Northeast Ohio Alliance for Hope (NOAH), collaboratively led the interactive workshop and discussion. View video of the forum here.

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