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Archive - Jan 28, 2013

Addressing needs: Unity in the Community looks to change one neighborhood at a time

January 28, 2013

The Growth Alliance conference room was packed on Thursday night with a diverse group of West Point/Clay County citizens, bouncing ideas off of one another’s heads in an attempt to bring the community together.
This is not the first time Unity in the Community has met. The group has been meeting for almost a year, but Thursday night’s crowd was the largest in the organization’s short history.
The goal is simple. Unify the community.

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