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Saturday, May 3: PROMISE Friends & Family Cookout in Columbia

Saturday, May 3, 2014: PROMISE AGEP Family and Friends Celebration of Graduates Cookout

You are invited to come, bring your friends, family, and anyone who supports your journey through graduate school. 170 more words

Community Building

Helen Stucky Risdon

Title: Founder

Company: Wellness Weavers

Location: Waterville, Kan.

Since making a covenant in 1978, Helen Stucky Risdon’s health-promotion nursing practice has evolved from giving lectures to incorporating more humor with costumes and props until the blooming of Wellness Weavers in January 2010. 381 more words


Me on the Board: My Star Turn with New York Energy Week 2014

People often say that New York doesn’t really have an energy industry, and by that they mean that most of the large energy companies and many of the large professional service practices and public institutions dedicated to traditional aspects of energy and resource development are not customarily based here (at least not anymore). 309 more words

Energy Sector

State of the Arts - artists & communities

the artist as community builder

This blog is about how we need a new way to describe an artist who devotes themselves to a community… 698 more words


How to network within your own neighborhood

Just like social networking can strengthen a company, networking — both online and in person — can strengthen the people around you. There’s some truth to the saying “it takes a village” and, in modern times, that village is typically your neighborhood. 43 more words

Community Building

Pork Shares from a transparent farm //taking back the local from cheaters

A topic that is somewhat dear to my heart has always been transparency when it comes to buying from and supporting local farms.  Renee and I have steered clear from this conversation mostly because we don’t like to be dragged into negative talk or baited into talking badly about other operations.   299 more words

Small Farms

You Must Assume Personal Responsibility ---- Don't leave it to someone else.


I am talking about paying someone a compliment and encouraging them to reach for their dreams.


I am talking about stopping someone and asking if they need help. 1,308 more words