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chilton webBy Chilton Rogers
Director of Community Engagement

 

As part of the Small Towns Economic Prosperity program, the Rural Center has organized three regional workshops on a topic that we think will be of prime importance to all of you — how to locate and access financial resources, technical assistance and specialized expertise.

The workshops are called "The Next STEP: Harnessing Assets Near and Far" and will be held in Canton (October 27), Liberty (October 29) and Snow Hill (November 5). Click on each town for an agenda. The programs are similarly organized but offer different panelists.

There have been a lot of changes in the funding and technical assistance landscape across the state the last few years, and it is often difficult to know what resources still exist and where they exist. These workshops address that problem.

To register, please email: crogers@ncruralcenter.org. In the email, please include your name and organization, as well as which meeting you'd like to attend. Register early! Each workshop will be capped at 40 attendees.

The cost is $10 per participant, which covers lunch. Payment will be collected at the door. Cash or checks are accepted; please make checks payable to the N.C. Rural Center.

Questions? Please write crogers@ncruralcenter.org.

See you soon!

chilton webBy Chilton Rogers
Director of Community Engagement

 

As part of the Small Towns Economic Prosperity program, the Rural Center has organized three regional workshops on a topic that we think will be of prime importance to all of you — how to locate and access financial resources, technical assistance and specialized expertise.

The workshops are called "The Next STEP: Harnessing Assets Near and Far" and will be held in Canton (October 27), Liberty (October 29) and Snow Hill (November 5). Click on each town for an agenda. The programs are similarly organized but offer different panelists.

There have been a lot of changes in the funding and technical assistance landscape across the state the last few years, and it is often difficult to know what resources still exist and where they exist. These workshops address that problem.

To register, please email: crogers@ncruralcenter.org. In the email, please include your name and organization, as well as which meeting you'd like to attend. Register early! Each workshop will be capped at 40 attendees.

The cost is $10 per participant, which covers lunch. Payment will be collected at the door. Cash or checks are accepted; please make checks payable to the N.C. Rural Center.

Questions? Please write crogers@ncruralcenter.org.

See you soon!