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Bottle KAP Studios

Sheridan County Strategic Doing Community Meeting #2 RESCHEDULED

Want to make a difference? Get involved in the development of new projects to improve Sheridan County!

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Sheridan County Strategic Doing Community Meeting #2 RESCHEDULED
Sheridan County Strategic Doing Community Meeting #2 RESCHEDULED

Time & Location

Jan 03, 2024, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Bottle KAP Studios, 721 Main St, Hoxie, KS 67740, USA

About the event

In our efforts to reboot our local Strategic Doing program aimed at developing community-led projects to better Sheridan County, we held a community meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 15.

At that meeting, attendees were provided with a historical recap of Strategic Doing efforts in Sheridan County since the concept was introduced by the Dane G. Hansen Foundation, Logan, in 2017.

A SWOT analysis to gauge current strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats was conducted by facilitator Betty Johnson. The analysis provided a springboard for brainstorming new project ideas that will better Sheridan County.

Several new ideas were discussed by attendees in the hopes of developing committees to pursue the projects.

Multi-purpose Community Event and Recreational Building in Hoxie

Beautification efforts throughout Hoxie

Strengthening and Growing the new Farmer’s Market

Walking Trails in Sheridan County

Park Improvements in Hoxie

Museum Building Project

All in the area who are excited and energized to get involved are encouraged to attend. Area organizations working on existing projects or in the development of new projects, programs, and/or ideas are also highly encouraged to attend to learn more about the Strategic Doing process and how it can help move projects forward from beginning to end.

Betty Johnson will be back in town to facilitate the Strategic Doing training process with all developed projects, helping lay the groundwork for project work in the new year.

Contact SCCF Executive Director Karl Pratt at 785-675-1240 or director@growsheridancounty.org with any questions.

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