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Imagine, if you will, a walkable neighborhood in New Iberia, where welders and CEOs, artists and attorneys, all live side-by-side, sharing space at the cafes and eateries and retail shops that line the neighborhood streets. In a central park, there are farmer’s and artisan’s markets, outdoor yoga classes and live music.
Maurice Jones, LISC President and CEO, and Suzanne Anarde, a LISC Vice President and Director of Rural LISC, discussed workforce and economic development in the nation's rural communities in interviews with RFD-TV.
Just over a year ago, the Tamaqua Community Art Center launched a highly visible experiment aimed at rallying the community around a heart theme. The Tamaqua Has Heart campaign was unveiled August 2016 during Tamaqua National Night Out and its goals were ambitious and daunting.