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NECIC Annual Board Meeting

Story By: Lauren Artino

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 1/22/2014

The Board of Directors of the North End Community Improvement Collaborative held their annual meeting Wednesday night. Items on the agenda included review of the yearly budget, upcoming events; which include the Elder Program, A community conversation about 'Stand Your Ground', A Citizen Action Meeting and the Fourth Annual Raising Richland Community Garden Summit.

Pastor James E. Cosby replaces President Colonel Howard as Board President. He is confident in the direction the NECIC is headed.. "We're reaching out and working with people throughout Mansfield. Although we say, we're 'North End', we're really all over the city"

The group is currently going through plans for a house that was donated to the NECIC. President Cosby would like to see the house put to good use, for people who need it the most. For more information, visit NECIC-Ohio.org

   
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