2017 Beaver Falls Lecture Series: “Why Beaver Falls?”
5 April: Panel of Residents committed to the City
Keith Martel, Bethany Williams, Bethany Warren, Dave Slebodnik & Darian Grant
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22 March 2017: Dr. Eric Miller, Historian & Professor at Geneva College
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First Member Meeting
29 March 2017
Thanks to all those who attended our first members meeting! Our organization is only as strong as our community participation. Thanks for your commitment to our city and to its revitalization! Please find ways to volunteer and join the effort!
First Neighborhoods of Hope Demolition Completed
26 November 2016
Neighborhoods of Hope Party
Community Block Parties
2 August 2016
What a great night for a party! On August 2nd, the CDC hosted six block parties in various Beaver Falls neighborhoods in recognition of “National Night Out” and promote strong communities. Thanks to all who volunteered and attended the parties!
20 June 2016
For those who were unable to attend, please see our Volunteer Page for opportunities to invest in the work of the CDC
News Tribune Planning Charrette
2 April 2016
Thanks to all those able to join us for our second News Tribune presentation last Saturday (April 2nd). Our architects presented the first phase of their design work and I think we were all amazed at the potential that lies ahead. It was fun to hear new ideas and feedback as we imagine the News Tribune become a central hub in our community!
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Beaver Falls Lecture Series: “The Stories that Shape Us”
Our community is shaped by the stories we tell. Too often, our stories are negative and they get inside us and begin to cloud how we think or what we value. We’ve heard over and over about how things aren’t like they used to be. Perhaps it’s time to remember the good stories that make this community what it is. Surely, this place is filled with stores of fabulous people, amazing moments, life-shaping challenges, and deep commitments. The Lecture Series is a place to tell and remember the stories that make this community great as well as to imagine what the future could hold. Thanks so much to those who listened, laughed, remembered and participated in these stories this Spring.