United Way, library hosting talk about community

Jackson County United Way and the Jackson County Public Library are co-hosting a community conversation about financial stability at the Seymour library from 2 to 4 p.m. Wednesday.

This conversation is one of many that have been conducted across the county. Each one is a chance to better understand people’s aspirations for the community, the concerns they have and what action they believe might make a difference in strengthening the community.

While United Way can’t promise that any new initiatives or programs will emerge from these conversations; they are a way to learn how United Way can make its work more effective.

Those interested in attending should register by Tuesday on the library’s website at myjclibrary.org. There is a limit of 20 seats.

For more information, contact Tonja Couch, Jackson County United Way Executive Director, by calling 812-522-5450 or emailing tonja@jacsy.org.

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January Rutherford is a reporter for The (Seymour) Tribune. She can be reached at jrutherford@tribtown.com or 812-523-7069.