Forum asks how a Monadnock region can grow but maintain its identity
“Community Conversations: Growing a Vibrant Economy While Keeping Our Region’s Identity” is planned for Tuesday, Feb. 18, at 7 p.m.
Panelists include Bill James, CEO of RiverMead, and Keri Wiederspahn, executive director of Sharon Arts, and Jack Burnett, the executive director of the Greater Peterborough Chamber of Commerce.
“The idea is that the panelists or presenters would sound in on their area of expertise, but the conversation would take place between the audience members as well,” Peery said.
The center is reaching to play a more pivotal role in the region, both in the business sector and cultural life of the community, Peery said.
- How much more would prices have to rise before you'd consume less?
- I've already cut back
- More than 100%
- Total Votes: 63
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