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ERIC Number: ED067555
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-Oct
Pages: 78
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
Program of Education for Community Coordination and Action in Warren County: What Kind of a County Do We Want Warren County To Be?
Koontz, Donald H.; Wallerstedt, Jane
A program initiated by Simpson College and assisted by a committee of representatives from Warren County, Iowa, to assist the population of the County to understand their community and its problems and set priorities in meeting these problems is reported. Two hundred key leaders, representative of the geographic, educational, economic, religious, and social segments of the county attended a minimum of four educational sessions. These were titled: Warren County Looks at the Needs and Resources of the Greater Metropolitan Area; A Look at Warren County's Needs and Resources; How Do We Get the Job Done?; Workshop on Goals and Priorities. County needs, in order of importance, are listed. The project was considered successful and valuable both to community and to the college. (Author/NF)
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Sponsor: Iowa Community Services, Des Moines.
Authoring Institution: Simpson Coll., Indianola, IA. Sociology and Anthropology Dept.