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If you missed the Ignite Michiana event on November 7, you missed hearing NRC Executive Director Diana Hess speak on our awesome South Bend neighborhoods and NRC’s relationships in the community. Check the link here for the Ignite story.
David Blouin and his students at IU South Bend have been doing some community-based research in the Monroe Park neighborhood.
NRC Executive Director Diana Hess talks to WNDU about the INSPIRE grant program and information NRC offers in the mandatory one-hour workshop for applicants.
Diana Hess, NRC executive director, has been elected to St. Joseph County Council. Hess emphasized in her speech that living and working within South Bend neighborhoods, especially within the district, has made her dedicated to improving quality of life.
NRC Executive Director Diana Hess talks with Terry McFadden about the Armadillo Project. This Peoria, Ill., strategy for crime prevention and nuisance abatement came out of a Regional Neighborhood Networking Conference session.
Tribune reporter May Lee Johnson explores the Engaging Youth, Engaging Neighborhoods youth photography program during a reception at the Colfax Cultural Center to honor Monroe Park neighborhood participants.
NRC Board President Naomi Penney, along with dancer David Seymour, pay a visit to Gordy Young and the Experience Michiana show to promote NRC’s annual Tapas & Tango fundraiser and explain the NRC mission and vision.
As part of Terry McFadden’s Monday night series on South Bend neighborhoods, NRC Executive Director Diana Hess and Board President Naomi Penney talk about the NRC nonprofit’s mission and goals ahead of the Tapas & Tango fundraiser.