About Guernsey County Community Development
Community Development uses education as a tool to help people identify assets, capacities, needs, resources, and solutions; to improve the quality of community/neighborhood life; to encourage internal and external collaborations and partnerships; to identify the uniqueness of individuals and communities/neighborhoods; to facilitate applied and theoretical dimensions of community development; to develop viable communities through the wise use of natural, economic, social, and human resources; to provide non-biased, research-based information and knowledge as a basis for decisions.
County Community Development News
Extension Educator, Community Development
Cindy Bond-Zielinski, PO Box 300, Old Washington, Ohio 43768. Phone: 740-489-5300
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