Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Community connectors in the Q.C.

Posted By on Tue, Nov 24, 2009 at 1:20 PM

Crossroads Charlotte is highlighting community members working to improve the Q.C.'s social capital.

Here are links to the first two in the series:

Alan Kaufman moved to Charlotte in 1978 because he was “so impressed by the city and the potential for growth here.” As his vision of a growing city became a reality, he helped it along.

When history was made in Charlotte, it’s likely that Sarah Stevenson, 84, was there. A local resident since 1941, Stevenson became passionate about civil rights for all as a parent of students attending public school.

Now, ask yourself -- what have you done for Charlotte lately?

Does America lack a sense of community?

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