Meadville Tribune

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March 20, 2013

Group working to make rec complex thrive

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MEADVILLE — How you can get involved

The Community Advisory Team is planning visioning sessions and other events through which the public can express its interests and get involved. Those events will be announced well in advance. For now, CAT members ask that you:

- Provide your name and contact information at the Meadville Area Recreational Complex if you are interested in helping out or simply wish to show support.

- Contact Crawford Central School Board members and/or attend their meetings to urge continued funding for the MARC while CAT works on a plan.

- Follow CAT news on Facebook at facebook.com/abettermeadville and on the web at abettermeadville.org.

- Get and proudly wear a free “I’m a Neighbor” pin after the locations where you can get them is announced soon.

Meadville Tribune reporters Pat Bywater and Mary Spicer contributed to this report.

 

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