Stacey Armstrong, Kelly Guenther and Mike Kromrey attended the first session of the Community Foundation’s The Learning Community program.  The Watershed Committee was chosen to be part of the 2012-13 class of The Learning Community, a group of 10 area nonprofits that embark on a six-month journey of organizational introspection and growth. Tiffany Applegate of Applegate Consulting is teaching the series. We are looking forward to this unique learning opportunity to strengthen our organization and our staff.

These are the organizations selected to be a part of 2012-13 Learning Community: H.O.P.E. Alliance, Community Partnership of the Ozarks, Doula Foundation of Mid-America, Inc., Springfield-Greene County Library District Foundation, Care Connection for Aging Services, Watershed Committee of the Ozarks, Inc., Hartville R II School District Foundation, The Child Advocacy Center, Inc., Discovery Center Springfield, Foundation for Springfield Public Schools.

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