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May
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2024

Articles About Building Community

  • Building Community | 25 years of home, for all

    This year, affordable housing nonprofit YS Home, Inc. reached two major milestones: The first phase of its upcoming 32-unit combined senior rental and all-ages, for-sale townhome development, The Cascades, was fully funded — and the nonprofit celebrated its 25th anniversary.

  • Building Community | Vibrancy and visibility in Yellow Springs

    Angie Hsu has taken a variety of routes to understand and build community — as an artist, an advocate, a translator, a cook, a business owner, a board member, even a goat farmer.

  • Building Community | ‘Encoded’ meaning, identity in Migiwa Orimo’s work

    Perhaps you’ve seen Yellow Springs-based artist Migiwa Orimo’s banners, created in collaboration with community activists: Visual representations of various social justice movements, screen printed in her studio through the Peoples Banner Project.

  • Building Community | McGruder brings expertise, experience to local orgs

    Kevin McGruder, who has lived in Yellow Springs for 11 years, has spent his time in the village finding space for himself, and in turn, creating space for others.

  • John Gudgel creates community through listening, learning

    A stalwart face in the Yellow Springs district, Gudgel has served as a teacher, coach, principal and guidance counselor in his nearly 40-year career with the district beginning in 1979.

  • Building Community | Baseball fields renamed after Davenport sisters

    Jackie, who died in March 2023 and Yvonne, who died in February 2021, were integral in creating a space for women in Yellow Springs’ recreational baseball league and were fierce advocates for athletic programs throughout the village.

  • Building Community | ‘Deep connections’ at Forest Village Farm

    Whether it be educating residents on the signs of a water leak, delivering eggs or showing people the difference between invasive and native plants on her farm, Rose Pelzl has spent the last few years working for and in her community.

  • Building Community | Dispatches from the Antioch archives

    For nearly three decades, Antioch College Archivist Scott Sanders has welcomed scores of students, researchers, amateur historians, nostalgic villagers and even small-town journalists to join him on the second floor of the Olive Kettering Library.

  • Building Community | A lifetime at the movies

    Jenny Cowperthwaite Ruka’s longevity at the the Little Art Theatre— her “continuity of experience,” as she called it —  helped make it a welcoming place for community members over the years, no matter the changes to policy, practice or even the theater’s physical space.

  • Building Community | Meet your mayor

    That Mayor Pam Conine sees the village as one giant classroom should come as little surprise, considering that she was an educator for over four decades.

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