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SCLT members Jim Murphy, Carolyn Ashburn, Betsy Burdett, Debbie Hahn, Nora Parks Anderson, Susie Welsh, Nancy Leland, Elena Robson, Don Clapp, Dave Prudhomme and Lisa Murphy. (photo submitted by Carolyn Ashburn)
SCLT members Jim Murphy, Carolyn Ashburn, Betsy Burdett, Debbie Hahn, Nora Parks Anderson, Susie Welsh, Nancy Leland, Elena Robson, Don Clapp, Dave Prudhomme and Lisa Murphy. (photo submitted by Carolyn Ashburn)

SCLT board members enjoy organizational retreat

Published 4:44pm Friday, March 1, 2013

Saluda Community Land Trust (SCLT) board members enjoyed a two-day organizational workshop during January and February with two local facilitators, Lisa and Jim Murphy of J. W. Murphy & Associates.

A grant from the Polk County Community Foundation allowed the 5-year-old land trust to reflect on where they have been, where they want to go in the future and how to get there.

The grant also allowed funding for a community night, where SCLT members and friends were invited to enjoy a covered dish supper at the Saluda Inn and Wine Cellar.

This gave board members a chance to hear their neighbor’s input on current and future projects, as well as let the community know some of SCLT’s plans and ideas.

– article submitted by Carolyn Ashburn 

 

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