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WKU sponsoring Southern Growth community forum on March 29

WKU is sponsoring a regional community forum on March 29 that will be used in developing Southern Growth Policies Board’s 2010 Report on the Future of the South.

The forum is scheduled for 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. (Central time) at the Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce, 710 College St. Lunch will be provided. Seating is limited so register at www.wku.edu/alive/southerngrowth.html

Southern Growth Policies Board is a regional public policy think tank representing 13 Southern states that develops and advances visionary economic development policies.

During the forum, community residents and business leaders will participate in an open discussion on how to respond to current economic challenges in our community, while trying to position ourselves for economic success in the future. Forum participants will join thousands of other Southerners, who are holding similar conversations across the region, to develop strategies for economic recovery.

The feedback from the Bowling Green forum will be used in developing Southern Growth’s 2010 Report on the Future of the South, a high profile policy report that is shared with Southern Governors and regional leaders in business and education.

The WKU regional community forum is sponsored by WKU College of Health & Human Services, WKU Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation and WKU ALIVE Center for Community Partnerships.

Contact: John Bonaguro, (270) 745-7003.

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