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Fayetteville Launches Innovative Resource for Community Wide Engagement, Collaboration and Volunteerism


The City of Fayetteville invites you to the launch of the Fayetteville Community Link, which will be held on Tuesday, August 9, at 11:00 a.m. at the Fayetteville Public Library in the Walker Community Room. 

Everyone is encouraged to come out and celebrate this innovative, online resource for community-wide engagement, collaboration, innovation and volunteer management.  The Community Link takes citizen engagement to a new level by fostering civic culture and building a stronger communication infrastructure.  Come and hear about the exciting possibilities available with the Community Link. 

Mayor Lioneld Jordan will kick off the celebration at 11:00 a.m.  Others who will briefly share the benefits and excitement of the Community Link for the community are the City of Fayetteville Director of Parks and Recreation Connie Edmonston, Director of the Convention and Visitors Bureau Marilyn Heifner, Fayetteville Public Library Director of Library Services Laura Speer, President of the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce Steve Clark, Director of the Fayetteville Senior Center Sheri Napier, Founder and Executive Director of the New Design School and member and past-chair of the Fayetteville Forward Creative Economy Action Group Sonia Guti��rrez, Chief Information Officer of the Fayetteville Public Schools and chair of the Fayetteville Forward Education Action Group Susan Norton, Executive Director of the Arkansas United Community Coalition and member of the Arkansas Board of Education Mireya Reith, and creative and technical designer of the Community Link and City of Fayetteville Community Outreach Coordinator Julie McQuade.