2009 Action Plan
Over the past two years, action plan volunteers have been working to implement the project ideas from the 2009 Summit. Below are some of the highlights of what they’ve accomplished:
The group has organized street clean-up days, hosted a competition for local artists to paint murals underneath the train overpass, and brought community attention to the area. And they’re not done. More murals are planned, an urban garden is in the works, plus the group is soliciting support for additional lighting to brighten the area.
To get involved in the Wayne Ave. project, please contact Adam Coatney at firstname.lastname@example.org
Online Resource Hub. In every session, 2009 Summit attendees said they had trouble finding info—for entertainment, volunteer opportunities, recreation & more. So volunteers launched the premier online magazine for the region: www.daytonmostmetro.com
DaytonMostMetro is more than just a website; it’s a forum for the community to share events and ideas, with the power to connect organizations from around the region with one online calendar of activities.
To get involved in DaytonMostMetro, please contact Bill Pote at email@example.com