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Catalyst Radio: The Rapidian dives into Grand Rapids Neighborhood Summit

In this episode of Catalyst Radio, The Rapidian interviews Stacy Stout and Erica Soto, of the Grand Rapids Neighborhood Summit planning team. The Summit will be held on Saturday, March 3, 2018.
The Rapidian is joined by Stacy Stout and Erica Soto of the Grand Rapids Neighborhood Summit and Kids' Summit.

The Rapidian is joined by Stacy Stout and Erica Soto of the Grand Rapids Neighborhood Summit and Kids' Summit. /Quinn Mathews

In this episode of Catalyst Radio, The Rapidian is joined by Stacy Stout, assistant to the city manager of Grand Rapids and Neighborhood Summit planning lead, as well as Erica Soto, Kids Summit/ childcare coordinator of the Grand Rapids Neighborhood Summit. The Grand Rapids Neighborhood Summit will be held on Saturday, March 3, 2018 at Grand Valley State University’s Downtown Pew campus. The Summit’s goal is for stronger neighborhoods and a stronger city. This year’s theme is Going Beyond A Seat At The Table, speaking to the need for economic equity and opportunity in neighborhoods and for the need to leverage resident wisdom in decisions that impact them. Grand Rapids residents, neighborhood associations, business owners and associations, and stakeholders are encouraged to attend.

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