Mountain Lakes PBS continues the conversation on recreation in Clinton County

The discussion begun by Vision2Action on the state of the recreation in Clinton County continues this Thursday, April 26 at 8pm on Mountain Lake Journal. This special live call-in program will be hosted by Thom Hallock.

Panelists specializing in local recreation will take questions from a live studio audience, viewers that call in, and from conversations on Facebook. Panelists include Steve Peters, City of Plattsburgh Recreation Department Director; Jerie Reid, Director of Public Health at the Clinton County Health Department; Colin Read, Professor of Economics at SUNY Plattsburgh and Partnership for Community Development member; and Michelle Powers, vice President of Marketing for the North Country Chamber of Commerce.

Questions for the panelists can be called in during the program, or sent in advance by posting on the Vision2Action Facebook page (facebook.com/vision2action).

The mission Vision2Action is to create a vibrant community where families can thrive. Identified as an essential component of a vibrant community, the arts is the first of four topics that will be addressed by Vision2Action this year.

Alice Recore, President and CEO of Mountain Lake PBS, is also a Vision2Action member. “I’m proud that Mountain Lake PBS has a role to play in this discussion. Our strategic plan challenges us to become the convener of organizations working to strengthen this community, and the mission of Vision2Action is a perfect fit,” said Recore.

Watch Mountain Lake Journal on Thursday, April 26 at 8pm to learn more about Vision2Action initiatives, and the economic impact of the recreation.

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CONTACT: Jennifer Kowalczyk
EMAIL: jkowalczyk@mountainlake.org
PHONE: (518) 563-9770 ext 127

facebook.com/vision2action   –    NCvision2action.org

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