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United Way zeroes in on community needs

Ideas gathered from thousands of calls to 211 information center

4:19 PM, Apr. 6, 2013
United Way brainstorms community needs
United Way brainstorms community needs: Brown County United Way hosts brainstorming session among community leaders and service providers to examine unmet needs
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Plans ranging from getting tech school students to fix cars for the poor to putting the homeless up in vacant mobile homes were among those discussed Friday morning at a brainstorming session put on by the Brown County United Way.

United Way called together about 200 agency directors, service providers and community leaders to kick around ideas for addressing unmet needs in Brown County.

The needs were identified based on some of the 6,600 annual calls to United Way's 2-1-1 information center each year. ...

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