There is a tendency to think about community leadership as exclusively the domain of influential business leaders, nonprofit executives and elected officials. Good civic leadership at those levels is very important, but it isn’t sufficient for building community cohesion and a sense of shared purpose.

Communities work better when there is a grass roots-driven effort that empowers individuals and groups to continually work to make things better.

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Rufus Woods

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