Day: July 6, 2016

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So Me, So Far, So Better

Hey everybody! As you all know I am Kylie Franklin from Baca County and this is my first summer interning for Ogallala Commons. Just like almost every other intern, I

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Commonwealth Assets

I believe for every community to be successful, it must have the twelve commonwealth assets. Some of the assets that stand out to me are education, health, and history. Education

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Mapping commonwealth in Tulia

There are many great things in Tulia that you could consider to be commonwealth but the two main things that stick out to me are the Quanah Parker arrows and

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My first Experiences

  This summer I will have the privilege to intern for the summer lunch program, the daycare, and  meals on wheels delivery. As of right now I have started working

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Hays, Kansas Commonwealth

Hays Kansas was incorporated in 1885, and is very rich in German heritage. I have lived in Hays for nearly a year, and have really enjoyed it. It’s a town

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COMMONWEALTH ASSETS

This summer I found myself in more than one “community”, I traveled back and forth from Lubbock, Texas (home) and Hart, Texas (home-town). When preparing for this blog I searched

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My first couple of weeks.

When I first started my internship I didn’t know exactly what I’d be doing or if I would be able to do it, since I was injured before summer started.

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Commonwealth and Community: How They Intertwine

This activity of “Mapping Commonwealth” has been interesting because never before did I realize that all twelve key assets play an essential role to a community. Specifically, I’ve learned how

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Keys to the Community

Woodland Park is a successful community, and some of our town’s top assets are:   Parks & Recreation: My community has some wonderful variety of parks and recreation. We have

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