Improving Leadership aimed at reducing Poverty in rural and reservation Communities
Sunday, July 1, 2007
Goldendale Horizon Media Workshop
This photo shows contestants anxiously awaiting their chance to compete in the Washington Mounted Shooters event at the Klickitat County Fairgrounds (Goldendale) Sunday, July 1, 2007. This photo was taken as part of a public relations training session that was held at the fairgrounds and in which participants practiced community reporting through photography and video.
Each Community's journey through the Horizons Program focused on Community Leadership to Reduce Poverty. To view your Community's Stratecic Plan, visit Horizons II Community Information page, using the link below. Once there, click on your community's link and then on the link for a copy of the Community Strategic Plan.
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