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Rural Pa. has a lot to offer, must work together

January 22, 2013

Photo by Victoria Stanish Barry L. Denk, director of the Center for Rural Pennsylvania, discusses rural youths' plans for the future as found in a recent survey during a Rural Higher Education Summit held Thursday at The Red Fern.

FOX TWP. – Rural Pennsylvania communities need to work together and join voices in advocating for policies that benefit them and showing why they are an attractive place to live and work, according to one Commonwealth resident familiar with the challenges and benefits of living in a rural community.

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