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Video production partnership between RNeighbors, the Rochester Neighborhood Resource Center and Mayor Norton’s office.

PlanScape Impact(s): Civic Engagement ; Clean Air & water ; Neighborhood ; Public Safety ; Recreation & Open Space
Last modified: March 31, 2020 Public Report From RNeighbbors

 

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For Immediate Release

 

 Rochester neighborhoods are serving as a support team to each other in this uncertain time of COVID-19.

While many residents are helping our essential workers by staying at home and slowing the spread the of virus, the production Together While Apart in Rochester, MN, highlights a few examples of how neighbors are staying connected, checking in on their neighbors, and sharing kindness.

“I’ve witnessed not only our city employees and nonprofits working long hours for the people of Rochester, but local businesses stepping up to help, and neighbors participating in genuine acts of kindness,” said Mayor Kim Norton. “Working with RNeighbors, we wanted to share some positive news happening in our neighborhoods during this uncertain time.”

This production is a partnership between RNeighbors, the Rochester Neighborhood Resource Center and Mayor Norton’s office.

Video Link

https://vimeo.com/402537234

Video Creation

Tyler Aug

Producer

René Halasy

Photos

AB-Photography.us and many Rochester neighborhoods

Rene Halasy, Executive Director

RNeighbors, Rochester Neighborhood Resource Center Providing tools to GROW great neighborhoods

 

125 Live * 125 Elton Hills Drive, Room 240 * Rochester, MN 55901

(507) 361-1738 * www.RNeighbors.org

 

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed, citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” ― Margaret Mead

 


 

Video

 

TOGETHER While Apart in Rochester, MN from Rene Halasy on Vimeo.

 

 


 

PlanScape Impact(s): Civic Engagement ; Clean Air & water ; Neighborhood ; Public Safety ; Recreation & Open Space
Last modified: March 31, 2020 Public Report From RNeighbbors

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