Leadership Asheville Seniors—a learning and civic engagement program planned and led by its graduates and community members—provides a multi-faceted view of Asheville and Buncombe County. Through a hands-on service project and discussions with community leaders in distinctive venues, newcomers and longtime residents alike can gain new perspectives and consider ways to contribute their diverse experiences and talents for the good of the community.
Week One - Engaging Asheville: Past and Present - Orientation and History Day, September 12, 2012
Week Two - Feeding Asheville: Food Insecurity in a Foodtopian Society, September 19, 2012
Week Three - Negotiating Asheville's Medical Maze: The Landscape of Health Care Services in WNC, September 26, 2012
Week Four - What Drives Asheville?: Understanding Our Unique Economy, October 3, 2012
Week Five - Elemental Asheville: Environmental Integrity in WNC, October 10, 2012
Week Six - Teaching Asheville: How Do We Support Good Teaching?, October 17, 2012
Week Seven - Homelessness and Related Challenges to Finding Adequate Housing, October 24, 2012
Week Eight - Getting Along: How Asheville and Buncombe County Work Together, October 31, 2012
Week Nine - Asheville's Evolving Arts Scene and Go Forth and Lead, Senior Style, November 7, 2012
Small Group Service Projects
Learn about the great work our Small Group Service Projects have been doing this fall!
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