Do you want to save the places that matter in your neighborhood? Join Restoration Exchange May 24-26 at Bridging the Future: the 2017 NUSA Conference.
Neighborhoods, USA – founded in 1975 – is a national nonprofit committed to building and strengthening neighborhood organizations. Its annual conference, which Omaha is hosting this year, provides an opportunity for people from all locations, sectors and levels of society to discuss the pressing issues of the times, share experiences and offer assistance, motivation and encouragement.
Omaha residents who register before April 15 can attend for $50 ($25 for students). The non-resident registration fee is $200.
“The history of Omaha is told in part through its neighborhood buildings, and Restoration Exchange is pleased to have an active role in this important conference,” said Kristine Gerber, Restoration Exchange executive director. In addition to presenting a session May 25, Restoration Exchange will partner with the Empowerment Network to highlight redevelopment in North Omaha. In South Omaha, Restoration Exchange volunteer Vince Furlong will take attendees on a tour of the Vinton Street and South 24th Street commercial corridors.
For more information about NUSA, visit www.nusa.org.