SERN meeting in FC June 19

Falls City Economic Development & Growth Enterprise, Inc. will host the quarterly Southeast Nebraska Resource Network meeting on Wednesday, June 19.

Community and business stakeholders are invited to attend the SERN business meeting, lunch and a feature presentation in Falls City that day.  After lunch, the feature presentation will outline the details of the Institute for Community Engagement (ICE) program at Peru State College.

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