The Harrison County Community Foundation (HCCF) invites the public to a forum focusing on community development on Thursday, Aug. 15 at 6:30 p.m. at the HCCF office, located at 1523 Foundation Way NE in Corydon.
At this forum, attendees will have conversations around developing our community, with the theme of painting the picture for our future. Panelists will share insight into community development, and a question-and-answer period will follow.
Scheduled panelists include:
Rand Heazlitt, Corydon Town Manager and Planning and Zoning Administrator
Lisa Long, President, Chamber of Commerce of Harrison County
Darrell Voelker, Executive Director, Harrison County Economic Development Corporation
Lee T. King, Broker/Sales Manager, Schuler Bauer Real Estate Services
The community development forum is the second in a series of forums addressing critical subjects impacting our community. These forums are intended to enable attendees to share current information about chosen topics and discuss possible solutions.
Due to limited seating, please RSVP to 812-738-6668.
Harrison County Community Foundation (HCCF) COVID-19 Relief Fund
The Harrison County Community Foundation (HCCF) is committed to being a resource to help address the needs as they arise in our community resulting from the COVID-19 outbreak. The
HCCF COVID-19 Relief Fund will provide flexible resources to our nonprofit organizations serving Harrison County residents as they address immediate and long-term needs. HCCF will serve as a
partner in the effort.
If you would like to join us in helping meet the need, you are invited to make a gift to the HCCF COVID-19 Relief Fund. Gifts may be made online at hccfindiana.org or by mailing a
check to HCCF, PO Box 279, Corydon, IN 47112. Make checks payable to HCCF with "COVID-19 Relief Fund" noted.
The Harrison County Community Foundation is a public foundation supported by donations from individuals and businesses. Its mission is to inspire and assist everyone to experience
philanthropy, producing positive and sustainable growth in Harrison County.