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By Betty Vanderwielen
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Resource Team Sifts Through Seeley Lake Assets and Dreams

 

Betty Vanderwielen, Pathfinder

The MEDA Resource Team reporting back to the community. Pictured (L-R): Eliud Uresti (standing), Lyle Coney, Richard Knatterud, Jeni Graff, Debi Davidson and Jim Smitham.

SEELEY LAKE – Change is inevitable in any community. That is the working premise of the Montana Economic Developers Association (MEDA). The question is whether the community wants to direct that change or simply let it happen. MEDA Resource Teams have helped 48 Montana communities direct their change. On Sept. 19-20 a resource team came to do the same for Seeley Lake. At a Town Meeting held at the Seeley Lake Historical Museum and Visitors Center, the eight-team members took turns presenting the results of their two-day assessment.

Assessment Process

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