Listening to Lancaster

We chat with local experts discussing issues relevant to the current life of Lancaster residents. Browse our library and listen to the full interviews below.

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Listening to Lancaster (S2:E7) – Community Action Partnership

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For this edition of Listening to Lancaster Hourglass was joined by Vanessa Philbert, CEO of the Community Action Partnership (CAP) in Lancaster. This conversation focused on the work of CAP in the Lan

For this edition of Listening to Lancaster Hourglass was joined by Vanessa Philbert, CEO of the Community Action Partnership (CAP) in Lancaster. This conversation focused on the work of CAP in the Lancaster community and how the organization has assisted the most vulnerable during the pandemic.

Listening to Lancaster (S2:E6) – Union Community Care

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For this installment of Listening to Lancaster the Hourglass was joined by Alisa Jones (President & CEO) and Jackie Concepcion (VP of Community Impact) from Union Community Care. They discussed the me

For this installment of Listening to Lancaster the Hourglass was joined by Alisa Jones (President & CEO) and Jackie Concepcion (VP of Community Impact) from Union Community Care. They discussed the merger of Lancaster Health Center and Welsh Mountain Health Center to create Union Community Care. The conversation also touched on issues related to social determinants of health and the COVID-19 pandemic. Enjoy!

Listening to Lancaster (S2:E5) – 10,000 Friends of Pennsylvania

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For this installment of Listening to Lancaster, Hourglass was joined by Stacie Reidenbaugh of 10,000 Friends of Pennsylvania for a conversation about the work of that organization throughout PA and ho

For this installment of Listening to Lancaster, Hourglass was joined by Stacie Reidenbaugh of 10,000 Friends of Pennsylvania for a conversation about the work of that organization throughout PA and how it relates to Lancaster County. The discussion also touched upon the future of planning and land use, intergovernmental cooperation, and how communities can become more sustainable. For more information about 10,000 Friends of Pennsylvania, visit their website: http://10000friends.org/

Listening to Lancaster (S2:E4) – Coalition for Smart Growth

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For this episode of Listening to Lancaster, the Hourglass was joined by Josh Druce and Carol Simpson of the Coalition for Smart Growth. Their conversation with Jonathan Russell (Hourglass) covered a w

For this episode of Listening to Lancaster, the Hourglass was joined by Josh Druce and Carol Simpson of the Coalition for Smart Growth. Their conversation with Jonathan Russell (Hourglass) covered a wide range of planning and smart growth related topics including an interesting discussion on the future of land use in Lancaster County.

Listening to Lancaster (S2:E3) – Black History Month

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The Hourglass was joined by Kevin Ressler (President and CEO of the United Way) for a discussion about Black History Month. The conversation also highlighted the work of the United Way's Share Our Sti

The Hourglass was joined by Kevin Ressler (President and CEO of the United Way) for a discussion about Black History Month. The conversation also highlighted the work of the United Way’s Share Our Stimulus program. We hope you enjoy this enlightening conversation!

Listening to Lancaster (S2:E2) – Safe Communities and ZOE International

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The Hourglass was joined by Linda Crockett (Safe Communities) and Brad Ortenzi (ZOE International) for a conversation about child sexual abuse and child trafficking prevention in Lancaster County.

The Hourglass was joined by Linda Crockett (Safe Communities) and Brad Ortenzi (ZOE International) for a conversation about child sexual abuse and child trafficking prevention in Lancaster County.

For information on ZOE International: https://gozoe.org/

For information on Safe Communities: https://www.safecommunitiespa.org/

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