|Object Name||Image, Digital|
|Collection||The Chattanooga Venture Collection|
Newsletter was found in "Box 1, Vision 2000, 1985-1989, projects and 5 special programs"; in the first folder labeled "T. Hooke" (believed to be the wrong label).
Community Update newsletter, January 1993.
Cover in green and red print; drawing of a meeting; 3 b&w photos of people working and at meetings.
Statements on cover indicated the success of Vision 2000, which resulted in 40 goals for Chattanooga by the year 2000.
Also listed: "In this Issue"
Vision 2000 Flashback
What is Re-Vision 2000
Mark your calendar
Venture Project snips
Inside the brochure:
Column on the left gives basic explanation of Vision 2000, the results "which transformed the city," and states that opportunities are offered by Re-Vision 2000. The names of the Chattanooga Venture Board and Executive Committee are listed.
Right Column states how the Chattanooga Venture is funded: by individuals, corporations, foundations, and state and local governments. Operating funds were received from the Lyndhurst Foundation through August '92. It will be decided by the community what role Re-Vision 2000 will have in the future.
Center section: a schedule of community meetings in January and February, '93; a summary of results of the survey regarding the impact of Vision 2000; a list of major goal areas from Vision 2000;and major accomplishments from Vision 2000. The accomplishments are: TN Riverpark; Chattanooga Neighborhood Enterprise; Family Violence Shelter; Human Rights/Human Relations Commission; Tivoli and Memorial Auditorium renovations; TN Aquarium; Bessie Smith Hall; Walnut St. Bridge Renovation.
Back of brochure: top half folded for mailing label and postage. Bottom half is "Neighborhood Network News" which includes an article on Mr. James R. Williams and Ms. Geri Spring who were appointed to serve as coordinators for the Neighborhood Network. Also covered is "Harriet Tubman Residents Hard at Work," listing their accomplishments which include receiving grants from HUD and the City of Chattanooga Community Development Block Grant Program. In the lower right hand corner is a request to the Vision 2000 participants for their comments, thoughts and feelings about their work with this organization and the projects.