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Learn more about the Hope Village Project on February 29th

A mockup of a tiny home with light gray siding and a dark gray slanted roof. It has a small cement patio surrounded by grass.

Humanities Research Institute is hosting the next installment of their Community Speaker Series on February 29th, at Urbana Free Library’s Lewis Auditorium. The event will feature Claudia Lennhoff from Champaign County Health Care Consumers and Wanda E. Ward, Executive Associate Chancellor for Public Engagement, talking about the Hope Village Project.

Hope Village is “a unique, tiny home community that offers housing solutions for adult community members who are most at risk of homelessness and are medically fragile in the Champaign-Urbana community” that is set to be constructed in Urbana’s Carver Park subdivision. It’s a joint effort between Carle Health, Champaign County Health Care Consumers, and the University of Illinois.

The talk will begin at 7 p.m., and its free and open to the public.

Community Speaker Series | An Evening on the Hope Village Project
Urbana Free Library, Lewis Auditorium
210 W Green Street
Th February 29th, 7 p.m.

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