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Tonight (Tue) at the Twisp Grange, there's a two-hour meeting to show the progress of the Housing Solutions Network, a group of fifteen individuals, representing fifteen different entities and projects working on local housing projects. The group was formed this past fall to create what they call “connective tissue” between those fifteen leaders and their projects.

Tonight, starting at five pm, each member of the group will give a brief overview of their project and the housing need they are targeting. Then at 6 pm, each member of the group will move to a table, and those attending can wander about, ask questions, and learn.

Projects attending tonights get together will include the Methow Housing Trust, the Housing Authority of Okanogan County, the Methow Conservancy, Room One, Jamie's Place, We Methow, the Okanogan Coalition for Health Improvement, the Town of Winthrop, TwispWorks and the Methow Investment Network, and Methow at Home.

Again, that meeting starts at 5 pm at the Twisp Grange.

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