Takoma Park and Long Branch community members want to know their neighbors and want to work with them on common projects which enhance the quality of life in their communities. This message emerged from the community strategic planning process last year and speaks to the mission and vision of CHEER. We, along with our partners in the community, have initiated a Neighborhood Improvement Process that will facilitate the connections that neighbors want and need to improve the quality of life where they live. Read More
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CHEER’s mission is to provide people with the knowledge and ability to create healthy, thriving communities. CHEER is a community-driven process for identifying community vision and goals, and for gathering the information and resources needed to measure and fulfill them.
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