City of Porter Awarded Age-Friendly Community Grant

Mankato, MN, July 7, 2017 – The Minnesota River Area Agency on Aging (MNRAAA) will be working with the City of Porter to identify their age-friendly assets and desired assets through community-wide surveys and focus groups.  Data from the surveys and focus groups will be used to develop and implement initiatives that will result in new and/or enhanced assets that have a positive impact on the age-friendliness of Porter and its livability for all ages.  Porter will receive $10,000 to implement one of the identified initiatives.

A kick-off meeting will be held at the Porter Community Hall (113 Park Ave N, Porter, MN) on July 26 at 6:30 p.m.

This project is made possible through a grant from the Southwest Initiative Foundation and staff support from the Minnesota River Area Agency on Aging.

(Left to Right)
Josh Sumption, City of Porter
Becky Noyes, Porter Café
McKenzie Kack, Community Member
Jamie Enger-Lanners, Minnesota River Area Agency on Aging Program Developer

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  1. Marilyn Kompelien
    Marilyn Kompelien says:

    Congratulations Porter and all the residents that want more for their town! Being together and achieving wonderful outcomes says a lot about caring for a goal!!!

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