Geauga County Public Library to Host Common Ground: The Route 44 Divide

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It is often said that Rt. 44 divides Geauga County and individuals who live on each side of the divide want something different from their community than the individuals on the other side.

Join us at our Administrative Center, 12701 Ravenwood Drive, Chardon, on Sunday, June 30th from 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m., as we use personal storytelling to build community and find Common Ground. Refreshments provided. Individuals will reflect and share:

  • What brought them to Geauga County
  • How they currently interact with Geauga County and the environment here
  • How they would like to interact with the community and environment moving forward

Common Ground, an initiative of the Cleveland Foundation serving Cuyahoga, Geauga, and Lake Counties, brings communities together to discuss the impact of how our surroundings shape who we are as individuals.

You can register for Common Ground here: http://ow.ly/RYHM50uz57S

About the Geauga County Public Library

The Geauga County Public Library includes four full-service branches in Bainbridge, Chardon, Chesterland (Geauga West) and Middlefield, two library stations housed in schools in Newbury and Thompson, and a Mobile Services fleet that serves rural areas and community centers. Its administrative center is located in Chardon, where technical services, computer services, facilities and administrative functions reside. GCPL houses more than 750,000 books and digital books. The collection also contains more than 100,000 audio / video items. About 75 research databases are available via its website. GCPL is a member of the Clevnet consortium, giving patrons access to more than 12 million items. Learn more about the Geauga County Public Library at the GCPL website, Geauga County Public Library.

Pictured In Cover Photo: Geauga County citizens are invited to join together to use personal storytelling to build community and find Common Ground.

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