CITIZENS residing in small country towns are being urged to converge on Cohuna on July 13 to share insights into initiatives that have enhanced their communities.
It is the brainchild of Cohuna Neighbourhood House co-ordinator, Tanya Black.
Small Town Show and Tell will be showcasing successful projects and initiatives from towns both near and far.
Communities across the country are being encouraged to send representatives to be inspired to develop similar projects in their town.
"We all face both unique and similar problems. Let's not reinvent the wheel. Let's come together to solve our problems and share our solutions," Ms Black said.
"Are you looking for solutions for your town? If you are, please register to attend to find out ways to implement change and development in your town.
The show-and-tell mini-conference will be held on Friday, July 13 at the Cohuna Memorial Hall, King Edward Street, Cohuna.
To register go to www.smalltownshowandtell.com.au and follow the Book now Link or Call Cohuna Neighbourhood House 5456 4666
Cost will be $20 per person with morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea included.
For details of the conference program, pick up today's edition of the Gannawarra Times.
The conference is being promoted through Neighbourhood Houses and is supported by Regional Development Victoria.