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Big Rural Brainstorm brewing ideas, solutions

In between Storms, attendees at the Big Rural Brainstorm perused the We Kan! bank that continued to grow throughout the day.

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The room was filled with a few hundred passionate rural leaders eager to solve problems and create initiatives to improve the lives of rural residents.  Enthusiasm hung in the air.
Twenty round tables were filled with barely a chair to be found by late comers as the storm got brewing Friday morning, March 14, at Newton’s Meridian Events Center.  The Big Rural Brainstorm, that is.  It was the second in three years, brought back by popular demand following the 2012 BRB project of the Kansas Sampler Foundation.  
The first succeeded in bringing together grassroots rural advocates from all walks ...

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