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HOPES Groundbreaking Coverage

We had a lot of great people and organizations at the groundbreaking for the new wellness center. Mayor Hillary Schieve gave a great speech along with Stacie Mathewson, who donated $1.9 million to HOPES for the new building. Also Mary Skau from Senator Harry Reid’s office, Katie Pace from Senator Dean Heller’s office and Kenneth Brooke from Congressman Mark Amodei’s office all gave proclamations congratulating HOPES on the groundbreaking.

Here are links to the news coverage of this exciting event.

Here is a photo gallery of the event:
HOPES Groundbreaking photo gallery

The RGJ did some coverage before and after the groundbreaking:
Northern Nevada HOPES holds groundbreaking ceremony
Medical center to offer 38 jobs, serve 6,000 patients

Capital Public Radio did a story about the New Markets Tax Credit program that helped HOPES fund the project:
Nevada Tax Credit Program Will Invest Millions In Low-Income Areas

Coverage from KTVN Channel 2:
Northern Nevada HOPES Holds Groundbreaking for New Health Center

Coverage from KRNV, My News 4:
Local non-profit to celebrate ground breaking of new facility
Northern Nevada Hopes celebrates groundbreaking of a new medical building

Coverage from KRXI, Fox 11:
Northern Nevada Hopes celebrates groundbreaking of a new medical building

If you have a good link you think we missed, email the link to cdemeritt@nnhopes.org and we’ll post it.

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