“Connecting the dots,” is term people use when they figure out how different events, places and people are related. On Saturday, Sept. 26 hundreds of people gathered at the Marshall High School cafeteria to connect with each other and learn more about agencies in Duluth which are working to build a sustainable Duluth, at the third annual “Connecting the Dots” event.
The event was sponsored by Duluth LISC. Over the past 12 years, Duluth LISC has been working to with residents, businesses owners and community partners to revitalize five core neighborhoods: Central Hillside, East Hillside, Lincoln Park, West Duluth and Morgan Park.
Duluth LISC also sponsored the neighborhood Hero Awards. Each core community club nominated one person.