CBAP Update: Passing the Torch

CBAP Projects Update

Inside Rushville’s City Center, a group of CBAP (Community Based Action Planning) volunteers gathered in mid-February to share fajitas, successes, and tips for how to keep their momentum going. “This meeting is more of a torch passing than a graduation. We’re always so impressed with the progress Rush County makes. We don’t call you CRush  … Read more

CBAP Update

Community Based Action Planning Projects Update

Efforts by the Community Based Action Planning (CBAP) committees continue to address some of the most pressing and requested needs of Rush County residents. New partnerships and friendships are forming. Ideas are springing to life. These volunteers are getting things done! Read more updates.   Projects Update: Mental Health: All 7th and 8th grade students  … Read more

CBAP Projects Update: Progress!

Community Based Action Planning Projects Update

A home on the worldwide web for everything to love about Rush County, completed downtown beautification projects and wonderful parks programming. These are just of few of the positive changes enacted and inspired by the Community Based Action Planning (CBAP) process. And we’re not finished yet.   Projects Update: Tourism: This group has contracted with  … Read more

CBAP Update: Greetings from Crushville!

CBAP Update: Welcome to Crushville

  The CBAP process keeps drawing in new people and fresh ideas. It’s so inspiring to watch and so is the progress! There are some MAJOR updates from the most recent “all projects” meeting that we’re excited to share. In fact, our facilitator, Michael Fortunato, is so impressed with the progress and dedication he’s seeing  … Read more

CBAP Projects Update: Progress and Collaboration

Community Based Action Planning Projects Update

It was International Women’s Day, and Community Based Action Planning’s (CBAP) female participants outnumbered the males 3 to 1 in the latest “all projects” meeting. But what’s more important is that 28 people showed up and are working together to lead and make positive change in Rush County. There were some of the familiar faces  … Read more

Community Based Action Planning: ANYBODY Can Do It, Including You!

by Lisa Benjamin, Marketing & Communications Officer   As the Marketing & Communications Officer at RCCF, it is my job to be involved in the Community Based Action Planning (CBAP) process. I need to know what’s happening to be able to share the progress with you.   But equally important is my role as a  … Read more

CBAP Projects Update: What Sparks Your Interest?

Community Based Action Planning Projects Update

The second Community Based Action Planning (CBAP) session took place on January 26 at Rushville’s City Center. We appreciate everyone who shared their time and talent! Several people who attended the fall session returned and new folks joined, too.   This is EXACTLY what CBAP is all about. Showing up to do the work that’s  … Read more

Give the Gift of Positive Change This Valentine’s Day

Roses are red. Violets are blue. Who needs another “thing” when a thoughtful gesture will do?!   This year RCCF is offering you the chance to give your Valentines something different – the gift of positive change! For a donation of $10 or more to the Rush to Action Fund, we’ll send them a personalized  … Read more

CBAP Update: Report and Rush to Action Fund

Community Based Action Planning

“Be the change you want to see in the world,” is a quote most of us are familiar with. It’s wise advice to anyone looking to make their community better. That’s exactly what happened during the Community Based Action Planning (CBAP) sessions in early October.   A group of folks from teens to seniors (referred  … Read more

CBAP: Prepare to Launch in 3… 2… 1

Thank you to everyone who answered our question, “What can we do together to make a positive change for Rush County?”! Your input was inspiring and thought-provoking. (Read a summary of answers.) Your commitment to our community is what makes it even better.   So, what’s next? Now it’s time to look at all the  … Read more