INMAN - The Inman Community Foundation in partnership with Inman Economic Development Inc. is asking Inman residents to explain what it would take for them to remain a resident of Inman.

Community Conversations, a public input and idea forum sponsored by the Inman Community Foundation and Inman Economic Development Inc., will be held at 4:30 p.m. and again at 7 p.m. on Feb. 1 at Inman Elementary School. The event is designed to provide an opportunity for residents to give their input and insight on what makes Inman a great community and what it will take to keep Inman vibrant for decades to come.

Childcare will be provided for both sessions and reservations are not required to attend. Anyone who lives or works in Inman is encouraged to participate. If you are unable to attend, a digital input form will be available online at http://inmancommunityfoundation.com.

Results and input provided during the Community Conversations will be used to help guide future project prioritization, planning and funding for both the community foundation and economic development office.

For questions or more information, please contact Katie Sawyer, Inman Community Foundation President, at 620-755-7772 or via email at Katie.sawyer@sawyerlandandcattle.com.

The Inman Community Foundation is an affiliate of the McPherson County Community Foundation. The mission of the Inman Community Foundation is to enhance and support the Inman community and its residents.

Inman Community Development, Inc. is a non-profit organization with the goal of helping the community of Inman grow by providing support to existing businesses, recruiting new industries, and working on housing challenges.