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reThink Session during reNew Kensington Community Workshop - Photo 3

Participants of the reNew Kensington Community Workshop take part in the collaborative reThink session on Sept. 27 in downtown New Kensington. The session featured interactive activities to identify action steps in relation to sustainability and resilience for the city. The event, led by Penn State New Kensington, was made possible, in part, because of a grant from the West Penn Power Sustainable Energy Fund (WPPSEF).

Tom Guzzo at reNew Kensington Community Workshop

Tom Guzzo, mayor of New Kensington, addresses attendees at the reNew Kensington Community Workshop on Sept. 27. The event, led by Penn State New Kensington, was made possible, in part, because of a grant from the West Penn Power Sustainable Energy Fund (WPPSEF).

reThink Session during reNew Kensington Community Workshop - Photo 2

Participants of the reNew Kensington Community Workshop take part in the collaborative reThink session on Sept. 27 in downtown New Kensington. The session featured interactive activities to identify action steps in relation to sustainability and resilience for the city. The event, led by Penn State New Kensington, was made possible, in part, because of a grant from the West Penn Power Sustainable Energy Fund (WPPSEF).

reThink Session during reNew Kensington Community Workshop - Photo 1

Participants of the reNew Kensington Community Workshop take part in the collaborative reThink session on Sept. 27 in downtown New Kensington. The session featured interactive activities to identify action steps in relation to sustainability and resilience for the city. The event, led by Penn State New Kensington, was made possible, in part, because of a grant from the West Penn Power Sustainable Energy Fund (WPPSEF).

Grant Ervin speaks at reNew Kensington Community Workshop

Grant Ervin, chief resilience officer for the City of Pittsburgh, served as the keynote speaker for the reNew Kensington Community Workshop on Sept. 27 in downtown New Kensington. The event, led by Penn State New Kensington, was made possible, in part, because of a grant from the West Penn Power Sustainable Energy Fund (WPPSEF).

reNew Kensington Building Retuning Workshop

New Kensington business owners, leaders and residents take part in a breakout session during the reNew Kensington Community Workshop on Sept. 27. This sesson, titled "Building Retuning," featured the Pennsylvania Technical Assistance Program (PennTAP), and was held at ModFinish, a business along the Corridor of Innovation in the city. The event, hosted in downtown New Kensington, was organized by Penn State New Kensington thanks to a grant from the West Penn Power Sustainable Energy Fund (WPPSEF).