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Drive For Progress: New Memphis Institute pushing to improve city's future
By Andy Meek; Photos by Andrew J. Breig
New Memphis accepting Community Action Plan opportunities through August 4
Community Action Projects (CAPs) have been central to the Fellows curriculum since its inception. Over the past decade, teams of ...
New Memphis Institute launches program to retain young knowledge workers
By Jane A. Donahoe, Special to The Commercial Appeal
Help New Memphis Win $5,000
First Tennessee Bank is celebrating 150 years of service by donating $5,000 to a different non-profit every day for 150 days.
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