Cottage Grove, News

912 Project aims to educate, connect community

There is a place for the community to be educated on a variety of subjects in Cottage Grove, and that group is the Cottage Grove 912 Project, said Pam Duffy, who founded the group in 2009. It’s a way to get information out there, to get the community involved and to become aware of what is happening on a local, county and state level.
Originally from Seattle, Duffy spent 35 years in the federal government. She retired in 2003 and shortly thereafter moved to Cottage Grove, where she has resided ever since.
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