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KATE DAVIDOFF IS SUMMER INTERN

Has Background in Design and Environmental Studies

June 22, 2005

[LIBERTY] – Sullivan Renaissance 2005 has named Kate Davidoff of Rock Hill as Assistant Program Coordinator for the summer. 

Davidoff’s responsibilities as summer intern will include visits to project sites, helping to coordinate the awards ceremony and other events, and assisting the staff and steering committee.  She will prepare a detailed presentation outlining the goals and successes of the Sullivan Renaissance program for a September conference in Canada.  As the project completion deadline nears, her experience in community development will add to the resources offered by Sullivan Renaissance.

Davidoff graduated from Cornell University with a degree in design and environmental analysis in May.  This summer internship will prepare her for entrance into the Masters of Urban Planning program at the University of Michigan in the fall of 2005.  The daughter of Michael and Kathy Davidoff, Kate was born and raised in Rock Hill

Sullivan Renaissance is a two-phase aesthetic improvement program of the Beaverkill Foundation with support from the Gerry Foundation.  Through seed grants, participating Sullivan County groups are encouraged to beautify by removing eyesores, improving signage, restoring business facades, planting gardens, creating parks and landscaping their communities. 

A record number of 42 projects, as well as eight school projects and 13 seasonal community grants, are involved in Sullivan Renaissance this year.  Community groups will complete their projects by August 8 and be judged on August 13.  Phase II grants will be awarded at a ceremony on August 15.

Sullivan Renaissance has funded 125 projects in Sullivan County over the previous four years.  For more information, contact Sullivan Renaissance at 845-295-2445 or visit the website at www.sullivanrenaissance.org