SULLIVAN, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — The Sonner F. Faught Center for Citizen Participation is a co-working space that will allow young thinkers and change makers to work on their own personal projects.
The space, as part of the Innovate Sullivan Initiative will include different services such as coding classes and a podcast studio.
Sullivan Mayor Clint Lamb says the city hopes this space will help retain the youth in the area and allow them to become active members of the community.
“There are great people here in the Sullivan community. They want to get connected, they want to be engaged, they want to participate, but they’re not sure how. This is your center,” he said.
The center was dedicated Tuesday and is set to open this fall. It will be available to all who want to use the space.