7 panelists, a mix of Baby Boomers and Millennials, covered a variety of topics that ranged from what it’s like living in the city, the arts and education and what we love about and hope to see from our fair Lancaster. We started local and then worked our way towards larger, global issues and stereotypes of Boomers and Millennials alike. At moments, we had passionate discussion, come together and discovering the differences and similarities between the two generations.
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Last month, we got the conversation started in a Lancaster Newspapers article by Jeff Hawkes, interviewing Boomers and Millennials about living in Lancaster. Read the article, here.
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