Harmonium Project members share passion for community

Nearly a dozen members of the Harmonium Project shared the reasons they’re so passionate about the Steubenville community during a meet-and-greet Thursday at Froehlich’s. About 40 people were on hand for the session, which offered a chance for the general public to ask questions, share ideas and gain insights. The Harmonium Project wants to “give people a vision of what it would be like to have hope and thrive,” board member Marc Barnes said, adding, “that’s what inspired it, but what really made it into something was finding other people who saw something in Steubenville they wanted to be part of.” Barnes said the Harmonium Project “is just a way of saying thank you.”

— Linda Harris