Personally, Estill Development Alliiance has given me the knowledge and drive to be a better me. Through EDA's MANY operating divisions every person in Estill County can find their niche in the community. Estill Development Alliance has helped several up and coming organizations go from barely running to something meaningful and exciting! Without this nonprofit our community would not be heading in the positive direction we are going in!
In the spring of 2013, River City Players and the Mack Theater became one of EDA's Core Projects. Management has overseen and advised RCP Board of Directors as we fulfill our mission to encourage cultural awareness in our community; as well as move us toward a positive outcome in our efforts to purchase the Mack Theater.
Susan Hawkins, Chairman
River City Players
I hadn't been to Estll County in YEARS; so I contacted Estill Development Alliance. I received their information within eight days, and I still have it, even to this day. I STILL APPRECIATE Estill Development Alliance, and I STLL "Like" them on Facebook! May God bless Estill Development Alliance!
Estill County 21st Century or Estill Development Alliance, as we know it in Kentucky is a great organization committed to growing the economy of Estill County. The organization is involved in a number of projects in the community like the River City Players that are trying to re-start the old Mack Theater, tons of community projects, and works strategically with other organizations to lift the community. A lot of other communities would like to have an EDA, but find that they can not do it with a volunteer board. The Director of EDA, Joe Crawford, is extremely committed to Estill County and to making it an even better place to live, work, and grow. What makes EDA a different non-profit than others? Well, the mission of course but it is the people who work for EDA, the community that supports it, and the organizations that are affiliated with EDA that make EDA a special non-profit. There are number of ways people can support EDA, and you don't have to live in the County. If you grew up there, and want to help, just call the EDA Office and ask for Joe.