Imagine a small town in western Nebraska where everyone knows your name. Main Street is the place to be… unless there’s a football game at the high school. The hardware store is locally owned and so is the coffee shop down the street. You can walk there and wave to your neighbors on the way. The sad part of the story is that this way of life may soon be nothing but a memory. Young people are leaving western Nebraska and most will not return. Now imagine a place where people of all ages are working together to shape the future of their community. Imagine a Panhandle P-16 Project.