One project leads to another. These needs are so fundamental, it's difficult to ignore some while only one is being addressed. Development of the community center has to be fundamental both to the organization of the community and the process of learning to work together. The stages of its development, the years of its making, have produced the experience, confidence, and trust needed to address other needs. Just like the first phase of the community center, each project has great potential for expansion, thus the need to continuously revise priorities. Perhaps more important than the "completion" of any one project is the ongoing process, the ex-change we experience in working together, the understanding that comes from progress, the hope that comes from "success."