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The Macedonia neighborhood in High Point was a long-time example of urban blight, filled with crumbling houses and garbage-strewn lots. Then High Point, eager for a change in one of its worst areas, the Center for the Study of Social Issues at UNC-Greensboro, wanting students to explore making a difference in the real world, and the Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church, seeking to extend its mission to its own community, came together to rescue and rejuvenate the neighborhood. Caldwell discusses the process of and results from this collaboration.