TODAY IS THE LAST IN A THREE-PART SERIES: Students can't succeed unless
their basic needs are met, so Ogden United Promise Neighborhood is out
to fix the community.SUNDAY A budding community transformation program may result in a $35 million shot in the arm if Ogden proponents can complete the deal for big federal funding.MONDAY Improving education is the core of the Ogden United Promise Neighborhood project.OGDEN -- When 10-year-old Angel was asked to draw a picture of likable things about the neighborhood, the youth instead wrote on two sides of the paper, separating likes and dislikes."I like to play with my friends in the neighborhood because there are some nice people," Angel wrote. "I like my neighborhood because there are some nice people."On the other side, Angel wrote: "One thing I don't like about my neighborhood is that there are people that hurt or harm you."Angel's insights were collected as part of an information-gathering process being orchestrated by Ogden United Promise Neighborhood. The group is studying a 5-mile area, from 9th Street to 44th Street and from Harrison Boulevard to 1900 West, with plans to solve problems there.