April 23rd, 2014 | No Comments
Manchester Main Street (MMS) will hold its Annual Meeting on May 5, at 7pm at the Main View. This is an open forum for the Board, Committees and Members to discuss 2013 accomplishments and 2014 goals. Community members interested in learning more about MMS and ways to become involved are encouraged to attend and voice town improvement suggestions. “Manchester Main Street was founded in 1989 by community members interested in preserving, celebrating and revitalizing all North Manchester has to offer,” said Renata Robinson, MMS’ Executive Director.
There have been many positive changes around town over the last couple of years, most noticeably the Town of North Manchester’s downtown historic streetscape construction and facade renovation programs. MMS’ contributing projects include the Riverfront Park and Community Trail Network installations; engraved pavers, storefront artwork, “Welcome” banners, hanging flower baskets, and sidewalk planters throughout downtown; and the Eel River Arts Festival and “Light Up The Town” Holiday Gala annual cultural events. “Town Council’s investment in town improvements has created a domino effect,” said Robinson. “There is an optimistic outlook and momentum to build upon. Manchester Main Street is looking forward to its continued work and collaborative partnership with the Town.”
To support MMS’ town improvement efforts by becoming a member download a 2014 Business or Individual Membership form. For more information, visit our website and Facebook page. MMS’ office is located in the Chamber building (109 N. Market Street). Renata Robinson, MMS Executive Director, can be contacted at 260-901-6045 or firstname.lastname@example.org.