Manchester Main Street is hosting A Volunteer Fair & Historic Preservation & Design Awards event. This annual meeting will be held at the Fire House on Main Street in North Manchester, Wednesday, May 31st from 7-8:30pm. The public and all MMS members past and present are invited to attend and get acquainted with our MMS Board members and discover the many different projects and volunteer opportunities available.
Here’s your chance to learn about Manchester Main Street, who we are and what we do, and get involved locally!
The event will kick off at 7:00pm with a Volunteer Fair and Mixer including desserts, lemonade and coffee, followed by the Historic Preservation & Design Awards and ending with our very special guest speaker, Christine Flohr, Executive Director of Visit Wabash County.
Meet the Chairs of our 6 main Committees & find out how you can be part of the fun:
1) America In Bloom – Susan Manwaring
2) Economic Restructuring – Maribeth Callicoat
3) Historic Preservation & Design – Debbie Chinworth
4) Manchester PATH Group – Tim Brauch
5) North Manchester Garden Club
6) Promotion & Art – Brandi Chauncey & Michele Graham
Additional Events & Committees:
a) Eel River Arts Festival – Michele Graham
b) The Annual Holiday Gala – MMS Board Members & Volunteers
c) Volunteer booth at the Monthly Farmer's Market
Manchester Main Street celebrates its one year anniversary of its 501c3 status and looks forward to continuing its support of historic North Manchester. The overall mission of the MMS is to stimulate downtown revitalization through economic development, citizen participation and historic preservation. Our goal is to work together with our community organizations, business’ and individuals to meet these goals.
The MMS Historic Preservation & Design committee, led by Chair Debbie Chinworth, will present the 2017 Annual Preservation Awards. Each year Manchester Main Street honors owners of historic buildings, both commercial and residential, who have made exemplary restoration or preservation efforts that contribute to the beauty of North Manchester. The awards are intended to celebrate past work and encourage future projects promoting historic preservation.
Visit Wabash County Executive Director, Christine Flohr, our local and tireless champion of small town living and the power of being local, will speak about current events, projects and development in Wabash County.
Please mark your calendars and plan on stopping by, even just to say ‘hello’. If you have any questions, please call the MMS office at (260) 901-6670 and Follow us on Facebook!
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Manchester Main Street seeks to stimulate revitalization of downtown North Manchester through economic development and historic preservation.