Manheimer to deliver “State of the City” address at Feb. 13 Rotary Club meeting

Press release from the Rotary Club of Asheville:

On Thursday, Feb. 13, the Rotary Club of Asheville will welcome Esther E. Manheimer, Mayor of the City of Asheville, to present the annual State of the City. Mayor Esther Manheimer was elected to the Asheville City Council in 2009 and was elected Mayor in 2013 and again in 2017.

Our club looks forward to this presentation each year. We appreciate that Mayor Manheimer makes time to educate our club on important topics and issues and welcomes back dialogue with fellow community leaders on important city projects and current news.” said Rotary Club of Asheville President Janet Whitworth.

In addition to having the Mayor of Asheville come speak to our club on Feb. 13, we are also having a Membership Drive. If you have always been interested in Rotary, now is your time to visit, hear a phenomenal update from a city leader, get to know some of our members and decide for yourself if Rotary could be right for you!

The Rotary Club of Asheville invites you to join us on Feb. 13. Doors open at noon, with a lunch served at 12:30 p.m. Our location has changed and is now Tuton Hall inside Trinity Episcopal Church at 60 Church Street, Asheville NC 28801.

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