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Greencastle Civic League holds annual meeting

Saturday, August 6, 2011

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The Greencastle Civic League held its annual meeting recently at Windy Hill Country Club. Those in attendance included, (front, from left) co-founder Kathryn Jones, Holly Wood, (middle) Marilyn Mourouzis, Jill Bridgewater, vice president Cara Setchell, Joanne Haymaker, Jeane Pope, Jamey Landry, Laura Brentlinger, Tonya Welker, Tanis Monday, Amy France, Kim Vickrey, Laurie Hardwick, (back) Margo Hertenstein, Jinsie Bingham, Deb Zellers, secretary Jamie Downen, president Emily Knuth, Jana Boggess and treasurer Brittany Labhart.
The Greencastle Civic League Inc. held its annual corporation meeting recently at Windy Hill Country Club and celebrated the organization's accomplishments of the past year.

Highlighted accomplishments include being recognized as Green Organization of the Year by the Greencastle Sustainability Commission, selling a record number of flowers through the annual flower sale, expanding Clean City Week, offering extended Parkfest entertainment and sponsoring their first Youth Tennis Tournament.

Additionally, the Civic League is pleased to take on a signature project this year, which will involve raising funds to develop a splash park at Robe-Ann Park.

The Civic League also recognized its appreciation and gratitude to Cathryn Ensley for her two years of service as president of the organization and honored the 2010-2011 officers and committee chairs.

The Greencastle Civic League will be accepting nominations for new members at the October meeting. If you are interested in joining Civic League, please contact Emily Knuth at 653-4410 or eknuth@further.com.



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