Kiwanis Club of Cleveland’s weekly lunch held
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DOUG CAYWOOD of MainStreet Cleveland recently spoke at the Kiwanis Club of Cleveland’s weekly lunch held at the Mountain View Inn. He provided a slideshow with examples of how downtown Cleveland has grown since the organization’s creation in 1994. MainStreet’s affect can be seen in downtown’s physical attributes as well as its programs. These include the Farmer’s Market, the Relay for Life Block Party, the Cruise-in, the Halloween Block Party and the Apple Festival. Caywood also explained the work that has been completed under the organization’s 10-year master plan. He took time to speak with Kiwanians who had a question after his presentation. Banner photo, DELANEY WALKER
DOUG CAYWOOD of MainStreet Cleveland recently spoke at the Kiwanis Club of Cleveland’s weekly lunch held at the Mountain View Inn. He provided a slideshow with examples of how downtown Cleveland has grown since the organization’s creation in 1994. MainStreet’s affect can be seen in downtown’s physical attributes as well as its programs. These include the Farmer’s Market, the Relay for Life Block Party, the Cruise-in, the Halloween Block Party and the Apple Festival. Caywood also explained the work that has been completed under the organization’s 10-year master plan. He took time to speak with Kiwanians who had a question after his presentation. Banner photo, DELANEY WALKER
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