GREENVILLE — Why is Broadway the place to be on First Fridays in Greenville? At their annual membership party on Monday, Aug. 15 League of Women Voters members and guests will hear Amber Garrett describe the myriad activities and entertainment happening on Broadway.

Those innovative happenings are a part of the new vitality people are seeing in the downtown and Garrett, director of Main Street Greenville, has been instrumental in that new energy. The event will be in the home of Shirla Neff, 291 Hickory Drive, Greenville.

The League of Women Voters is a non-partisan political organization which encourages the informed and active participation of citizens in government policy issues. They study issues to inform themselves and the public. In mid-October, they will hold a Candidates Night so their fellow citizens can meet those who are running for election in November.

Monday’s party is a chance for interested persons to meet the members and find out more about the League as well as learn about how citizens can fit into to the programs of Main Street Greenville..

Anyone interested in the League’s role in community education is welcome to attend the party. For more information, call 937-548-5378.

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Garrett to speak to League of Women Voters

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