A community does not rely on just a handful of people to succeed and thrive.
Rather, it takes many, many talented individuals to help make sure a community thrives today and in the future.
That was the focus of this year’s theme for the Woodbine Main Street Annual Meeting & Community Update held this past Friday, March 22, at the Shadow Valley Golf Course.
Good Fellows catered the meal again this year. The Dessert Auction followed where 20 items were up for bid from a New York cheesecake with tropical fruit to tuxedo brownies.
The raspberry brownies platter, donated by Kylie Lorenzen, Carol Rodewald and Kelli Gray, went for a whopping $525. This was the highest bid on item of the evening.
Chuck Warner, on the Main Street Board of Directors, gave the opening remarks for the Meeting.
“Looking back on 2018 reminds us of some important projects that have been accomplished by the City of Woodbine,” Warner said.
Read the full story in the March 27 issue of The Twiner-Herald!