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College Park Main Street held a luncheon last week to thank their members and sponsors for being a part of Main Street. The luncheon was held in the Historic Dubsdread Ballroom.
Jeffrey Kurtz, executive director, discussed the future of College Park and introduced some of the committees that are a part of CP Main Street.
Some of the things they hope to accomplish include murals around College Park and a redesign of Albert Park.
Commissioner Robert Stuart shared some words about how grateful he is for all of the hard work being done by the committees and people who are a part of Main Street. “Ya’ll make us look good,” he said.
Melissa Hart, past president and now on the promotions committee, talked about what the committee is planning this year for events like Dancing on the Drive, JazzFest, and Holiday on the Drive. “College Park Main Street does not run without the support of you all,” she said.
College Park Main Street has been running for ten years and has raised thousands of dollars for the community and local nonprofits.