Rotary welcomes MSW, students


By Wilmington Rotary



Ruth Brindle, Director of Main Street Wilmington, and Dan Evers, President of the Wilmington Rotary Club.

Ruth Brindle, Director of Main Street Wilmington, and Dan Evers, President of the Wilmington Rotary Club.


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The Wilmington Rotary Club which meets at noon at Damon’s Restaurant named its Students of the Month. Shown with Rotary President Dan Evers are: Gunner Broglan of Clinton-Massie High School, who plans to attend Capital University to study Music Performance; Alexandria Turner of East Clinton High School, who will attend Capital University; Emily Barry of East Clinton High School, who plans to attend Wright State University to study Nursing; Alaina Walker of Wilmington High School, who plans to attend Winthrop in North Carolina to study Graphic Design; and Ally Kees of Wilmington High School, who plans to study Speech and Hearing Sciences.


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WILMINGTON — Ruth Brindle, Director of Main Street Wilmington, spoke to the Wilmington Rotary Club which meets at noon at Damon’s Restaurant.

She highlighted 2019 events and gave everyone a poster promoting these events. Brindle stated that from Wine Walk to Parties at the Mural, and Art and Soul Fest to HoliDazzle are some of the activities downtown.

Brindle also noted Sugartree Street is a happening place, and that that the new location of the Tin Cap Cidery is opening soon.

Also, Brindle announced that a public information kiosk is planned for the downtown area.

Brindle stated the goal of Main Street is to have a vibrant downtown, and drawing people to downtown equals business.

Main Street Wilmington has a need for volunteers and sponsors for the events and activities. Sponsorships range from $150 to $2,000.

Ruth Brindle, Director of Main Street Wilmington, and Dan Evers, President of the Wilmington Rotary Club.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/03/web1_IMG_0080.jpgRuth Brindle, Director of Main Street Wilmington, and Dan Evers, President of the Wilmington Rotary Club. Courtesy photos

The Wilmington Rotary Club which meets at noon at Damon’s Restaurant named its Students of the Month. Shown with Rotary President Dan Evers are: Gunner Broglan of Clinton-Massie High School, who plans to attend Capital University to study Music Performance; Alexandria Turner of East Clinton High School, who will attend Capital University; Emily Barry of East Clinton High School, who plans to attend Wright State University to study Nursing; Alaina Walker of Wilmington High School, who plans to attend Winthrop in North Carolina to study Graphic Design; and Ally Kees of Wilmington High School, who plans to study Speech and Hearing Sciences.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/03/web1_IMG_0077.jpgThe Wilmington Rotary Club which meets at noon at Damon’s Restaurant named its Students of the Month. Shown with Rotary President Dan Evers are: Gunner Broglan of Clinton-Massie High School, who plans to attend Capital University to study Music Performance; Alexandria Turner of East Clinton High School, who will attend Capital University; Emily Barry of East Clinton High School, who plans to attend Wright State University to study Nursing; Alaina Walker of Wilmington High School, who plans to attend Winthrop in North Carolina to study Graphic Design; and Ally Kees of Wilmington High School, who plans to study Speech and Hearing Sciences. Courtesy photos

By Wilmington Rotary