Economic development likely will be a central topic of the fifth State of Our City address by founding Centennial Mayor Randy Pye. The annual …
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Economic development likely will be a central topic of the fifth
State of Our City address by founding Centennial Mayor Randy
The annual luncheon is set for April 22 at the Embassy Suites
Hotel, 10250 E. Costilla Ave. and is sponsored by the Rotary Club
Tickets are $30. Sponsor tables also are available. In past
years, the event has sold out.
The speech will be the final State of Our City address for the
term-limited Pye, who leaves office at the end of the year.
In his address, Pye is expected to report on the milestones the
city has reached during the past year, in addition to his vision
for the city’s future.
“This is a great service provided by the Centennial Rotary Club,
and I appreciate the civic forum it affords,” Pye said. “In the
past year, Centennial has completed many very important projects
and has made some great strides in economic development. I look
forward to presenting the city’s 2008 accomplishments and offering
my thoughts on the work ahead.”
Pye will be introduced by Hank Henschen, president of the Rotary
Club of Centennial, a chapter of Rotary International.
“We are pleased to sponsor this annual event as it brings
together businesses, organizations, and citizens interested in the
progress of our community,” Henschen said. “Each year, attendance
at the event has exceeded our expectations. We expect a full house
again this year.”
Seating is limited and reservations are strongly encouraged.
Tickets are available through Black Tie of Colorado, a ticketing
service for nonprofit organizations, at blacktie-colorado.com. Use event
Proceeds will benefit the Centennial Rotary Club Foundation,
which assists local charities and community service
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