Cleveland Civitan Club
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Cleveland Civitan Club heard the “State of the City” address by Cleveland City Mayor Tom Rowland during its recent meeting.  He recapped 2012  with both the many accomplishments for our community as well as some projects that are still in the making.  He was specifically proud of the new airport and explained the significance of having an airport that can support larger planes to service our many industries as well as having conference rooms available for business and community meetings. Mayor Rowland and his wife Sandra have always beengreat supporters and volunteers at Bradley/Polk Special Olympics which this year is scheduled for Saturday, April 27, at Cleveland High School and sponsored by Civitan. Also, Civitan International extended an award to Cleveland member, Jim Graham, for his sponsorship of five new members to the Cleveland Civitan Club.From left are Civitan Rita Haynie, Mayor Rowland, Civitans Veronica Fox and Marshall Roberson.
Cleveland Civitan Club heard the “State of the City” address by Cleveland City Mayor Tom Rowland during its recent meeting. He recapped 2012 with both the many accomplishments for our community as well as some projects that are still in the making. He was specifically proud of the new airport and explained the significance of having an airport that can support larger planes to service our many industries as well as having conference rooms available for business and community meetings. Mayor Rowland and his wife Sandra have always beengreat supporters and volunteers at Bradley/Polk Special Olympics which this year is scheduled for Saturday, April 27, at Cleveland High School and sponsored by Civitan. Also, Civitan International extended an award to Cleveland member, Jim Graham, for his sponsorship of five new members to the Cleveland Civitan Club.From left are Civitan Rita Haynie, Mayor Rowland, Civitans Veronica Fox and Marshall Roberson.
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Cleveland Civitan Club heard the “State of the City” address by Cleveland City Mayor Tom Rowland during its recent meeting. He recapped 2012 with both the many accomplishments for our community as well as some projects that are still in the making. He was specifically proud of the new airport and explained the significance of having an airport that can support larger planes to service our many industries as well as having conference rooms available for business and community meetings. Mayor Rowland and his wife Sandra have always beengreat supporters and volunteers at Bradley/Polk Special Olympics which this year is scheduled for Saturday, April 27, at Cleveland High School and sponsored by Civitan. Also, Civitan International extended an award to Cleveland member, Jim Graham, for his sponsorship of five new members to the Cleveland Civitan Club.

From left are Civitan Rita Haynie, Mayor Rowland, Civitans Veronica Fox and Marshall Roberson.