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Posted on: April 1, 2016

[ARCHIVED] Community Foundation to hold Annual Meeting April 12, 2016

The Sterling Heights Community Foundation is holding its 2016 Annual Meeting on Tuesday, April 12, beginning at 10:00 a.m., at the Sterling Heights City Hall, Council Chambers

The Sterling Heights Community Foundation is holding its 2016 Annual Meeting on Tuesday, April 12, beginning at 10:00 a.m., at the Sterling Heights City Hall, Council Chamber.
The Foundation is celebrating its 25th year of serving the community with grants to the Macomb Science Olympiad, City of Sterling Heights annual Sterlingfest event, Music in the Park, 5K Run, Farmer’s Market and formally announcing the establishment of new endowments.
The Community at large is invited to join Sterling Heights Mayor Michael C. Taylor, Council Members, City Manager Mark Vanderpool and other guests at this Annual Meeting.
During this one hour meeting, the Foundation leaders will highlight key accomplishments, review financial status and share growth plans. Grant awardees will share their use of Foundation grants. Endowment partners present will discuss plans for their earnings. Departing directors will be recognized for their contributions as will local business leaders in attendance.
Please call the Sterling Heights Community Relations Department at 586 446-2489 if you plan to attend.
“The Sterling Heights Community Foundation experienced its most successful year yet fulfilling its mission to enhance the cultural, educational and recreational opportunities for Sterling Heights residents, building its brand throughout the area, and growing its asset base to its largest value since its inception in 1991,” said Karl G. Oskoian, the Foundation’s Executive Director. “ We are excited about our progress and remain focused on continued growth and service to the Community.”

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