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CORNELIUS CELEBRATES BLACK HISTORY MONTH
In partnership with the Smithville CommUNITY Coalition, the Town of Cornelius PARC Department will host its annual
Black History Month Celebration this
Saturday, February 1,
1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Cornelius Town Hall

The entire family is invited to this free event.
We'll celebrate with performances,
activities for the kids, refreshments, and more.

This year's featured speaker is Tracy Alston, a Wake Forest University student athlete and honor graduate, now a mental fitness consultant and motivational speaker.

We look forward to seeing you there!
Kevin Harris
Throughout the month of February, the town hall will also feature a special art exhibit by African-American portrait, figurative, and abstract painter, Kevin Harris .

Kevin currently has paintings consigned to multiple galleries in Charlotte and has displayed his work at numerous events throughout the east coast, including Atlanta, Baltimore, and Washington.

You're invited to stop by Town Hall during normal business hours* throughout the month of February to enjoy the exhibit.

*Town Hall is open Monday - Friday from 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
LAST CALL FOR LEAVES!
Our Public Works crews are making their final round
of leaf removal through January 31.
Be sure to place your leaf piles at the curb, with no limbs or trash, for final collection.

Republic Services, our waste collection vendor, will continue to collect up to 20 bags of leaves weekly on your normal waste collection day. 
CONNECTING CORNELIUS: FEBRUARY COFFEE CHAT
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You're an engaged citizen.
You care about your town.
You want to to stay in the know.

And we want to connect with you.

Join us for our next Connecting Cornelius ,
a series of monthly coffee chats designed for citizens just like you.

Monday, February 3 @ 8:30 a.m.

Harvey's Cornelius
19906 N Cove Road #A

At our February session, you'll hear from our new Planning Director, Aaron Tucker,
on what development projects are on the horizon for Cornelius -- from new restaurants and housing developments, to the Town's preliminary plans for an arts district.

While our presentations are designed to be engaging,
the highlight of the event is hearing from you.

We invite you to bring your questions and concerns to the table,
and rest assured that you'll be heard.

It's your town, and we want you to stay informed and be engaged.

So join us, and stay connected with Cornelius. See you there! 
VOTE FOR THE ANTIQUITY GREENWAY!
Antiquity Greenway Boardwalk
Our newly completed
Antiquity Greenway is in the running for the NC Department of Transportation's coveted
"Mobi MVP Award"
... and we need your help to win!

Simply search for
'Antiquity Greenway' and then click the 'thumbs up' in the top left corner.
You can vote up to three times a day through Friday, February 21.

Every vote counts, so share the link with your family and friends,
and encourage them to vote every day for our Antiquity Greenway!
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