Each year, amongst the many projects, events, new business openings, and successes we experience, we like to take a step back and reflect on our work, not only as an organization, but as a business district and neighborhood. As we conclude our 12th year of operation as a certified Main Street organization and third year as a stand-alone non-profit organization, we must recognize the stark transformations that not only have occurred in our business district, but have also taken place in our office. We’re very excited to share with you the celebration of our past and the cultivation of our future, as we celebrate EVOLVE: The 12th Annual Charleston East End Main Street Annual Meeting & Report to the Community.
What are some of the ways the East End and EEMS have evolved since 2002? Organizationally? Physically? Philisophically? We will reflect on our past and unveil the grand plan for the state of the district on Wednesday, September 3, 2014 at 5:30 PM at the Clay Center Walker Theater. At the conclusion of the Annual Meeting, please join us for a reception sponsored by Bruno’s at 222 Leon Sullivan Way with drinks, hors d’oeuvres, and networking with other professionals, civic leaders, business and property owners, and residents of the East End and Charleston at-large. We’re extending this invitation to the public as a continued “Thank You” for supporting our organization and mission of building a stronger, more vibrant commercial district in Charleston’s East End – Your Place to Be.
Please take just a few seconds to register for the Annual Meeting below. Registration is FREE and we encourage you to bring a guest.
Missed the Annual Meeting but still want to get a comprehensive look at our accomplishments throughout the past year? No worries! Check out the FY 2014 EEMS Annual Report by clicking the image below.
THE 2014 EAST END MAIN STREET
ANNUAL MEETING AND REPORT TO THE COMMUNITY
Wednesday, September 3, 2014
Clay Center Walker Theater
5:30 PM – Annual Report & Presentation
6:45 PM – Open reception sponsored by Bruno’s – 222 Leon Sullivan Way (across Lee Street from the Clay Center)