The Wellington Kiwanis Club will sponsor a State of Wellington breakfast featuring village and school leaders at 8 a.m. on Thursday, March 14 at the Wellington Eagles, 631 St. Main St.
Keynote speakers will be mayor Hans Schneider, village manager Steve Dupee, Wellington Schools superintendent Ed Weber, and treasurer Tina Gabler.
Schneider and Dupee will focus on the November 2018 passage of an income tax increase and planned 2019 infrastructure improvements, relocation of the police station, and development of Union School Park.
Weber will review the school district’s strategic plan while Gable will provide a financial update.
Tickets are $10. They can be purchased at the mayor’s office on the third floor of town hall; Bremke Insurance, 104 South Main St.; Fifth Third Bank, 161 East Herrick Ave.; Main Street Wellington, 118 West Herrick Ave.; and the LCCC Wellington Center, 151 Commerce Dr.
Tickets must be purchased by Friday, March 8. The buffet breakfast will be served by the Fraternal Order of Eagles.
“We’re proud to partner with the Wellington Eagles and present the second annual State of Wellington breakfast,” said
Wellington Kiwanis president Terry Mazzone. “We drew about 130 people last year and it proved to be an excellent opportunity for mayor Schneider and superintendent Weber to meet with community business leaders and residents and discuss the successes and challenges facing our village and schools.”