The Rotary Club of Taylor will host the 2023 State of the City Charity Luncheon on Thursday, February 16, in the Lakes of Taylor Golf Course Banquet Room (25505 Northline Road). A sellout crowd is expected and seating is limited.
VIP tables of eight are $450, and include promotional signage. Individual tickets are $60 each. Make checks payable to “Taylor Rotary.” Doors open at 10:30 a.m. with the program starting at 11. Lunch will be served after the program.
Mayor Tim Woolley will be the featured speaker. The mayor is serving the second year of a four-year term. Leading up to the mayor’s presentation, short speeches will be given by Parks & Recreation Director Guido Ulin; Planning Director Lora Fell; and Police Chief John Blair.
The Rotary Club of Taylor has provided help and support to local and international communities for over 76 years. Rotarians are business and community volunteers who treasure fellowship and believe in serving others people before serving themselves. Proceeds from the luncheon are distributed annually to charities in the City of Taylor.
For more information or to reserve tickets or tables, contact Michelle Chinavare (email@example.com) or Kimber Dorton (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call (888) 640-5454.