What the heck is going on in Eden Prairie?
The answer to that question will be provided from 7:45 to 9 a.m. Friday, Feb. 24, during a free presentation for Eden Prairie Community Foundation supporters and other people who live or work in Eden Prairie.
City Manager Rick Getschow and Superintendent of Eden Prairie Schools Curt Tryggestad will outline city and school accomplishments of 2016, and what’s ahead in 2017 and beyond. You’ll hear about the school district’s work on “Designing Pathways” and the latest development projects in Eden Prairie, among other things. The two Eden Prairie leaders will also be available for questions.
This third annual event is called the “State of the City/Schools/Foundation” and it will also feature a few highlights from the Community Foundation’s work.
The free program will be held in the downstairs Heritage Rooms of the Eden Prairie City Center, 8080 Mitchell Road. Refreshments will be available, but please RSVP to Foundation Executive Director Mark Weber at [email protected] or (952) 949-8499 if you plan to attend.
The annual presentation falls under the “leadership” portion of the Foundation’s mission, which is, “Enriching our community through philanthropy, collaboration and leadership.” The goal of the program is to raise the level of awareness about what’s happening in the community.
Our thanks to Flagship Bank for sponsoring this program.