Neighborhood Summit

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Get in the Game!

Tuesday, October 24, 5:30 p.m.
The Great Hall & Conference Center
1900 South Germantown Road
Flyer available here.

English Meadows

How do I...
Have you wondered, “how do I get involved in Germantown?” Here is your chance to find out. Organizations from Kiwanis Club of Germantown, Rotary Club of Germantown, Germantown Women’s Club, Germantown Lion’s Club and commissions such as the Beautification, Environmental and others will be on hand to give a Twitter-style explanation of their activities. It’s time for you to get in the game!

The Summit begins with a reception with samplings from local restaurants and the delightful sounds of the Houston High School's Fifth Measure and Dolce Bella choirs. Browse booths from neighborhood associations, City commissions and other civic organizations of interest. Following the reception, Mayor Mike Palazzolo will address the group and give an update on the state of the City.

Afterward, attendees will hear from representatives from area civic organizations and community
volunteer groups on how to get in the game. The evening will conclude with an awards ceremony honoring neighborhood leaders and associations for their accomplishments. Door prizes will also be distributed.

Residents are encouraged to make nominations for the awards. The forms are available here:
Neighborhood Association of the Year
Neighborhood Leader of the Year
Neighbor of the Year
Vendor/Commission/Non-Profit booth form

Tastes of Germantown
Area restaurants and a local distributor will be offering samplings of some of their crowd favorites.

• Papa Murphy’s Take ‘N’ Bake Pizza
Huey’s Germantown
vomFOSS
• Mellow Mushroom
• A.S. Barboro

The Germantown Neighborhood Summit is for all Germantown residents. Both neighborhood leaders and 
those who just want to learn more about their city or neighborhood are encouraged to attend.

The free event is sponsored by Leadership Germantown Alumni Association and presented by the
Germantown Neighborhood Preservation Commission and is supported by generous local sponsors.