Thursday, February 2, 2012

Grandview Centennial: Commemorative Special Section

The City of Grandview turns 100 years old on February 6, 2012! Inside the Feb. 2 issue of the Advocate, you’ll find a four-page special section: “Grandview’s Grand History - A View of the Past 100 Years.” Dive back into 1912 and discover the pioneers who helped start Grandview, and how the city became the thriving suburb it is today. This special keepsake is loaded with historic photographs, and is something you’ll want to keep for years!
And don’t forget the two events this weekend that will kick off a year-long celebration:

centennial dinner -
sat., february 4th
The city will hold it’s Centennial Dinner on Saturday, February 4th at The View Community Center. The event will include a reception at 6:30pm, with dinner and a program, including a slide show of the city’s history, starting at 7pm. Tickets are $20 per person. A few tickets are still available. Call Ana Nixon at (816) 316-4812 to reserve your tickets today!

the view open house -
february 4th & 5th
The View will be hosting on Open House for Grandview residents on Sat, February 4th from 8am-8pm and Sun, February 5th from 10am-8pm to celebrate the anniversary of its opening, as well as the city’s centennial.  Residents can use The View’s gym, fitness equipment, and indoor swimming pool for free. All guests will receive special promotional items. Door prizes will also be given throughout the two days. Residents are asked to bring proof of residency, such as an ID or utility bill with your name and Grandview address.

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